Where to taste the best food in Chandigarh?


Where to taste the best food in Chandigarh?

As you land in Chandigarh you cannot deny that the city is the best planned of all. Chandigarh is considered as the first planned city of India and it is truly a delight to the explorer. Besides, the city also houses some great food joint. Read on

With several spots to appreciate, Chandigarh is another age city and that is extremely obvious in light of the fact that the building design talks. Le Corbusier, the Swiss-French draftsman composed the city, themed it around a living being wherein the Capitol Complex (government structures) speaks to the mind of the city; Sector-17 as the heart for it is the clamoring center point with shopping centers, inns, eateries, and bars; the various greenery enclosures are the lungs; et cetera. Every segment is very much arranged and all around prepared, taking into account the necessities of the general population. Ensure you set aside some time out to see the Open Hand Monument, typical of the city and speaking to peace, congruity and solidarity among humanity.

When it comes to the culinary side of the city. Chandigarh houses some of the greatest places to eat and savour. If you are travelling from other cities of the country, especially Mumbai, there you will find hundreds of amazing restaurants with different themes and cuisine from almost across the world. However, Chandigarh is no less. Take Mumbai to Chandigarh flights and ply to the city today itself to try some of the greatest dishes of all time.

Serving delightful Global dishes is one of the mottoes of the best restaurants of Chandigarh. Here is a list of 4 places to have some heavenly food.

1) Pal Dhaba: Away from all the advanced structures, stands the modest Pal Dhaba, one of the most established diners in the city. A glance at their lobby of acclaim and you discover that it is gigantically mainstream among Bollywood celebs as well. The Aloo Parantha and Butter Roti, which came trickling in desi makhani, and combined them with Kadai Paneer, Dal Makhani, Rogan Josh, and Keema Kaleji every one of the dishes here is sweet-smelling and lip-smacking great; no big surprise they are so renowned!

2) Swagat Restaurant: Steering far from the bistros, this exquisite eatery serves North Indian, South Indian and Chinese, despite the fact that they are prevalently known for their Coastal Mangalorean toll. A portion of the must-tries incorporates Koliwada Prawns, Chicken 65, Mangalorean Gassi (made in coconut-based sauce with your decision of fish and meat), Malabari Fish Curry (made in fiery tamarind-based sauce) and numerous more will without a doubt bring you back.

3) Monica’s : This interesting bakery might trick you with its size, however, it offers some stupendous cakes and baked goods. It is one of the most established nearby and has a devoted fan taking after. The twofold chocolate, apple walnut, dull cherry, and musical drama cakes are well known, yet it is the Mud Cake which you must taste.

4) Nik Baker’s: For those of you who enjoy baked foods, this spot is an absolute visit and they have a bounty on offer. You can drop by for a fast snack of quiches and tarts, or have a generous dinner of burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and pasta.

There are several other places in all over the country to enjoy and cherish. Of Course, Goa is another destination which offers some exclusive Indo-Portuguese style dishes. Mumbai to Goa flights is regularly available. Book ticket and have a great food trail!

Author Bio: Sandeep is an experienced travel writer and enthusiast blogger. He has explored many known and less-known places in India in the last 10 years. His experience adds to his expert knowledge on the best hotels, different travel routes through trains, flights, and road. He also specializes in off-beat places to eat and stay at. He also advises amateur tourists on travel tips.

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