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Home to historical monuments like the Jama Masjid and Kankaria Lake, Ahmedabad is a beautiful city in Gujarat. It is the hub for native Gujarati food where a dominant sweet flavour is characteristic of the local taste. Every lip-smacking meal is usually accompanied by a yummy dessert.
Amritsar, in Punjab, is the city after which Amritsari Fish is named! It is a city of foodies and flooded with restaurants that serve the grand Punjabi dishes like butter chicken and butter naan, with thick lassi!
IT Capital of India or Garden City? It’s a perfect blend of modern and traditional and the same goes for its food. Explore cuisines from all over the world or stick to the ones you love, the choices are endless.
Amazingly, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, shares a rich Nawabi cuisine and Bhopali Biryani is different from that of Hyderabadi and Lucknowi. Kebabs, Paranthas and Dahi Bhallas are common to the local Malwa gastronomy.
Over 3000 years old Bhuwaneshwar, the capital city of Odisha, is the proud home for Lingaraj & Mukteshwar temples & many native festivals. Dalma, Santula, Chhena Gaja, Chhena Poda, Cuttack-chaat, Rasabali etc. are mouth-watering must-haves!
One of the prime planned cities of India, the Union Territory of Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab and Haryana and also offers the most enticing traditional dishes like Makki ki Roti, sarson ka saag, dal makhni, Amritsari fish & lassi!
Vanakkam! There is much more to try here than Idli, Dosa and Sambar, this city not only has action packed movies, their food packs a punch too.
The Pan Indian culture of this port city is the reason for Kochi’s diverse cuisines. They have showcased food from all corners of India to ensure that you feel at home, no matter where you come from.
This industry hub of the South has a lot to offer people from anywhere in the country, be it North Indian street food or South Indian Traditional food , you will find it all here.
Flanked by two rivers this land is rich and fertile, the richness and freshness of the crop has been keenly captured by their food. Oriya cuisine is something you have to try to appreciate.
Located at the foothills of Himalayas, in the Doon Valley of Uttarkhand, Dehradun is a city of beauty, fresh air & greenery. Local customs of Garhwali people is dominant here. Puri, Shyali & Aalo ke Gutke are native.
The National capital of India, Delhi is a city of heritage and politics. Delhi offers Yogmaya temple of Mahabharata era to an Ice Lounge uncovering Mughal reign in history! Halwai, Parantha, Chaat, Dahi Bhalla and more are unique to Delhi.
The most popular holiday destination in India brings to you cuisines from across the globe as well as local cuisines that are hard to resist. Unleash the gourmand in you and explore Goa’s best restaurants.
Guwahati is the capital of Assam and is a pretty notable city for prominence of local cuisine. Khar, Pitika, recipes with bamboo shoots, seafood (specially Ticto Barb) and tenga. Paan, typically in Guwahati, is a must have!
Explore the land of the Nizams through their food, dine like a king and feast on some of the best biryanis in the world, let your taste buds tingle with the spices of Andhra.
The name of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, reminds one of food and technological institutes! Wide varieties of Poha, Jalebi, Rabri, Chaats, Samosas, Garadu and Dal-Bafla among others are the most popular bites!
The Pink city houses some of the most exquisite hotels in the World, and each hotel outdoes the other when it comes to their restaurants. Explore traditional dining with modern flair in breathtaking restaurants.
In the land of sportsmen and sporting good you will find food that will keep you under a spell. Rotis, Butter Chicken and all things Punjabi are what you will crave for.
The Sun City of Rajasthan, Jodhpur, is full of historical and culinary wonders. Many monuments are the pride of Jodhpur, making it an important tourist spot. Kachori, Lassi, Dal Bati Churma, Laddu etc are common grubs!
The largest city of Uttar Pradesh, Kanpur is popular these days for IIT Campus, references in Hindu mythology and agitation during British Raj. Awadhi cuisine is prominent. Halva & Biryani rule mostly!
The princess of hill stations invites you to fest on the most delightful food while you escape from crazy city life to this hilltop escape.
Well known as the City of Joy, Kolkata offers you an engrossing journey through the her food and culture. Payesh, luchi-cholar dal, aloor dom, rasogolla, machher jhal, pithe, basanti polau & illish machh bhaja are among the famous ones!
The center of spice trade in the South and the freshest sea food you will find. If banana chips and halwa make your mouth water Kozhikode is where you need to be.
Lucknow, the capital city Uttar Pradesh, is the heart of Awadhi cuisine that is rich in taste and too varied in dishes! The local tastes are heavily influenced by Mughals and kebabs, korma, biryani, kulcha, etc. make the regular meals!
If expert Tandoori cooking is what you desire then Ludhiana is where you should be. Simple homely food like makki ki roti and sarson ka saag along with tandoori chicken and many ghee laden dishes will make your taste buds dance with joy.
This ancient city is not only known for its marvelous temples but also for its culture and soul. Come relive the glory of the Pandyas through art, culture and food.
Between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats lies this city, with pristine beaches and clean fresh air it is a great place to be. The spicy sea-food and mouthwatering veg food here are more reasons to love this city.
Roadside Chats, Fine Dining Michelin Restaurants, International Fast Food Chains and more make Mumbai a foodies paradise. Chic or simple, affordable or pricy there are plenty of trendy restaurants to try.
Mysore, in Karnataka, is known for silk, paintings, palaces & Udupi cuisine! Rice and items made with it are famous. Another most important must have is coffee! Mysore Pak and sweets are prominent in the culinary culture.
Busy city of Maharashtra, Nagpur, is the Tiger Capital of India and is home to Varhadi or Saoji cuisine which is spicy and delicious!
Nestled in the Nilgiri Hills, Ooty draws you in with its scenic beauty. Here the strong British influence is seen in the food you get and takes you back to colonial times, but the Indian food here does not fall short either.
One of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the world Patna has been home to many kings. The culture and food of the city is rich and varied just like their famous Tahli.
This former French colony is a gastronomic delight! You get authentic French food as well as all your Indian favorites, reasonably priced and fit for a king!
Existing as a town since 847AD, Pune has lots to tell. The traditional food features Puran Poli (sweet bread), Bhelpuri. Pav Bhaji, Misal Pav & more. A milkshake with dried fruits or Mastani is the speciality. Pune is a blooming metropolis.
Ranchi, capital of Jharkhand, is a city of water falls & lakes. It also has a rich history and culinary tradition. Litti, Dhuska, pickles, saag etc. are local food that you can try in restaurants that serve Jharkhand’s local cuisine dishes.
A hill station in Himachal Pradesh, Shimla, is a land of beauty, snow and awesome momos, dumplings, hot soup and Tea. The Himachali food also comprises of many unique native dishes Patore, Khoru, mugh Anardana & Cha Gosht!
Srinagar, in Kashmir, is a land of nature’s ultimate beauty, with lakes, shikaras, mountains and lotuses! The Wazwan cuisine is a 30 plus course meal famous here & most food is meat based & spicy but delightful!
As the saying goes ‘Surat nu Jaman ane Kashi nu Maran’ this means for one’s soul to rest peacefully you should Dine in Surat and Die in Kashi. The food here is unlike the rest of Gujarat they have spicy food that is sure to surprise you.
A hub for educational institutes as well as the political capital of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram has a lot to offer the gourmet seeker. From Fine Dining restaurants to Thattu Kadas the food here is always fresh and addictive.
Being one of the earliest settlements in the South Trichy has a rich heritage that has been passed on from rulers since the 3rd Century BC! The cuisine here showcases this heritage through their spices and styles.
Vadodara, in Gujarat, is also known as Baroda and is one of the most important educational, industrial and cultural hubs of western India. As a result, it is a centre for food culture and restaurants!
Vishakhapatnam or Vizag, in Andhra Pradesh, is a port city & blessed with natural beauty. The Andhra cuisine encompasses bold flavours of South Indian delights like podi, gojju, shrimp pickle, fish curry, Talakaya Kura, mulligatanni & more.
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