Amritsar is famous for its Pakistani-style ‘juttis’, decorated leather slip-on shoes. The best spot to buy these is Hallgate circle, near Hall Bazaar. For the foodie, the city is a veritable paradise. From chhole kulche to lassi and kulfi, from delicious aam papad to fish tikkas and mutton curry, restaurants and roadside carts alike serve amazing fare to hungry tourists. Some of the best eateries are holes-in-the-wall, and many don’t even have names. The most legendary are Kesar Da Dhaba for vegetarian fare, Beera for meat lovers and Kanha for aloo puri but don’t expect healthy or fat-free versions here.