Amritsar is a city that features on every foodie’s list. Dominated by Punjabi community, Amritsar is home to the iconic Golden Temple, the holy place of worship of Sikhs. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian foods are celebrated here in rich hearty style. Here is the ultimate guide on what all to eat while in Amritsar. A normal breakfast for any Amritsari composes of either stuffed paranthas or chole-bhature. In lunch, mah ki dal with Amritsari kulche takes place of chole-bhature. A winter specialty, makki di roti and sarson da saag is famously eaten all over Amritsar. Head to B.K. Dutt Gate to have the best lassi of your life. You could call lassi the go-to beverage of every Amritsari. Punjabis like to have a pre-dinner of Amritsari fish tikka, tandoori chicken or mutton chaap before sitting down for their meals. Ask any Amritsari what their favorite dessert is, the answer would mostly be Kulfas. This work of sweet art is made with a layer of phirni, topped with scoops of kulfi and falooda with a dash of rose syrup. Cap off the Amritsar tour with a langar at The Golden Temple. It is said to be an exquisite experience.