1. Bharawan Da Dhaba, Amritsar
“Amritsar is a haven for foodies as it offers some of the most delectable and mouth-watering menus. Bharawan Da Dhaba is a must-visit. From roasts to fish curries and fries; aaloo paranthas with makkhan; makki di roti and sarson da saag to that refreshing huge glass of the lassi; Amritsar will not stop at giving you options till you drop!”
2. Disco Lassi Wala, Diu
“Must visit the resturants in Diu if you love Gujarati and Parsi food. Do not miss the dancing lassi/soda when in Diu.”
Near the bus stand in Diu, there is a dancing lassi wala, also known as the disco lassi wala. He dances to the tunes of Bollywood songs while mixing the lassi by tossing his glasses back and forth in the air.
3. Lassi At Lassiwaa, Jaipur
“Do not forget to have lassi at Lassiwala on M.I. Road.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Suhani, “You can also go for sightseeing or loosen your pursestrings and go shopping around M.I. Road. For those who do not fear oil and spicy food, there are a lot of options here.”
4. Bhagat Tarachand, Mumbai
BBT is a vegetarian eatery that offers a variety of food to indulge your taste buds. The kacchi beer i.e. chaas in a beer bottle is a must-try if you are visiting Bhagat Tarachand. The special veg thali is another dish, which you must try.
5. The Blue Lassi, Varanasi
“Apart from visiting the temple and ghats, you can drink a delicious lassi from The Blue Lassi, witness the evening aarti, and buy paan and red pedas from local sweet shops.” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Kaushik says, “A must have is a big bhar (earthen pot) of banarasi lassi.” The Blue Lassi is situated about 3 minutes walk away from the riverside at Manikarnika Ghat, the main burning ghat.”
6. Azad Hind Dhaba, Kolkata
“ On our way to Kolaghat, we stopped at Azad Hind dhaba and had the famous lassi and malai cha. The lassi is served chilled in a clay glass (kullar or sikoda).”
7. Amritsari Lassi Wala, Chandni Chowk
“Paratha wali gali, Kakke di haati, Amritsari lassi wala and lots of other food junctions in Chandni Chowk are a must visit. Just walk around the bussy streets and take a taste of India.”
The lassis at Amritsari Lassiwala traverse the entire spectrum – kesar, malai, mango, banana, almond, jeera, strawberry, even diet!
8. Ghamandi Lassi, Indore
“The Ghamandi Lassi near the bus stop is just awesome. Everybody should visit the place once.”
The Ghamandi Lassi is full of cream, dry fruits and sweetness. Lunch at Guru Kripa (GK) accompanied with a Ghamandi Lassi is a heavenly treat.