Amritsar The Food Capital of Punjab

Amritsar The Food Capital of Punjab - Destination Overview
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Amritsar City Food Tour

When we talk about amritsar, if we do not talk about Food, it is injustice to the great place who is Food's Paradise on earth. No Doubt, Amritsart is really Food Lovers paradise, known for its delicious Amritsari naan, Amritsari chole, Amritsari kulcha, Amritsari fish, tandoori chicken, Socked Kulchas ( Bhijje Kulche), Amritsari paronthaas

Where to Eat in Amritsar
Bharawan Da Dhaba - (#1 inAmritsar)
Located in Town Hall - Amritsar - located close to the GoldenTemple.
Bharwan da Dhaba is famous for the ancient recipes from Punjab which are carefully revived to their original glory.The Dhaba has created the art of evolving the richness of Punjabi food without overload of Butter and Ghee. The food at Bharawan Da Dhaba is wholesome, rich in traditional flavours and light on stomach- the kind one can eat everyday. Bharawan da dhaaba is famous for its speciality in Cheese Tomato, veg. Thali and Thandee Kheer.the taste of food there is similar to Kesar Da Dhaba, but it is much lighter.
Note :- Please do not get confused with Bare bhai ka dhaba near golden temple.
Kesar Da Dhaba Amritsar (#2 in Amritsar) 
(Located in Chowk Passian, Amritsar, + 91-183-2552103,183-3195000,9815576117)
This restaurant is located in a small back lane close to the telephone exchange near the Amritsar railway station.
Kesar Da Dhaba is part of Punjab's culture, providing warm hospitality to guests. It is serving an exclusive mouth watering cuisine with the Traditional Punjabi flavour. It has two air conditioned halls with a seating capacity of about 150 people.
Kesar Da Dhaba famous cuisine is its Thali. The Thali is the most delicious preparations offered by any of the oldest dhabas in India. It consists of 2 Plain Prantha, Dal Fry, Channa Plain, Raita and Salad. Dhaba also specialises in Dal Tadka from our dishes corner and Firni from our desserts.Today many celebrities and politicians used to visit our dhaba, some of them are Yash Chopra, Lisa Ray, Yana Gupta, Manpreet Brar, Padmini Kolapuri, Raza Murad, and Rajesh Khanna.
The dhaba has been captured many times by media channels such as NDTV, BBC News, Sony, ETC Punjabi, Travel and Living, Zee TV, Discovery, Zoom TV, Star Plus and others.
Note :- Please do not get confused with other similar name hotels near golden temple.
Surjit Amritsar, India ( Location Lawrence Road - Amritsar)

Surjit's Chicken House (Lawrence Rd.) is the spot if you're looking for a sit-down meal of delicious butter chicken and kulchas or lachedar parathas.It is a Famous tandoori chicken emporium serving hearty Punjabi curries.Surjeet food plaza is located in a basement on Lawrence Road, Amritsar, Punjab. Surjeet's shop has been famous all over India for serving absolutely delicious tandoori chicken and chicken kebabs.
Other popular non-vegetarian items of this dhaba include yellow daal (an excellent dish), cheese dishes, and the tandoori fish (large boneless chunks, done very well). The cheese was wonderfully soft. Though the shop is most renowned for its tandoori chicken, I found the matar paneer recipe (peas cheese recipe) the most outstanding dish of the lot.
Kulcha Land in Amritsar ( Location Ranjit Avanue)

Kulcha land is located on Ranjit Avenue in the District Shopping Complex, right opposite to the huge MK Hotel. KulchaLand serves up lip smacking Amritsari kulchas from morning till evening 4 p.m. They serve these kulchas at Rs. 25 for a plate of stuffed kulcha dripping with butter, along with sour chole and some delectable onion salad. They're willing to pack it for you to take to Delhi if you need them

Guru-Ka-Langar Amritsar, India
Guru-Ka-Langar is the free (donations appreciated) community dining room, a feature of all Sikh temples as a mark of unity among people of all religions, creeds and nationalities. The huge kitchens (one has a chapati machine) prepare dhal, rice and chapatis for up to 40,000 pilgrims a day. All are welcome to join the masses eating on the floor.
Crystal Restaurant Amritsar, India
Rated by many as Amritsar’s classiest restaurant, Crystal boasts all sorts of yummy global favourites, from lasagne to fish curry. Book ahead, especially on weekends. There are two side-by-side ‘Crystals’, apparently due to a
Makhan Amritsar,

A great place for deep-fried fish or chicken, which you'll see sizzling in a huge wok outside from 17:00 onwards.

Yellow Chilli Amritsar
A stylish chain-restaurant conceived by celebrity chef, Sanjeev Kapoor, locals flock here to tuck into delights like the hariyali machchi (charcoal-grilled, mint- flavoured fish), rogan josh (slow-cooked mutton in yoghurt and fennel gravy) and blackcurrant kulfi (firm-textured ice cream). There’s a good veg buffet (Rs165; lunch only). Dinner reservations wise.
Aurah Amritsar,
Above Subway is this chilled-out cafe-style haven, delighting diners with global goodies: glass-noodle salad, lemongrass chicken skewers, risotto, crispy lotus stems, lettuce wraps with sweet chilly dressing, pasta, Caesar salad and, for the mother of all sugar fixes, the ‘chocolate trip’.
Sagar Ratna Amritsar,
An easygoing South Indian veg restaurant with fresh lime sodas that will quench the most savage summer thirst. Excellent southern specialities ( idlis, dosas , uttapams etc) and a sprinkling of North Indian and Chinese dishes.
Neelam’s Amritsar,

Not far from the Golden Temple, this unassuming eatery is a convenient spot to cool your heels over a banana lassi. The have-a-go-at-anything menu includes pizzas, burgers, soups, dosas, aloo paratha and, for breakfast, honey muesli.

Arshi's Sub-Zero Amritsar:-
Sodas, sundaes, shakes and veggie burgers are on the boards in this rainbow-coloured parlour only darkened by the gloomy proprietor. Try before you buy the ice cream - Raj Bhoj is dried fruit and Blind Love is vanilla choc chip.
Pizza Point Amritsar,

More memorable for being a cool retreat from the congested old city than for its (ordinary) pizzas. Other possibilities include grilled sandwiches, dosas, soups and stuffed paratha with yoghurt and pickle.

Novelty Amritsar:-
The exquisite sweets and gateaux served at the outside counter are perennial favourites, while the adjoining Kwality restaurant offers dishes from across the subcontinent, China and the West.
Astoria Food Pavillion Amritsar:-
A pleasant multicuisine restaurant near the MK Hotel cooking up a mishmash of dishes, from chicken patiala and veg biryani to poached fish and spinach cannelloni.
Punjabi Rasoi Amritsar,
A stone’s throw away from the Golden Temple, this unpretentious all-veg restaurant rustles up reasonable Indian, Continental and Chinese fare.