This tiny eatery is situated on the main road of Salunkhe Vihar and has a basic outdoor seating with straw cabanas. There are Kashmiri carpets and mats hung on them as well. You can visit the place with your friends or family and enjoy the delicacies which are absolutely delicious.
Start your meal with Kashmiri pink chai or 'noon chai' aka salt tea. You can also choose between kahwa or doodh kahwa which are laden with rich saffron and herb flavours. We tried their kahwa, which cost us only INR 40.
Kashmiri cuisine is known for its usage of saffron and khada masala. No wonder, you should try the succulent seekh, kokur and shami kebabs. Other specialities includes tabak maaz (Kashmiri-style mutton ribs) and maaz kanti. Vegetarians must try the nadru (lotus) tikki and nadru chips.
The mains comprise rista, rogan josh, kokur badam korma, gushtaba - all meaty dishes known for their rich flavours. From the veg menu, dig into al yakhni, nadru palak, chuk wangan, tamatar chamman, koshur haakh, razma and more. Enjoy these with Kashmiri pulao or two traditional kinds of breads: girda and lavaas.
Did you know they are known for their giant Kashmiri thaals, which come in veg as well as non-veg options? If you want to try a bit of everything from the menu, these thaals are the best option and are priced at INR 550 for veg and INR 710 for non-veg. From kahwa to starters, mains to dessert - they comprise everything and is sufficient for two people. End your meal with the yummy firni.
A meal for two at Koshur Pakwaan will cost you INR 900.