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Restaurant Whistling Woods Eco Resort

Our restaurant serves up sumptuous Indian, Continental and Kashmiri cuisine, and offers a special vegetarian and vegetarian menu to cater to all kinds of palates. We also have a dine-in-room option with round-the-clock kitchen services. Housekeeping attention twice daily and smiling, willing staff ready at hand to attend of your every need will make you feel taken care of like you are in your own home.

Kashmiri food can be the simple meal of a family, or a 36-course wedding banquet called Wazawan. The staple diet of every Kashmiri is rice, the most preferred being the dense, slightly sticky grained Kashmir variety, which is prized in the Valley. Mutton, chicken or fish are of prime importance in Kashmiri meal and everyday cooking often combines vegetable and meat in the same dish. Mutton and turnips, chicken and spinach, fish and lotus root are also very popular combinations. Pure vegetarian dishes include dum-aloo - roasted potatoes in curd-based gravy, and chaman- fried paneer (cottage cheese), in a thick sauce. Non-vegetarian dishes are considered in Kashmir to be a sign of lavish hospitality and at a Wazwan or banquet, not more than one or two vegetarian dishes are served. Sweets do not play an important role in Kashmiri cuisine. Instead Kahva or green tea is used to wash down a meal.