lassi (curd, blended with water & sugar) in a beer bottle.. simple veg sabzi's and their phulka's (indian bread) drip with ghee (clarified butter).. ummmm yummy!! (phulkas - thats it, in this pic, the way it is done, rolled and puffed up on the gas flame and then smeared with loads of ghee)Popular withVegetarian
Best Indian/Kashmiri food ever and price was really good!! Nice open air restaurant overlooking the Majestic Dall Lake and the mountains of Kashmir. Such an idyllic view With cool breeze blowing towards evening, it becomes a perfect setting for a friends get together. Enjoyed the food very much!!! Service - Nice with plenty of efficient staff to serve you.Popular withFamilies
One of the oldest and best places to eat despite being located in the crowded calangute market. Ahead of the bus stand and towards the beach. Even the butter naan here is too good. All the goan dishes are authentic and worth trying out especially the fish.
A favorite among Delhi residents and a fun introduction to North Indian cuisine, Punjabi by Nature is all about the tandoor, a traditional clay oven. Even dedicated carnivores will love the tandoori gobhi, cauliflower marinated in yogurt and spices and baked until it's crispy on the outside. The raan-e-punjab, or marinated whole leg of lamb, is hearty, tender, and a ...
If you love paranthas (Indian stuffed flatbread), you'll adore this little alleyway near Old Delhi's Chandni Chowk. They say the oil in which they cook--ok, deep fry--the paranthas at the main stall here has never been fully changed, so that there is always a mollecule of the original oil mixed in with the rest. This famous street has some of ...Popular withVegetarianFoodies
dhaba's' are local eating joints serving indian food on the highways in india.. firangi dhaba is done up well, with bollywood film posters, real auto cutomised with a table and seating so people can sit inside.. and other things that remind u of the dhaba culture.. i was hoping the food wont let us down, then it wud ruin the ...
mouth watering hot jalebis!! Kailash Chand Jain, the present proprietor of the shop, says that his father, Nemi Chand Jain, a native of Agra's Hari Ki Garhi village, migrated to Delhi in 1905 and after some struggle, started a shop at Dariba Nukkad. He experimented with many recipes and finally got one that according to him was the most satisfying. ...