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India Food Tour offers exciting food tours  in a number of cities across India. As each province in India boasts of a unique culture and cuisine, these food tours are an excellent way of experiencing the all the aspects in one exciting day out. These are enjoyable way to make your trip to India memorable, delicious and can be grouped alongside most sightseeing tours.

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Mizoram food is mild in taste and is tinted with influences of Chinese cuisine. What makes Mizoram’s food special, is its traditional style of serving on the banana leaves. The …
The snow-clad mountains, lush green valleys, the freshness in the air, tranquillity in the environment, these are a few things that describe Himachal Pradesh at its best. From the road …
Meghalaya’s natural attractions are the reason why tourists come here once, but the food is why tourists  keep coming back. Meghalaya has three Mongoloid tribes and many distinct dishes to …
Manipur has been dubbed “The Jewelled Land” due to its natural beauty. The food of Manipur is considered to be very healthy as they use a fresh vegetables a lot. …
When it comes to food, Maharashtra will never disappoint you. From the world famous pav bhaji to the delicious bhelpuri, Maharashtra has a lot to offer to food lovers. It …
Madhya Pradesh is a food haven for vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike and the passion for food runs deep in the veins of its people. It is not at all surprising …
The food of Kerala is a blend of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. It includes a variety of items like fish, poultry and red meat. Rice, fish and coconut are …
The food from Karnataka includes a wide range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes and comprises of various cuisines that include Udupi, Malnadu and Mangalorean cuisine. Ragi and rice are the …
The cuisine of Jharkhand is not very different from its neighboring Bihar. The food of Jharkhand is very light on the stomach and easy to digest. Dhuska is a popular …
Haryana is one of the wealthiest states in India with kindhearted people. The occupation of the majority of the people is agriculture and dairy. Predominantly, Haryanvi diet is a vegetarian …
Gujarati food is more than just Dhokla. North Gujarat, Kacch, Kathiyawad and Surti Gujarat are the four major regions of Gujarat and each of these bring their own uniqueness to …
Goa is popular not only for its beaches, parties and nightlife, but it also has some superb street foods. Street food in Goa excels in all aspects and there is …
Being a state which produces staple food in abundance, a great part of the foods of Chhattisgarh consists of the staple crops such as Rice, Bajra, Jawar. The food of …
The cuisine of Bihar is largely similar to North Indian cuisine but has influences from other East Indian cuisines especially Bengali cuisine. The scrumptious and exotic Bihari dishes are highly …
Assam offers just the right kind of flavours to tickle your taste buds. With a wide variety of indigenous food to offer, Assamese food is famous for its distinct flavoring …
Arunachal Pradesh street food differs from tribe to tribe. As one move toward the eastern side of Arunachal people are dependent on bamboo and other leafy vegetables which are strictly …
Traveling makes everybody a better person. We end our adventure happier than we started off. Travel makes one a better individual as well as a more interesting one as well. …
This photo series highlights best of street food items from different regions in India. First is Jammu. Kimb a citrus fruit is skinned, juice & seeds squeezed out and then …
Press Release: Thai Food Festival at Mei Kun, Kempinski Ambience Hotel Delhi ~An Expedition to Thailand with internationally renowned Chef Kwanruean Saegsitong from Siam Kempinski Bangkok~   New Delhi 9th …
Ambrosia Bliss is situated right in the middle of New Delhi in Connaught Place. This  property is barely 4 months old but has become famous for it’s food, interiors and …