Originally posted by: Skinner@spitze_udz: Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Nepal (if situation is stable), otherwise Darjeeling + Sikkim and maybe Himachal Pradesh
Originally posted by: DinoWow,spite-udz and machadinha's posts are making me salivate.Don't forget to try a thali.Ask about for recommendations for a restaurant that does a good one.It's a great way to try different veg dishes and usually good value.I think machadinha was alluding to this with the banana leaf comment as they're served on the leaf and it's great fun to eat with your hand like the locals.With regards to breakfast I have three words,DOSA,DOSA,DOSA!
Originally posted by: lonelyaztecSpitze ,
U have missed sea food completely...pls. include that as well...
In south India
fish - meen
prawn - yera
sear fish - vanjiram
carb - nandu
If you in kerala, don't miss the Kerala fish curry.....curry meen in particular.
Fish - machi
U can get tandoori fish, tandoori prawn and tandoori crab also.
Originally posted by: SkinnerI'm going to visit North India. Thanks to everyone for the replies. Now i'm going to be able to survive. What do you eat when travelling longer distances by train? I would prefer to buy my own snacks before the trip instead of eating the stuff which is offered on the train.
Originally posted by: spitze_udzMachadhina is confused in dal fry and dal makhanai.... its not the same..... both are made of different dal. Dal fry will be usually yellow dal and dal makhani is black dal(masoor)