Amritsar Cuisine


Presenting a delectable series of delicacies, Amritsar Cuisine carves a place for itself in the culinary specialty of Punjab in particular and India in general.
The rich and spicy non-vegetarian palates of Amritsar are aptly teemed with healthy and tasty veg dishes. As the district of Amritsar is famous for its dairy products, milk is used in a variety of dishes of the place.

The popular cuisines of Amritsar include tanduri kulchas, channa bhatura, multi-layered parathas, marmalades, puirs, mutton tikka, seekh kabab, barbecued chicken and fried fish among several others. There are a number of dessert and sweet options too that are available in Amritsar. From gur ka halwa and balushahis to pinnis, Amritsar present a wide array of lip-smacking delicacies.

The local inhabitants of Amritsar, specially the womenfolk, are known for their culinary skills. Being acquainted with the fine combination of various cooking ingredients, the females of Amritsar can prepare a range of delicious dishes within seconds.

There are many restaurants and hotels in Amritsar that offer an appealing variety of dishes to both the local people as well the outsiders. Hotels such as Amritsar restaurant & beer bar, Eldorado restaurant, hotel kumar international, kundan dhaba, Grand hotel, Skylark hotel and Andaz restaurant are among those prominent eatery joints of Amritsar that provide a number of delectables.

It can be said without any doubt that Amritsar Cuisine offers a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary food palates all of which have a distinct taste of their own.



Last Updated on : 08 June 2012







     


     

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