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Kesar Da Dhaba

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Kesar Da Dhaba is a famous vegetarian Punjabi dhaba in Amritsar, Punjab, India, that originated as a small restaurant selling dal and roti set up by Lala Kesar Mal, a Punjabi Hindu in Lahore in 1916. It moved to Amritsar after the partition of India in 1947.

It is famous for signature dish Dal makhani.

Anthony Bourdain in his "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown", stated": "If this is what vegetarianism meant in most of the places that practice it in the West, I’d be at least half as much less of a dick about the subject,”.

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Kesar Da Dhaba Wikipedia


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