Food is the best thing that has happened to human kind. Imagine a tree full of fruits, ripe and luscious looking. What if you could pluck them from the trees but could not eat them? What if you were never designed to chew and swallow and revel in the flavours bursting and popping and punching in your mouth? How unjust life would be! Food makes everything better. Do you remember the fit you threw last time when you were starving and nothing but the delicious dahi kadi could do to make you feel nice? That’s the power of food. Food preparation varies in different parts of the country but the most common is gujrati food. Gujrati food is simple and honest, not to mention absolutely delicious.
The best place to polish off a fare that is authentic and pure gujrati is a traditional gujrati home. If you can’t get hold of that, Indian restaurants work just fine. These restaurants bring gujrat in their midst with their lip-smacking preparations. When one speaks of a traditional gujrati fare, the first thing that comes to the mind is the light, golden dhokla with a moist texture so delicious you could eat your fingers without even realizing it. But there’s more to it than meets the eye. These restaurants bring to the patrons a list of dishes so long, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
The staff looks after the guests in terms of the traditional gujrati hospitality. They are welcomed warmly into their abode with open arms and showered with lots of love. The ambience at Indian restaurants is typical of the Indian culture with dim lighting, grand chandeliers and authentic looking embroidered table cloths and cushions. This ambience goes well with the Indian food, simple yet authentic. The mere atmosphere holds you captive. It takes you into the times of the rajas and maharajas who feasted upon these delights.
The cuisine of Gujrat which mainly comprises of vegetarian fare. Gujrati thali is the famous and most delicious array of the popular items that comprise gujarati food. A typical thali consists of the soft roti, warm golden pool of dal tempered with aromatic spices, an assortment of shaak or sabzi which is nothing but vegetable preparations in the presence of rich ghee. Some of these preparations are sweet which make it extremely delicious and gives a flavour that is different from that of regular food. This thali also consists of khichadi which is a delicious semi solid preparation and buttermilk to wash down the food. A smattering of farsan makes its way into the thali. Those having a sweet tooth rejoice! Srikhand and moong dal halwa are a typical gujrati household dessert. This tempting array of irresistible fare makes everyone salivate and the best that Gujarat can offer.
Gujarati food is savoured by all the communities in India. This vegetarian cuisine is a blend of sweet and spicy flavours. Gujarati’s are known to have an impassioned inclination towards sweets. Their traditional specialities like Malpua, Basundi, Kaju Katli and Jalebi is loved by every Indian. Gujarati’s are vegetarians therefore their cuisine encompasses delicacies without meat. Gujarati Thali is most popular dish all over the globe. The Thali is a big steel plate in which food is served. The food pattern consists of Rice, bread, curry, vegetable, two or more side dishes and sugar coated treats. Gujarati food is admired by all communities because it displays a fusion of different culinary skills. Cities like Mumbai which has a large migrated ratio love exploring different cuisines. The people of Mumbai do not restrict themselves to one particular cuisine. They are well acquainted with food items by the myriad communities in the country.
Indian food restaurants have been playing a crucial role in introducing various cuisines and dishes to the table. Restaurants are the only place wherein people have the liberty to eat what they wish. AT home due to lack of supplies it is impossible to invent and ideate new dishes. A restaurant plays a host and represents every community that is known for its culinary delights. Indian food is a pastiche of spices, herbs, fruits, vegetables, meat and other condiments. All these ingredients create an outburst of flavours that culminate into an aromatic experience. During the weekends, you will notice a swarm of people flocking to restaurants. In fact it becomes difficult to gain access to a restaurant during peak hours. The host gives an option to wait in the queue or find another eatery.