For the 2nd stop on the tour we will initially be heading north/northwest with our final heading being south/southwest over a total of 11706 kms arriving in central India.
Think of India and one of the first things that comes to mind is its diversity. A large country, its population is second only to China, its languages are numerous and every state (of which there are 28 and seven Union territories) is unique in its traditions and very importantly, its food. In fact, food from one region may actually be totally alien to a person from another region! The common thread that runs through most Indian food though, is the use of numerous spices to create flavor and aroma.
This is also not the first time the group has dined at this family owned and operated restaurant. The food was amazing and on a Monday evening a group of us took a cooking class from the chef where he provided a wealth of information about Indian cuisine and then helped us to create our own authentic Indian food from the family recipes. Opportunities abound.