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Real Indian Food has a chain of top Indian Restaurants in London. You can make your reservation in any of the restaurants that runs under it. Along with stylish ambience, customers can enjoy authentic Indian food cooked by the chefs from different regions of India.

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We have a range of special offers & exclusive menus at all our Indian restaurants & informal brasseries around London…

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Real Indian Food has a chain of top Indian Restaurants in London. You can make your reservation in any of the restaurants that runs under it. Along with stylish ambience, customers can enjoy authentic Indian food cooked by the chefs from different regions of India.

 

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Five Enjoyable Indian Recipes For Vegans

Five Enjoyable Indian Recipes For Vegans | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it
Many think that veganism – the practise of abstaining from the use of animal and dairy products, particularly in terms of dietary decisions – can lead to an extremely restricted choice of meals. Although Indian cuisine caters well to vegetarians (there is reported to be around 500 million vegetarians living in India, more than anywhere else in the ...
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Delicacies of Old Delhi

Delicacies of Old Delhi | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

There is an infinite variety of good eating options available in New Delhi. From the distinguished hotels of South Deli, to the upmarket restaurants of Connaught Palace, there are many quality establishments for the diner looking for a sit-down experience. In terms of street food, there are also many notable street vendors serving delicacies such as aloo-chaat; meaning that whatever your budget, there are some delicious options in the capital.

 

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Five Indian Dishes You Must Try Before You Die

Five Indian Dishes You Must Try Before You Die | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

There are so many fabulous Indian dishes out there, some more well-known than others. Everyone knows about the fluffy naan, the succulent chicken tikka and India’s answer to ice-cream: kulfi. However, there are some more unusual dishes out there that you simply must experience. Next time you’re at an Indian restaurant, go for something a little different and you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

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Ibiza Bora Bora – India’s Love Of Leafy Greens

Ibiza Bora Bora – India’s Love Of Leafy Greens | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

We all know we should eat our greens: it’s something that has been drilled into us from a very early age. They’re an essential part of any diet, providing fibre and vital vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron and magnesium. Indian cuisine is known for its extensive use of leafy greens – commonly called ‘saag’. Most people probably know this word from famous Indian dishes such as ‘saagaloo’ and ‘saagpaneer’. However, the word ‘saag’ is a generic term for various greens – from spinach and mustard leaves to amaranth and fenugreek leaves. Over in the UK, however, it is just spinach that usually comes to mind when we hear the word ‘saag’.

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Black Cumin – What Is It?

Black Cumin – What Is It? | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

Everyone has heard of cumin – it’s one of the most iconic spices to spring to mind when thinking of Indian cuisine and one of the main components of the famous Garam Masala spice blend. But what is black cumin? Well, it’s certainly related to regular cumin, but differs dramatically in both taste and appearance. The seed is darker (almost black), smaller and thinner than its family members(belonging to the family of the flowering plant Apiaceae - parsley family); it also tastes much sweeter than regular cumin, with a lemon-y flavour and caraway-like notes.

 

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Cinnamon – Tamil Nadu And Beyond

Cinnamon – Tamil Nadu And Beyond | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

 

Cinnamon is highly aromatic and has a sweet aroma that is both delicate and intense.With its fragrant and warm taste it is well suited to both sweet and savoury dishes.Cinnamon is available as quills, quillings (broken quills), as a powder and an essential oil. It is often dry roasted to intensify the flavour before its use in a range of Indian dishes and spice preparations.

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The Use Of Dried Ginger In Punjabi Cuisine

The Use Of Dried Ginger In Punjabi Cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

Dried ginger is often used to marinade tandoori starters– including both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Tandoori Paneer Tikka is an extremely popular snack or starter in Punjab. This dish consists of marinated paneer that is cooked in the tandoor.

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The Use Of Curry Leaves In Kerala Cuisine

The Use Of Curry Leaves In Kerala Cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

Most good Indian restaurants in London, understand the importance of herbs and spices, as their skilled regional chefs are experts when it comes to using the perfect balance of spices in their dishes.

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Specialities Of Lucknow Cuisine

Specialities Of Lucknow Cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

Make your way to seven informal brassieres style restaurants and three exceptional dining of Real Indian Food Plunge into the tantalising food prepared using both classical and traditional methods.

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Meat Dishes in Rajasthani Cuisine

Meat Dishes in Rajasthani Cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

 

realindianfood.com is the best amongst all the London Indian restaurants. We offer memorable and enjoyable dining experiences through authentic Indian food.

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Real Indian Food has a chain of top Indian Restaurants in London. You can make your reservation in any of the restaurants that runs under it. Along with stylish ambience, customers can enjoy authentic Indian food cooked by the chefs from different regions of India.

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We offer a variety of outside catering options for corporate events, weddings & intimate gatherings to help make your event a memorable occasion…
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Real Indian Food has a chain of top Indian Restaurants in London. You can make your reservation in any of the restaurants that runs under it. Along with stylish ambience, customers can enjoy authentic Indian food cooked by the chefs from different regions of India.

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The Tradition Of Bihari Cuisine

The Tradition Of Bihari Cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

It is no secret that food is important in India. It is such an integral part of life in India that the country’s cuisine has blended with its culture, traditions and ethos. Look at India state-by-state and you will see distinct flavours, aromas and tastes as you move across this vast expanse of land. Look a little deeper and you will discover differences in cooking styles and techniques as you move between urban and rural locations – even household to household.

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8 Things You Might Not Know About Curry

8 Things You Might Not Know About Curry | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

There are certain things that most of us already know about curry. You know it is an integral part of British cuisine. You are probably also aware it is available as a flavour for crisps, a pizza topping and a sauce to pour over your chips. WhenRobin Cook declared chicken tikka masala a British national dish.

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The Power Of Pepper

The Power Of Pepper | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it
Piper nigrum or kali mirch, more commonly known as black pepper, has been known to Indian cooking since 2BCE and has been a highly prized trade good since ...
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Shallots in Goan cuisine

Shallots in Goan cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it
Goa occupies an enviable spot on the western Indian coastline along the Arabian Sea. It is the smallest Indian state by area,is the fourth smallest by population and is in a region known as the Kon...
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Tamil-Style Biryanis

Tamil-Style Biryanis | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

The traditional Tamil biryani is a one-pot dish, making it different intaste, technique and appearance to many biryanis from other areas of India. By contrast, the Kerala biryani involves many stages in the cooking process – and if you are following the Kerala style, be prepared to use quite a few pots.

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Desserts Of Gujarati Cuisine

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GaramGolapadi, also known as ‘Sukhadi’ in some parts of Gujarat, is another delicious dessert. Unlike many others, this pudding does not use any milk. Instead, it uses whole wheat flour and ghee which are combined and then mixed with jaggery, fennel seeds, poppy seeds and cardamom.

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The Use Of Mustard In Punjabi Cuisine

The Use Of Mustard In Punjabi Cuisine | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

 

The restaurants operate either as single or as multiple establishments delivering different Indian cuisines. Most of these popular Indian restaurant chains in London look into the taste of gourmands before serving them with something extraordinarily tasty.

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Speciality of Konkani Cuisine: Kokum

Speciality of Konkani Cuisine: Kokum | Real Indian Food | Scoop.it

If you are looking for flavours like these in the UK, head to one of the best Indian restaurants in London where you can cherish some fine dining moments right in the heart of London.

 

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Cuisines from Four Corners of India

 

realindianfood.com is considered to be the best Indian restaurant in London. We serve authentic Indian food cooked by the chefs from different regions of India.

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