A village called ‘Amisha’, located near Khalra Mandi in the Lahore District (now Amritsar) got its first ever Dhaba ‘Amisha da Dhaba’. The credit of this legacy goes to Sardar Massa Singh & Sardar Puran Singh Jandu.
These two brothers were serving the Royal Airforce before partition of India & Pakistan. During their journey, they discovered their love for food & were highly inspired by the English dining etiquettes. They blended the Indian & English culinary techniques to serve the masses & the classes.
Passing the same concept through generations, the dhaba has emerged to be now known as ‘PIND FIRANGI’. The exquisite beauty of Punjab & the’ inglis’ grace has been interwoven in the interiors to depict the native & foreign dwelling in India during those times. Lacing the theme with yellow ,olive green, & white reminisces the look and feel of Makke di Roti, Sarso ka Saag Makhan maar ke..