Flights to India transports one to an epicurean’s paradise where the rich variety of food unfeignedly satiates the taste buds. Tens of thousands of travellers plan holidays to India for sampling its diverse and luscious delicacies.
Indian cuisine is as diverse as it gets. The bamboozling country boasts an extraordinary melange of multihued cultures and it gets reflected in its delighting culinary art. Indian food is all about spices, vegetables, herbs and fruits and offers wide assortment to treat the taste buds.
Epicureans booking tickets on flights to India have an overwhelming desire to tingle their taste buds with scrumptious local Indian food as much as the international cuisines made with an Indian touch. Every Indian state features its own unique local dishes that are a part of their unique culture. It would not be wrong to say that any cultural holiday to Indian states is not complete without savouring the lip smacking cultural cuisines.
Gourmands find the delicious cuisines, which are a part of the daily diet here and may not be something that locals would crave for, simply delightful. Add to the taste, the warmth of Indian hospitality and one can rest assured of having a truly memorable Indian holiday. Skim through the information about some of the north Indian states that catch the attention of foodies who take flights to India.
Revered as a food capital of the country and starting point of most Britons taking flights to India, Delhi aptly regales the senses of holidaymakers. The metropolis boasts the glitzy hotels and restaurants and is a popular reason for air travel to the country.
Be it north Indian food, south Indian food, Mughlai dishes, Chinese and Thai Food,Delhi offers wide scope to satiate the taste of every sort of guest and makes one’s tour, a rhapsodic affair.
The eating outlets at Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid and Connaught Place make this metropolis a true gastronomic hub for gorging the scrumptious street food. All the three places are packed with countless eateries that dish out lip smacking regional cuisines.
Delhi Darbar, Kebab Factory, The Dhaba restaurant of The Claridges and Bukhara are among the popular spoilers for extravagant epicureans.
Besides, travellers yearning for authentic Chinese cuisines can make way to The Yum Yum Tree and Fa Yian while Tao restaurant makes for a compelling stop for sampling the luscious Japanese delicacies.
While talking of North Indian food, the state of Punjab deserves a special mention. And the spiritual city of Amritsar that is home to the highly revered ‘Golden Temple’ is where most gourmands head to after setting foot at the city’s international airport.
The Golden Temple, the popular city attraction among holidaymakers grabbingcheap flights to India, has a sprawling dining area where the delicious vegetarian food is served in traditional langar (Common Kitchen). Although very basic, the food features rich Punjabi taste and makes for an unforgettable eating out experience with a dash of spirituality. Another place for authentic Punjabi cuisines is Bubby Dhaba that is located opposite to the main entrance of Golden Temple.
The Brothers or Bharavan the Dhaba, located close to Golden Temple, serves traditional Indian food, Chinese and continental dishes at very reasonable prices. The dhaba (restaurant) has reputation that reaches far and wide and attracts tourists in droves.
Other places that are simply irresistible for food lovers include Country Inn & Suites, around the corner of Bhandari Bridge serves up great Indian, Italian, Continental and Chinese food. Kesar da dhaba is another tempting choice where tourists can head to on a long trip to this religious city.
New Punjabi Rasoi that is one of the most popular restaurants in Amritsar and doles out great Indian food including mouth watering South Indian masala dosas. A glass of Lassi (Thick Indian beverage made of curd) after a meal serves as the icing on the cake!
Jaipur, the Pink city and a favourite destination of many travellers taking cheap flights to India, is as much a hit for its cuisines as it is for its forts and palaces.
Jaipur features a unique platter for every bon vivant with its distinctive cuisines that portray the entrancing culture and tradition. Some of the popular Rajasthani dishes include Daal-Baati, Raabdi, Kadhi, Tarfini, Pyaaj Kachori and Dal Kachori.
Those desirous of tasty vegetarian food can visit Apno Gaon, a restaurant that is popular for its unique taste. All the vegetables and fruits here are harvested from the fields minutes before being served. Moti Mahal Deluxe is the place to go to gorge on some authentic Indian tandoori cuisines; Mere glance at the diverse menu here that includes both vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes sets the mouth watering.
Other popular places to eat out in Jaipur include Natraj that serves the quintessential Rajasthani platter, Loharu House (the house of royal family) where an advance request for dinner can be booked and Four Seasons that serves luscious vegetarian food.