In this tour we included Top Destinations which is very famous for Indian Food in Northern Region as well they have Touristic Important Places too. Which is entitled “Golden Triangle” in Indian Tourism; we added here delicious taste of India.
• Learn to cook like a typical Indian family.
• Experience an Authentic meal in a local home.
• Interact with a local family and get to know their way of life.
• Cook and Eat like a Family member instead of outsiders.
• Special Focus on Indian Vegetarian Food.
• A Selection of Some Important Spices as a Gift.
• Exclusive recipe for use back home.
• Visit some memorable monuments of India.
for its street food. The variety consists of snacks, especially chaat.
If you wish to enjoy it, shed your high-brow attitude to soak in the flavours and delicacies. Come on, everybody… Yes, it’s a kind of celebration in congregation. Chandni Chowk resembles a fair every day. The streets are lined with halwais (sweet-sellers), namkeenwallahs (sellers of savouries) and paranthewallahs
(sellers of rich, flaky breads soaked in ghee). A good idea would be to start with the Paranthewali Gali. It became a famous gourmet locality when the parantha shops moved here in the 1870s. This lane has been the haunt of many celebrities of India. In the years after Independence, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru and his family members – Indira Gandhi and Vijaylaxmi Pandit – came here to take their parantha meals. Jayaprakash Narayan and Atal Behari Vajpayee were also among the regular visitors.
When you are in Old Delhi, you just can’t miss the food there. The streets buzz with activity and are filled with the aroma of food. For the connoisseurs, there are restaurants like Karim’s. For the food historians, there’s a chance to taste Butter Chicken at Moti Mahal.(Butter Chicken or Murgh Makhani is an Indian Dish, Popular all over the world. The origins of Butter Chicken can be traced back to Delhi, During the period of Mughal Empire. Butter Chicken Recipe was invented by a person working in the kitchen staff of a famous Restaurant called “Moti Mahal” located in Daryaganj, the central region of Delhi.)
According to time you can visit Jama Masjid, Red fort. Return your hotel and halt at night.
Food in Agra is very delectable and suits the palette of every food lover in this world. The varieties of meat dishes prepared in exotic spices with a traditional touch are an added attraction for every tourist visiting this marvellous city. The very scrumptious Mughlai food prepared in a creamy mixture of cream, curd, nuts and milk are a speciality of Agra and is easily available in most of the restaurants of the city. The famous food of Agra is Daal Moth and Petha which is available with most of the sweetmeat shops. You can choose from a wide variety of Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian food as well as a variety of international cuisine. Tourists from all walks of life can enjoy a fulfilling experience of eating and relishing the famous food in Agra as well as its specialities without being disappointed. From a great main course to scrumptious snacks, Agra food is definitely worth eating.
Enjoy an appetizing meal with your loved one by indulging in some good Agra cuisine. Stay overnight at hotel.
There is an amazing variety on offer and one can try everything from the most awesome sweets like Ghewar which is a speciality of this royal city to piping hot pyaaz kachoris which are an absolute favourite of the locals with a cup of tea. The local dishes in Jaipur are robust and beaming with spices and is an absolutely integral to Rajasthani culture. Night at Hotel in Jaipur.
Evening transferred to the Railway Station for board to Delhi. Night in train.