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“Super, yet simple”
Review of Guru-Ka-Langar

Guru-Ka-Langar
Ranked #1 of 388 Restaurants in Amritsar
Certificate of Excellence
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast
Restaurant details
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast
Reviewed October 15, 2013

Amazing, amazing food! DO go, even if it means waiting for half an hour. It's a brilliant experience, and it's so awesome as to the number of devotees who sign up to do everything from cutting vegetables to washing dirty utensils.

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Reviewed September 30, 2013

I missed out experiencing the Gods Kitchen during my earlier trip, so this time I made it a point to savour the flavour of service that this amazing abode of Sikhism offers.The place serves food to everyone who seek it.The smiling volunteers everywhere right from handing over your plate to the area where they collect them when you have finished are the best ambassadors of this great act of charity. The food was good too,simple but tasty and served with pride and devotion.I would rate it as an experience not to be missed in the holy city of Amritsar.

2  Thank raghudrk
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Reviewed September 18, 2013

It's a must to eat guru ka langar if u don't eat it is not good for u as it is prasad whenever u go to any gurdwaras try to eat langar if it is there eat little also

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Reviewed August 25, 2013

Guru Ka Langar is a superbly managed kitchen where thousands of people eat daily for free but the quality of food and service is impeccable. The moment you enter, you are given the utensils one by one by the volunteers and are directed towards the place for seating. Roti, Dal etc is serviced one by one. Accept Roti with both your hands. Water service has been automated and is really interesting to watch. DO NOT leave any food and finish all that is in your plate. Even as you go back, different people collect different utensils from you and you can see several volunteers cleaning the same.
Guru-Ka-Langar is a perfect management case study and food is really a bliss coming at the place that it is.

1  Thank deepakg2000
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Reviewed August 2, 2013

Our guide (Davinder Singh seperately reviewed) told us that the Guru wants you to partake of the langar before going to the Golden Temple and although we thought it appropriate to first visit the temple before going to the langar we took his advise. He took us through the kitchen where volunteers cook for thousands of people, the automated roti making machines, the giant cauldrons of dal and kheer, and the kara prasad all volunteered by devotees with no agenda except service. Wonderful, marvelous, adbhut, to see and experience!

3  Thank Nelumbokamal
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