Restaurants and Bars in Amritsar


The sprawling city of Amritsar is at the focal point of India's tourism. The history, religion and culture attracts myriads of tourists to the city. Consequently there are numerous hotels, restaurants and bars in Amritsar that cater to the purchasing power of the affluent, the bourgeoisie as well as the blue-collar proletariats.
Sited in northwest Punjab, Amritsar is the epicenter of Sikh religion and culture. The city of the Golden Temple also records a long suffering saga of tragedy brought about by the wanton carnage of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. Apart from this, the city is gradually moving towards rapid industrial growth and hence has opened the doors to a galore of lucrative employment opportunities. Thus the city is flooded with a large influx of tourists throughout the year. To provide for their accommodation and arrange their entertainment, the city is opulent in hotels, resorts, restaurants and bars.

There are number of excellent restaurants in the city that rustle up mouthwatering Punjabi gourmet delights for the true connoisseur of good food. Apart from the traditional Punjabi fare, the restaurants and eateries also serve traditional North Indian, Chinese, South Indian, Mexican as well as Continental fare.

No holiday is complete without heartily indulging in the sinful delights of good food which is washed down by some fine alcoholic beverages. A majority of the restaurants are endowed with well-stocked bars that keeps the tourists in soaring spirits throughout their sojourn.

For further information on the restaurants and bars in Amritsar, contact:
  • Aangan Vaishno
  • Amber Restaurant
  • Amritsat Restaurant & Beer Bar
  • Chaupati Restaurant
  • Delite Refreshers
  • Eldorado Restaurant
  • Kwality Restaurant
  • Natraj Bar & Restaurant
  • Quality Restaurant
  • Shehnav Restaurant
  • Taal





     


     

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