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Vogue went on an eating spree in Amritsar and we can only look on with lust. Here are the three places on our To Eat lists. BRB, booking tickets for a weekend getaway.

Langar at Golden Temple

Eating the evening langar at the Golden Temple is an experience that must not be missed. Even if you’re not staying for the langar, which will have two vegetable dishes and rotis, we hope you just get some of their prasad. Usually they have sooji halwa that is dripping with ghee and full of dry fruits, and love.

If this tourist spot is just a touch and go, then we {and Vogue} can recommend the tea and malai toast at the gates of the gurudwara.

Kanha’s Sweets
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Lawrence Road houses this food stop, where you can get steaming hot pooris and chana for your breakfast. This budget option is perfect if you need to catch a quick meal and get on with your day. We also hear good things about their Alu Kilaunji and Gurh ka Kadha {halwa made of jaggery}.

Where: Shop 1, Opposite Bijli Pehalwan Mandir, Lawrence Road, White Avenue

Price: INR 150 for two {approx.}

Timings: 8am – 10pm

Contact: 0183 2211518, 0183 2222855

Surjit Food Plaza

 

tandoori-chicken-recipeLonely Planet recommends this, Vogue recommends this and now, so do we. And if those three reasons aren’t enough, we’ll give you more. The Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Kebab and Paneer Tikkas are perfectly done. Another Lawrence Road habitant, we are big fans of their soft and tender fish dishes.

Where: Shop 4, Nehru Shopping Complex, Lawrence Road, White Avenue

Price: INR 1,000 for two {approx.}

Timings: 11am – 11pm

Contact:  0183 3294334, +91 9803755555

Read more about Vogue’s journey here.

Feature image courtesy: Natgeotraveller

Line of No Control: 3 Gastronomic Experiences to Have in Amritsar

Vogue went on an eating spree in Amritsar and we can only look on with lust. Here are the three places on our To Eat lists. BRB, booking tickets for a weekend getaway.

Langar at Golden Temple

Eating the evening langar at the Golden Temple is an experience that must not be missed. Even if you’re not staying for the langar, which will have two vegetable dishes and rotis, we hope you just get some of their prasad. Usually they have sooji halwa that is dripping with ghee and full of dry fruits, and love.

If this tourist spot is just a touch and go, then we {and Vogue} can recommend the tea and malai toast at the gates of the gurudwara.

Kanha’s Sweets
P1060987
Image Courtesy : Ixigo

Lawrence Road houses this food stop, where you can get steaming hot pooris and chana for your breakfast. This budget option is perfect if you need to catch a quick meal and get on with your day. We also hear good things about their Alu Kilaunji and Gurh ka Kadha {halwa made of jaggery}.

Where: Shop 1, Opposite Bijli Pehalwan Mandir, Lawrence Road, White Avenue

Price: INR 150 for two {approx.}

Timings: 8am – 10pm

Contact: 0183 2211518, 0183 2222855

Surjit Food Plaza

tandoori-chicken-recipeLonely Planet recommends this, Vogue recommends this and now, so do we. And if those three reasons aren’t enough, we’ll give you more. The Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Kebab and Paneer Tikkas are perfectly done. Another Lawrence Road habitant, we are big fans of their soft and tender fish dishes.

Where: Shop 4, Nehru Shopping Complex, Lawrence Road, White Avenue

Price: INR 1,000 for two {approx.}

Timings: 11am – 11pm

Contact:  0183 3294334, +91 9803755555

Read more about Vogue’s journey here.

Feature image courtesy: Natgeotraveller

A full time enthusiast of the 'gram', Kasturi paints and writes on her eponymous blog. She's looking to establish herself in a stable job despite her impending and current existential quarter life crisis. Not having stayed in one place for too long, she muses about the Arts and has an astronomical appetite for, well, food.

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