In North India, roadside diners are commonly known as dhabbas. For generations, these family run establishments have been captivating hungry travellers with their own menu of closely guarded recipes, passed on from father to son. The Dhabba presents real North Indian cuisine in its finest form.
South India is a land with a unique cuisine. The food is light yet nourishing, subtle yet spicy and the combination of rice, coconut, lentils, seafood and regional spices give South Indian food a distinctive taste easily differentiated from any other region of India.