Our three-hour tour in the morning will give you a chance to explore the way the city wakes up and how locals indulge in tasting the local recipes from centuries old shops. We start with a visit to the langar hall (Community kitchen) of the Golden Temple. We also take you to a 80-year-old tea shop where tea is still made on a coal chimney with a table fan and the trip also see you guzzling a glass of the famous lassi coupled with a huge gallop of butter. No trip is complete without snacks and we also take you to taste puris and kachoris and with your guides telling you about all the dishes, there will be plenty of opportunities to explore the history of the recipes and seeing the dishes being prepared. In between the gluttony, you will also get a chance to visit some traditional shops apart from a special random surprise visit. The tour finishes with you relishing the morning breakfast. The morning tour starts at 7 am and ends at 10am.
With FoodtTrailsIndia, we want you to see the Guru di Nagri (Guru’s city), as Amritsar is fondly called, on foot and indulge in tasting the centuries old recipes of the Old city apart from experiencing traditional markets. With its narrow by lanes and more than 3000 shops inside the old city, the old city guarded by 12 historical gates, the old city offers travelers a chance to explore the food capital of North India and also to see the traditional shops being run by generations of families. Be it the Guru ka Bazaar or the Goldsmith market, the old city gives travellers an opportunity to see the real India. And traversing through the narrow bylanes also gives one an opportunity to see and taste the age old delicacies and recipes still revered by the locals and fellow Punjabis. So be it a sip of masala tea or tasting the famous Amritsari Kulcha, FoodtrailsIndia offers you a chance to taste Indian food in a way locals do and also to see the Old market.
Our four hour long day tour also sees you doing the same as morning tour and also indulging in the famous lunch at a 60-year old dhabha where you also see the recipes being made in the kitchen and also gets a chance to try some famous Amritsari dishes. The afternoon tour starts at 11 am and ends at 3 pm.
No trip to Amritsar is complete without tasting the famous fish and chicken recipes. With the initial part of the tour happening in the old city, we also take you to the new city where we take you the famous Dhabhas and also give you a chance to try the traditional Indian ice cream.The evening tour starts at 5 pm and ends at 9 pm.