Srinagar epitomizes the perfect blend of nature, beauty, love, and harmony. Resting upon the river Jhelum and surrounded by mesmerizing valleys and sky scarping mountains, it looks more like a colorful scene of a famous painting. On the one side it displays a less populated eastern shore surrounded by the Mughal Garden while on the other side it has a chaotic city centre.
Jammu & Kashmir
Islamic, Hinduism, Sikhism, Budhism, Jainism
This restaurant is known for its Kashmiri mutton-based delicacies along with delicious Indian vegetarian food. A special Kashmiri multi-course meal, called wazwan, is prepared for special bookings in a special room with carpet seating and copper serving dishes.
Open Days: Monday to Sunday
Time: 10:30 AM - 10:30 PM
Location: Residency Road, Srinagar
Nedous Dining Room
Nedous is one of the finest restaurants in Gulmarg. It is rustic, has a cottage-like setting, makes you feel you are at home, and serves organic food (prepared with organic veggies straight from the kitchen garden).
Location: Opp. Gulmarg Golf Club, Ski Institute Road, Gulmarg
As the name suggests, the restaurant rests in the shade of the magnificent Chinar trees and so the whole mood is set for a relaxing evening with a steaming cup of Kahwa. It is one of the most famous multi-cuisine restaurant.
Location: Gupkar Road, Srinagar 190001, India
Lhasa Restaurant is a small and cosy restaurant in Srinagar that famous for serving an excellent range of India, Kashmiri, and Tibetan dishes to its guest. It also offers garden seating which is decorated with beautiful sunflowers to give this place a pleasant escape from the Boulevard hassle.
Must Try: Indian and Kashmiri Dishes
Location: Gagribal-Boulevard Link Lane
Crescent Lake View Restaurant
It’s a multi-cuisine restaurant in Srinagar. With only two modern tables with settees, it is quite popular among couples. If you’re willing to enjoy crescent lake views while enjoying your food, then it is the best place to have your meal.
Must Try: Coffee & Banana Pancakes
Location: Pedestrian Marg