As streets are slowly picking up the familiar footfall faded by consecutive curbs in the valley, Kashmir’s new-age cafes are trying to regain their pulse through a robust system of deliveries, utmost hygiene and clientele support. This revival strategy has paved path for some interesting sectors to blossom for the first time in the valley. Prime […]
Wok to Walk is a QSR restaurant which was started by young Spanish guys who travelled to Bangkok and were impressed by the culinary culture there. They developed the same food concept and opened their first outlet in Amsterdam in 2004. Since 2004, Wok to Walk has become a huge name in the restaurant […]
Have a “Kehwa with Gulukand (Rose Petals)”at “Chai Jaai Café”. Chai Jaai is a perfect place to relax and have a cup of tea. The view of the café is overlooking river “Jhelum” and it feels one is taking a taste of history because of its location. Its contemporary artistic papier machie work on the […]
A growing eatery in the heart of the city right when you enter the lal chowk crossing the budshah bridge. Jhelum celebrates Kashmir, highlighting it’s design sense, it’s food & culture, it’s hospitality and a surprising continental fusion for your tongues. Jhelum is a two storey wonder with a colorful and artistic cafe on the […]
SRINAGAR: The Orchard Retreat & Spa, Srinagar, a popular family resort in the valley, continues to appeal to the family market by opening new facilities and offer best in class Food & Beverage for in-house and outside guests with an extra value where kids can also enjoy. The new facility is set to provide more […]
Mehak Siddiqui, Co-Founder of House of Habibi shares her views about the cafe she has recently started in Kashmir. What started as a sheer love for food, constant look out for a new place to eat with a vibe that transports you to another city, another country if you will, gave birth to a thought to […]
‘Hunger Club’ at Rajbagh Extension is opening on 16th of August, 2018. Promoters claim it to be a foodie’s dream with an aim to bring quality fast food to Srinagar.
The wait for the food was as ideal as any patron would enjoy, with the beverage coming out almost instantly, and the food following shortly after. The mint mojito was alarmingly green, something I always fear to be a sign of artificial coloring, but with my first sip, all my apprehensions were washed away with the refreshing taste of ice cold soda and lime juice,
Though the multinational outlets are reluctant to come to Kashmir because of political uncertainty we have inherited, Srinagar has created its own variety which will give the world’s foremost fried chicken brand run for its money.