Indian Restaurants- A class apart
Indian restaurants have made a place for themselves in the global markets in terms of the food and the taste so rendered by them. It is for the use of various herbs and spices which make these Indian restaurants a class part.
India is a land of food. It is believed that after a couple of kilometers the language as well as the food changes. It can also be said that India is a country where every state like having its own culture also has its own food specialties. And Indian cuisine is well loved and appreciated by people from all across the globe. Be the texture or the use of spices and various herbs or just the whole concept of serving the food with passion and love which makes the Indian food different and loved by all.
Ranging from delicacies to everyday simple food the range of Indian restaurants and outlets are aplenty. Be it specialty food like seafood, Chinese, Mughal, ethnicIndian or fast food these restaurants serve it all.
North India, in particular, is famous for use of pulses and legumes where the food consists of a variety of roles, paranthas, dals, curds, vegetables, pickles and chutneys. This is basically due to impressions so left by the Mughal dynasty which can well be the scene from the texture and taste and use of spices in the food. It is for such authentic recipes that many keep coming back to the city for the tastes so preserved and served till date.
Unlike the northern side, the eastern Indian side is more to do with rice and rice-based dishes which can well be associated to their closeness to various water bodies. Thus fish makes for the biggest part of the cuisines of the region along with the use of coriander and mustard which are available in plenty.
The moment someone says rice-idli-dosa-sambar, the same moment we have images of South Indian food which is full of tamarind, curd, and curry leaves flavors. And not to miss the concept of serving food of banana leaves which makes the food more delicious and ethnic looking.
Further down the Indian continent and we find influences of Portuguese and Goan delicacies with more of seafood items and less of vegetables.
Indian food is also well to be associated with milk and milk products in the form of curds, cheese, lassi’s, deserts and much more.
Irrespective of the region the Indian restaurants are well known all across the globe and so are Indian for being big time foodies. Due to the concept of franchises now the taste and flavors of distant lands can be enjoyed anytime.