My favourite picks -
Upma - Among their breakfast items is the humble upma. The upma is really simple with a tadka of onions, tomatoes, mustard seeds and crispy fried peanuts, but there's something about it which'll have you gobbling bowl after bowl of it.
Jeera Aloo- Basic comfort food. Like all their other preparations, they prepare the Zeera Aloo in desi ghee, and there's not much else to it except for a dash of salt, but it makes for a lip-smacking dish with hot, fluffy chapatis from their kitchen.
Rajma Rice- Their rajma rice - I could write an ode to the dish. The rajma, prepared in a simple tomato gravy and served with aromatic rice, is food fit for gods.
Custard - Dessert accompanies every dinner, and it's different every day of the week. Their creamy custard with fresh fruits in it winds up the meal beautifully.
Fresh Juice - Fresh Rhododendron, Apple, Plum (or some other fruit, depending upon the season) juice everyday from fruits picked up from their orchard or sourced locally, everyday. Enough said.
I could go on talking about the food, but there's so much else to say about this piece of paradise. When you're not eating, there are a plenty of things to do in the guesthouse complex such as -
1. Wandering in their orchard - In May, the cherry trees are laden with ripe red fruit. I walked around picking freshly fallen cherries from the trees and eating them without even caring to wash them because they use no chemicals. Then, they had planted rows of lettuce and cauliflower as well.