India is rich in culture and cuisine, thanks to its demographical diversity. Each state of the country brings a flavour of heritage, traditions, culture, and lip-smacking delicacies. The country offers gastronomical experiences at every nook and corner. These Indian eateries are so iconic that they have often crossed borders on this roller coaster of flavours for the world to see. As shared on Instagram by 'Taste Atlas', these 7 Indian eateries are among the top 150 legendary restaurants in the world expanding the Indian palate to the world's culinary experiences.
Famous Indian Eateries That Made It To Taste Atlas' World's Most Legendary Restaurants
1. Paragon, Kozhikode
This eatery is popular for its biryani and was ranked 11th rank on the list. Other popular dishes at Paragon include the Kozhikode Biryani or the Malabar Biryani, Ghee Rice with meat curry, a whole host of sea-food preparations (prawns, mussels, mackerel, sea-fish), and paper-thin Pathiris as accompaniments to the spicy gravy.
2. Tunday Kababi, Lucknow
The legendary Tunday Kababi in Lucknow grabbed the 12th spot on the list and it is no surprise to see its position on the esteemed list. The melt-in-the-mouth Mutton Tunday Kebabs and Warqi Paranthas are simply iconic. Chicken Masala Curry, Sheermal Roti, and Firni are other popular dishes served here.
3. Peter Cat, Kolkata
Kolkata's Peter Cat made it to the 17th rank on the list. This iconic restaurant is located at the Park Street locality of Kolkata. The famous Chelo Kebab of Peter Cat is the must-try item as vouched by locals.
4. Amrik's Sukhdev Dhaba, Murthal
This go-to spot for Delhiites for crunchy parathas and finger-licking North-Indian food secured the 23rd spot. This famed eatery was founded by Sardar Prakash Singh in 1956 mainly to cater to the needs of truck drivers and is looked after by his sons Amrik Singh and Sukhdev Singh, currently as stated on their website. The delicious meal of dal roti, sabzi, and rice was served initially. Currently, they have an expansive menu including multi-cuisine options.
5. Mavalli Tiffin Rooms, Bangalore
Mavalli Tiffin Rooms in Bangalore grabbed the 39th rank on the list. This eatery serves authentic South Indian cuisine and its specialities include Rava Idli, Masala Dosa, Chandrahara, Bissibelle Bhat, Khara Bhat, Kesari Bhat, and more.
6. Karim's, New Delhi
Karim's in New Delhi is ranked 87th on the list. The signature dishes at the eatery include Mutton Burra and Mutton Stew. Besides this, there are kebabs, korma, mutton stew, and fresh Indian tandoori rotis. A visit to Delhi is almost incomplete without dining at this historic eating joint.
7. Ramashray, Mumbai
At 112th rank is Mumbai's popular South Indian joint, Ramashray. Located in the Matunga region in Mumbai, the eatery is always flooded with customers, especially in the early hours on weekends The stand-out menu at Ramshray includes Kadi Idli, Upma Podi, and Fruit Sheera. The 'Podi' or gunpowder sprinkled on the breakfast dishes add to its taste in many ways.
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