In the old bazaars one comes across quaint old teashops. These are the local "clubs". There are also many popular eating-houses offering different types of delicacies. Among the delicacies you must try "Saji" (leg of lamb), which is roasted to a delightful degree of tenderness and is not very spicy. The tribesmen of the valley also enjoy "Landhi" (whole lamb), which is dried in shade and kept for the winters. "Kabab" shops are very popular. Some of the finest mutton in the country is raised around Quetta. It has an apetising smell, which can be sampled in the "Pulao".