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Best time to visit this place will be around 9 pm, after a trip to Golden Temple.
7:00 am to 12 midnight
Amritsari Kulcha, Daal Makhani, Makki Di Roti & Sarson Ka Saag is a must try for everyone.
Rupees 500 for two people.

Bharawan da Dhaba

Located near the Amritsar Municipal Corporation, the Bharawan da Dhaba is a very renowned restaurant serving North Indian and fast food. It is among the most famous places to eat in Amritsar. The place has a very pleasant ambience and is fully Air-Conditioned which makes it more comfortable. This place is famous for Amritsari Kulcha, Daal Makhani, Makki Di Roti & Sarson ka Saag. The service is very fast as the customers come in large chunks.
WabiSabi
The restaurant is near town hall on the way to Golden Temple. Must Try: Aloo Kulcha: Amritsar's famous kulcha stuffed with potato filling, and served with chickpeas, amazing combo and a drool worthy one too.Vegetarian Thali: A thali which consisted of Dal, Paneer, Raita preparation, along with papad, rice and onions on the side, a simple, tasty and just so amazing dish.
Abhijit
Bang opposite the Partition Museum is a gem of a place. While you get all kinds of vegetarian fare, parathas are the dish you go here for. They have a plethora of options to choose from including paratha thalis, aloo kulchas and chhole. I would highly recommend that you order the paneer tikka too. They are simply delicious and portions are filling.
Neeti Chopra
The land of doodh and dahi will obviously have the yummiest lassi to offer. If you want to truly savour authentic lassi, then take yourself to Bharawan Da Dhaba in Amritsar for a tall glass of chilled lassi. You might enthusiastically gulp it down but it’s so rich that you’ll be full for a few hours. Pair it with some aloo paratha for a power-packed meal.
shubham saxena
7. For all the food at Bharawan da dhaba & Lassi at Ahuja’s and Gian chand
harveen bedi
Head to the walled city for lunch here . Recommended sharing either Thali or Makki ki roti and Saagh