Indian Cities One Must Visit For in India: Dining Posted July 8, 2003 But my grandmother (who like many other non-Punjabis, was no fan of Punjab, and mostly very crtical of it) who passed away last week, always said that the milk of Punjab is far richer than the milk found in Gujarat. The cream is more flavorful she said and the Punjabis have a magical way with food. This is so true. The neighbourhood in Bombay where I live, Khar, was one of the areas where refugees from Partition settled so there is a substantial Punjabi presence. And in consequence, the quality of what's on offer in the local dairies is amazing. In particular there's one place, generally acknowledged to be the best, where the paneer is simply incredible. Instead of the tasteless mass of white protein one gets in most places, this is creamy and very slightly salty - its as good or better than any feta cheese I've ever eaten.