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Dos and Don’ts at a Fine Dining Indian Restaurant

India's food landscape is exploding with fresh flavours, methods, and ingredients after two difficult years for the hospitality sector. 2022 has been dubbed the year for the Indian Fine Dining Industry, and chefs throughout the globe are promoting Indian cuisine, introducing cities to lesser-known cuisines, blending ancient culinary techniques with contemporary cuisine, and redefining ideas about what constitutes a balanced diet. That is why fine dining surrey is a good start to introducing yourself to Indian Cuisine.

Here are some guidelines for dining with Indians and eating their cuisine so that you are aware of what to do and what not to do:

  • Indians frequently eat with their hands only and do not use cutlery. 
  • Additionally, remember that you can only use your right hand to eat because using your left is considered impure and unpleasant.
  • Indians frequently share their meals. As a result, if you go out to dinner with some buddies, make sure you share the food.
  • Make sure you don't have any leftover food when you're done eating. 
  • It is polite to wait for the senior to complete eating before getting up from your seat.


 These are only a few appropriate methods for consuming Indian food. Indian food is one of the tastiest in the world. So go out with your friends to eat at a fine-dining Indian Restaurant and try out some of these tips. 

Dos and Don’ts at a Fine Dining Indian Restaurant

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