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This restaurant is very crowded always as it is the most famous and authentic Kashmiri restaurant in pahalgam.
But when I tasted there food it was just average.
Like authentic Kashmiri dishes such as haak saag and gucchi ki sabzi are too oily although taste...is ok.
Good taste but dont expect anything exceptional.More
Dana Pani is the busiest joint in pahalgam, if you are in pahalgam a visit to Dana Pani is mandatory.
We ordered kichadi, which was awesome, it was served with buttermilk. Food was spicy and a treat to a hungry stomach
Way to amarnath ji yatra.. we stay at pahalgaon as our base came.. and for dinner we ask many locals they advice for Dana Pani for delicious food. As we went, croud in restro high gentery, atmosphere are cool. We order the food. Food delicious....Service ok. Not to said great.. but in the end we order massala dosa, but first dosa come very late, and test of massala dost very pethatic. At the time of billing we told the owner, who stand on counter to collect money, we said your food test and preparation awesome. But massala dosa come late and test also bitter. Owner said our South Indian cook on holiday. That's why massala dosa taste not come good.
Anyway food preparation awesome except massala dosa.service average
4 out of 5 from my sideMore
Response from NSivaShankaran | Reviewed this property |
If you are lucky you might be able to get in. Most of the offering is North Indian and contains onion and garlic. The only caution is to arrive before the peak hour business as you will have to muscle your way in. Typical... More
If you are lucky you might be able to get in. Most of the offering is North Indian and contains onion and garlic. The only caution is to arrive before the peak hour business as you will have to muscle your way in. Typical Sardar eatery where it only works.
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