A Punjabi’s heart lies in food, and Punjab’s heart lies in Amritsar.
Amritsar is known as the culinary capital of India. We will prove it to you why:
A delicious English breakfast might sound fancy, but only the smell of chole kulche can make the morning vibrant. Head to Chungi Da Kulcha at Green Avenue for a spicy, tasty and finger licking Masala Kulcha.
The phrase ‘Assi Tussi Lassi Pitti’ will now not just be in your grandma’s stories. Have a tall steel glass of lassi at Ahuja Lassi located near the Hindu College and Durgiana Temple. Rumour has it that a secret ingredient used by them sets it apart from all the other stalls in Amritsar.
Another popular stall winning hearts is the Giani’s, Tea Stall. It is said to be around 60 years old. They serve delicious tea with bread omelet, snacks or buttered bread.
Want to make your evening blissful? Head to Prakash Chand Cholewale in Basant Avenue primary market. He makes mouth-watering Chole Mathi and Geela Kulcha Chola. This evening dish is going to make you forget all your troubles at once.
For an utterly delicious dinner visit the Amritsar Club which offers Keema Naan and thick gravy. It is said to be reasonable in prices and value for money. They also organize games of Saturday. Do not miss on their champ and fish fry!
One cannot miss on reliving the childhood memories when in such a humble place like Amritsar. Enjoy Cool Spot at Maqbool Road for a variety of flavors of Gola or Chuski as some may call it.
Don’t wait to visit Amritsar if you’re a food lover. As they say, laughter is the brightest where food is best!
(Check out: 5 Amazing Places To Eat In Amritsar)