You might have eaten Indian in an Indian restaurant in your own country (not India). But eating Indian in India might be an entirely different experience. Do you know why Indians generally eat with their fingers? Do you know why Indians frown when someone eats with his/her left hand? Do you know, Indian restaurants serve a "finger bowl" to cleanse one's fingers after eating? Do you know what exactly is a "Punjabi Dhaba"? Do you know what is a "Thali" and why it is better to order a vegetarian or non-vegetarian "Thali" by the first-timers in India? Is it wise to order a plate of "Samosas" as appetizers? Should you eat the "Saunf" that is served free after each meal in an Indian restaurant? What exactly is "Dal" or "Dhal" and why is it good for you?
To get answers to all these and to get practical tips for visiting India for the first time, you are encouraged to read Eating Indian (in India). The page is loaded with practical information and tips for first-timers in India.
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