In reality, northern cuisine uses yogurt to marinate meats, their sauces are cream based, and their staple is wheat. Southern cuisine is spicier to accompany the blandness of their staple, rice, and uses coconut in many forms as an ingredient. In the East, mustard oil and fish are basics in everyday cooking, while the west coast works magic with numerous varieties of vegetables and lentils.
We advise our guests to be vigilant and drink only bottled water and avoid fresh salads and street foods, to make the gastronomic journey a happy memory. We recommend interesting places that you would not be aware of, let alone, visit. Through us, you can safely explore different culinary flavors, and experience meals at friends’ homes and local cafes.
Cuisine in India is as diverse as it is delicious.
It is influenced by various cultures, civilizations, and geographies – from the snow capped Himalayas in the north to the tropics in the south, and from the desert in the west to the rainforest in the east. Spices play a significant role in evolution of Indian cuisine. They not only provide rich flavors and aroma but also nutritional and medicinal benefits.
A culinary journey through gourmet India will remove the word "curry" from your vocabulary once you discover it was a generic commercial product of the East India Company.