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Cuisine

Attend a ‘big fat Indian wedding’, as it’s often referred to in Delhi, if you get a chance. The food is terrific, extremely rich and the variety is mind boggling. Delhites love their food and take their time to savour it. Aromas and fragrant spices abound in every household’s kitchen everyday. Don’t miss an opportunity for some typical home cooked Punjabi food.

Delhi has been ruled successively by the Rajputs, Arabs, Afghanis, Mughals and the English, and even if they don’t exist in the city anymore, their cuisine is well preserved. In addition, one can find international cuisine like Thai, Lebanese, Chinese, Israeli, Italian, Indonesian, Spanish, Mexican, French, Moroccan, Swiss very easily. So depending on our taste preferences, there is a specific cuisine for everyone.

 
Tandoori food, rich and succulent, cooked in hot clay ovens is a Punjabi speciality. Visit the Paranthewali Gali in Old Delhi for different kinds of Paranthas. The layered parantha – a type of bread fried on a griddle and made without yeast – is said to have been officially brought to Delhi by the Punjabis. The restaurants in Pandara Road Market, Karol Bagh and Connaught Place (Pindi and Gulati on Pandara Road and Kake da Hotel in Connaught Place) also specialize in Punjabi food.
 
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