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Orzuv (a greeting to wish your wellbeing), also does a host of Kashmiri dishes that you may be familiar with and many you are not. Top of the list here would be their range of breads which are made by a Kandur from Kashmir. Try the 'Bakarkhani', a bread, usually had in the mornings in Kashmir. It comes with mewa and ghee and should be had with generous lashings of butter and the traditional salty tea – 'Nun Chai'. Also, try the 'Czochworu' – a donut-shaped hard bread with sesame seeds that holds some brilliant Mutton Rista in it. The rista on its own is also brilliant. They make a great set of chutneys which accompany different dishes and you should ask for some of the ground almond chutney if they have it. The 'Seekh-e-Tuji' is a moist, mildly spiced mutton seekh kebab that is best had with the Lavassa, a large soft white bread. The 'Girda' can be paired with some 'Harissa' that is tempered with butter and onions. You can also try the 'Charwan', some stir-fried lamb liver, with tamarind. The 'Mutton Ghostabha' and the 'Rogan Josh' should not be missed here.