All along the roadsides, one would find people with big brass vessels selling soft white bun/bread called kulchas with either a chick pea filling or cheese and vegetables or soya chunks with spices... all the versions are simply yummy!! It is a must try. They cost anywhere between 10 to 25 rupees.
This place is most famous here for the freshness of the food and good quality. We had Rajma chawal, baingan ka bharta and alu gobi parantha. They were all yumm!! However do insist that you want less oil otherwise it tends to be a bit too oily.
Through out the way you will find simple eatries ,there is two coffee cafe day outlets to warm up with hot steaming cofee ...also small outlets for hot and cold drinks along the way by nescafe...all food here are vegetarian
Favorite Dish: i likes a kashmiri drink called kawah
Right near the main fountain and bus stand, it is very easy to spot. Frequented by most visitors here, it is clean, big, air conditioned and fast-enough. Hard to ask for more. The food is good too :)