I had seen multiple videos about the famous bun samosa and gulba jamun served here. I dragged my parents to the place but was slightly worried if the hype was justified. I am happy to say that it sure is. The bus samosa is light yet filling, and the gulab jamuns are melt-in-your-mouth soft. Everything is also ridiculously cheap. The condition of the shop itself may not inspire a lot of confidence, but it's more than 40 years old and has its own charm. We were lucky to get there when it wasn't crowded and got to have a good chat with the friendly owner. Definitely one of the unmissable things in Kasauli.
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