The historic city of Amritsar is also famous for its tasty cuisine. Restaurants in Amritsar offer both vegetarian and Non-veg food.
Restaurants in Amritsar
Restaurants in Amritsar - When in Amritsar, no one can forget the city's famous cuisine. Check out the special Amritsari Kulcha, tandoori chicken, chole bhature and a tall glass of lassi. And there is no way you can miss the Amritsari Fish. Just try out the crumb fried river fish seasoned with fresh lime-juice. Some traditional dhabas, like the Kesar da Dhaba and Bhrawan da Dhaba, in the old city, are famous for their Amritsari fare. The Kulcha-Chola Dhaba on Maqbool Road is a must-must. Hit the dhaba for breakfast.
The mother of all street-food is Lawrence Road, one of the city's foodies' hunts, especially in the evening, with many sweet and chaat shops: Mathura kesar kulfi. Makhan's is special for Amritsari fish.
Lawrence Road buzzes with activity and people retire pretty late, compared to other parts of the city. It virtually begins with restaurants (Kwality and Novelty) and almost ends similarly (Munim Di Hatti and Bansal Sweets, famous for sweet made of pure desi ghee). In between the street food, you will find some of the popular fast-food names (Café Coffee Day, Burger King, Pizza Hut, The Big Bite).
Then there is the evergreen Crystal Restaurant on Crystal Chowk serving Indian, Chinese, tandoori, Mughlai.
Address: District Shopping Centre,
Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar-143001
Contact: (0183) 2504610
Cream of chicken soup, chicken latphata, dal maharani, stuffed kulcha
About Rs. 700 for two
Yellow Chilli Restaurant
Ranjit Avenue District Centre
Timings: 12 noon - 3 PM.
Shabnam-ke-moti (tandoori mushroom), shorba-gute-gulzar (tomato soup), sham-savera (spinach dumplings stuffed with cheese in gravy touched with honey). Dal lalla mula, naan/lachha prantha and abe-gulabe-gulukand (gulukand stuffed gulab jamun)
About Rs. 650 for two.
Crystal threads paneer/fish oysters, chicken tawa frontier, dal makhani, lachhedar parantha
About Rs. 400 for two