The cuisine of India is one of the highlighted factors of the country. Indian food and food lovers have created food hubs within the nation based on their ability to provide foodgasms to their taste buds.
This is no wonder from the country that has been known for producing and exporting masalas since the early dawn of time.
Nicknamed as the heart of India, the capital is also called the food capital.
A wide variety of cuisine can be tasted here. The popularity of street foods among the residents has encouraged to open many street food outlets. The Mughlai cuisine emerged from the very location and influenced the taste of the whole north India.
A couple of trends like dining at the local dhabas, food festivals, street foods are popular among the residents.
One of the astonishing trend has been practised by almost every prime minister. They have visited the paratha wali gali that has a renowned food stalls, though the parathas are the primary attraction of the spot.
Mumbai is the very definition of “the jack of all trade and master of all”. The place has acted as the intersection of multiple cultures that has led to the colorful lifestyle.
It has been known for having a delicious history as some of the oldest restaurants in India originated from here. Pav Bhaji, Vada pavs, Dabeli, Panipuri, Bhelpuri are among the most demanded street foods.
The tiffin service or the dabba culture has been recognised as one of the most perfect industries among all of the ones all over the world.
The native coconut is the most demanded beverage by the tourists.
If you want a green city, go to Delhi. If you want glamour, go to Mumbai. But if you seek joy, go to Kolkata
Bengali cuisine has evolved itself over the course of time. ‘Shingara’, ‘dalpuri’, ‘samosa’, ‘peyaji’, ‘beguni’, ‘phuluri’, ‘chop’, ‘puffed rice (popularly known as Muri),’ halim’ have been the popular snacks on the streets of Kolkata. The banquets are arranged with a great variety and attention during the occasions.
The native non veg dishes of Kolkata are considered unparalleled all across the country. The addition of mustard oil adds a distinctive texture to the cuisine.
National Geographic ranked Chennai’s food as second best in the world. This is the land where once can satisfy himself on the taste of idli, dosa, sambher, coconut chutney.
The place enjoys as being the host of quality south Indian food but also being close to the ocean makes it the centre of fish lovers.
The filtered coffee is the most preferred beverage.
The city shares a long a history with royal families and thus the genesis of the royal taste of Jaipur.
The pink city of the nation is the home of the acclaimed flavour of Dal Baati Churma. The taste of Missi Roti, Gatte ki Sabzi, Ker Sangri, and Bajre ki Roti are the prestige that it can show off with pride.
The sweet side of the place is as tempting as the hotspot locations. People can indulge themselves in the sweetness of Ghevar, Feeni, Mawa Kachori, Gajak, Chauguni ke laddu, and Moong Thal.