Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Flights to India for a Gratifying Eating Experience

Food is what makes tickets for holidays to India a highly revered commodity for the foodies. The delicious Indian food leaves you speechless with its unique flavours and aroma that emanate from its cuisines served in hotels, restaurants and myriad eateries in the streets.

India is a veritable vortex of as many tastes and flavours as it is of various cultures. The north Indian food seems to be a cut above the rest with its extremely high popularity and is worth your air travel to this part of the country.

No wonder, Chicken Tikka masala is the most popular dish in restaurants in Britain and has been referred "a true British national dish. It is served in restaurants across the world and is found to be one in seven curries sold in the UK. For sure, many Britons have it as one of the compelling reasons for booking cheap flights to India!

Delhi, the food capital of India, offers implausible variety to epicureans hopping on cheap flights to India. Gorge on mouth watering street food (yet hygienic) at Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid on a tour to Old Delhi or devour the delectable cuisines at popular restaurants on a trip to Connaught Place - Bukhara, Delhi Darbar, The Dhaba restaurant of The Claridges and Kebab Factory to name a few.

Not far from Delhi, Jaipur is another paradise for food lovers. Chokhi Dhani, Moti Mahal Deluxe, Apno Gaon, Natraj and Four Seasons are few names in Jaipur that realise the cost of your flights to India with every single bite you take on the delectable cuisines served here. Jaipur is well connected to Delhi with domestic airlines offering cheap flights.

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