Many people travel for many reasons. While some travel for business, some travel for pleasure. On the other hand, there are people that travel for photography, exploring new places, adventure and food. Chefs, food bloggers and vloggers usually travel for finding new food cuisines and local delicacies. However, there are many people that love food and want to try it out when they travel to India. So, are you among those who love to try local cuisines when travelling?
One of the exciting things about being a travel blogger is the kind of food you get on your journey. I am no food blogger who would gobble down tons of food in one session. However, I and Sarah are always willing to try new cuisines and food items that come our way. It would be hard to say which cuisine in the world is the best. I believe every region is unique and has its own character and food. However, we love eating authentic Punjabi food in Mumbai whenever we love to dine out. We believe Made in Punjab at InOrbit Mall is one of the best North Indian restaurants in Mumbai.
I am certainly not a foodie, I guess you can tell from my slim body size, but I love exploring new food and places where I can find delicious food. Somehow new veg restaurants in Mumbai offer something new that attract me. Furthermore, I love to experience their own take on how they present food and the kind of flavors they infuse in it. For me, the visit to the veg restaurants in Mumbai is not only about the food, but about the experience, so there are a few Indian restaurants that make it up to my favorite list, Cream Centre is one such veg restaurants in Mumbai that never disappoints me.
There is no food in the world like homemade food. Well, that’s true, but things are a bit different for me. I have worked in the restaurants and hotels for quite some time early in my career. Consequently, that has attracted me towards trying out new cuisines and food at some of the newest food places and pubs in Mumbai and elsewhere in India.
Okay, I won’t waste time with any introduction paragraph here. This is the second and concluding part of Savoring the Street Food of Mumbai post. I hope you enjoy it this as well.
I have already mentioned about some of the top street food destinations in Mumbai in my earlier blog post, but this time I am changing the topic slightly. Mumbai is not just about South Mumbai which remains the core part of the city, or about the suburbs where majority of the residents live these days. It is about the entire city that come together and make this city so uniquely beautiful. While I may not be completely happy with the kind of population growth that has made this city over-crowded, bringing people from all parts of the country. However, I also believe that the city would not have been what it is if these changes wouldn’t have happened. In my previous blog about street food, I mentioned some roadside stalls where you can find some great fast food or street food. This time, I am only focusing on the most popular street foods that you can find across the city, I mean literally any corner of the city. No matter wherever you are in Mumbai, all you need to do is walk down your neighborhood and you will find these food items right there. I dedicate this post to all the foodies who don’t care for comfort or restaurant decor, but who care about taste, freshness and are desperately hungry. Let’s get started with it.
Vanakkam and welcome down south in the most happening city of Tamil Nadu. Formerly known as Madras, Chennai is the place to be if you are looking for some of the best street food destinations in Tamil Nadu. Chennai or Chennaipattinam has always been known for the kind of food that is available here and it is the right place for foodies that are not really interested in all that glamour and glitz that top end restaurants and hotels offer. Of course, I found that there are good number of people here that also prefer high style food and dining experience, but if you are tight on budget you can find many food stalls that can offer you the right kind of food experience while you are on the move. Here we take a quick look at the top must visit street food destinations in Chennai. ni readiya irrikiya?
Looking for some great places in Delhi to enjoy Ramadan food? The capital city of India is one of the top places where Ramadan is celebrated in full swing and if you are in the city you should make sure that you visit some of the top food destinations in Delhi that can offer you a memorable gastronomic experience. Ramadan is celebrated throughout India and metro cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad and Delhi that have cosmopolitan crowd celebrate it in style. However, historically Delhi has remained one of the main cities during the rise of the Mughal Empire and you can still visit some of the monuments here close to the city that speaks about the architectural brilliance of the Mughal era. The city also is home to some of the mouth-watering Islamic cuisines that are sold out at various places when the iftar celebrations begin after the sunset. Here we take a quick look at the top 3 food destinations in Delhi during Ramadan that you should not miss out.
The holy month of Ramadan is already here and Muslims around the world will spend their daylight hours observing complete fast. This ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar is not just about abstain from food and drink but also to fight back and flush out the evil actions, thoughts and deeds from our life that can help us to purify our souls. However, when the sun sets and after the evening prayers are offered it is time for people to break the fast with some delicious food recipes. Mumbai has always remained one of the cosmopolitan cities in India and during Ramadan you will find many places here decorated with lights and offering some of the mouth-watering and lip-smacking food and drinks that can tempt your hungry stomach. Here we take a quick look at the top 3 food destinations in Mumbai that offer the best food experience during the month of Ramadan.
Kala Ghoda literally means Black Horse and although the name sounds a bit odd for a location it offers a great experience especially when you are somewhere in South Mumbai. I have been a resident of South Mumbai since my birth and no other place holds a special place in my heart than Kala Ghoda. It is not only connected to my childhood days, but also during my college days. Oh, you must be thinking I am getting emotional and exaggerating about the place because I am emotionally attached to it, but that is not the case. When I write I detach myself from the topic to give a whole new perspective to my readers and audience but certainly Kala Ghoda is among the best tourist destinations in Mumbai.