00There are a number of fine dining restaurants in Jaipur who serve the traditional cuisine. The traditional food in Jaipur is spicy with an ample amount of Ghee (Saturated butter made from cow’s milk). If you are looking for special local food to experience, the following are our suggestion- Continue reading “Jaipur’s special cuisine: A food tour”
Warangal caters the Telugu cuisine, the cuisine popular in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The general food preference of the natives is tangy flavor; however, one can find the diversity in food culture because of the diverse ethnic group living in the town.
Let’s have a look at some popular food of Warangal. Continue reading “Warangal: A food guide”
Jabalpur is located in central India and hence one can find the influence of different culinary cultures like Rajasthani, Mughlai, and Gujarati in the local taste. The cuisine here is rich, creamy, and spicy. Subsequently, let’s discuss some exceptional food of Jabalpur. Continue reading “Jabalpur: A food tour”
Cherrapunji serves the North-east Indian cuisine. The native food habit is rich and refreshing and the traditional cooking tradition is well preserved. The specialties of this region are pork momos and pork rice.
Rice beer or Khasis is a ceremonial drink in Cherrapunji. Yet another traditional delicacy to try here is the Sohra Pulao, which is rice cooked with vegetables without additional spices.
Now let’s have a look at the popular eating outlets in Cherrapunji, serving both traditional and national cuisine. Continue reading “5 Best eating outlets in Cherrapunji”
Despite being a coastal region, Dwarka, the city of Lord Krishna is mostly vegetarian. In fact, most of the Gujarat state is vegetarian. Dwarka is full of great food and amazing eating outlets. Here are our top picks for you. Continue reading “5 Amazing eating outlets in Dwarka”