Enjoying An Ethnic Dining Experience

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Indian food is well known and well-loved because of the different tastes, intricacies, stories and culture involved. Every dish is like unravelling a story and the dining experience is something which a lot of people will never forget. The warmth of the restaurants and the traditional adornments, coupled with the delicious dishes, creates an experience which many will rejoice in telling their friends and family about.

The same goes for Asian food; from black pepper sauce to Peking duck, every dish has its own story!

This blog post reveals why seeking the best restaurant can gift you with an ethnic dining experience which will blow your mind.

When you go for a meal out with family or friends, there is a lot more to the occasion than simply eating fine food. If you go to a restaurant which has no particular theme and just serves a mixed menu you will find that there is something missing, and that something is a lack of culture. By going to a restaurant based on a certain country or culture, such as India or China, you get to have a taste of what the community, traditions, culture, adornment, religion and customs are all about. This is something which cannot be replicated via anything else and it truly makes a dining experience so much more than a quick bite to eat.

The best restaurant will be able to provide you with a memorable experience. Let’s take Indian food as an example. Indian food and culture have a lot more layers and intrigue to it in comparison to some of the other food types on offer in the city. The main reason for this is because of the vast range of different cuisines available based on the different regions within India. This means that there is a lot more to Indian food than meets the eye and thus you can learn a lot about the different areas of the country via the different dishes on offer. To give you further insight, the following are a mere handful of the regional cuisines on offer; Sindhi, Manipuri, Awadhi, Gujarati, Oriya, Punjabi, Naga, Marathi, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Andhra, Karnataka, Assamese, Kashmiri and more. 

Nevertheless, the regions of India are not the only influences behind the food that is on offer. Both religion and history heavily influence Indian cuisine and thus the dining experience is enriched in interesting ethnicity. A lot of the cuisines are influenced via the beliefs of Hinduism and Jainism – for example, there are a lot of vegetarian-based dishes because of this. In addition to this, Muslimism has also influenced Indian cuisine with Tandoor marinade and Biryani rice being two of the most popular results of influence. 

All in all, if you are going to a restaurant then you need to make sure that you seek the best. After all, you will benefit from a lot more than the tasty food itself; you will enlighten yourself to a new culture which is filled with stories and with so many layers to peel off. At the end of the day, that’s what an occasion is all about.