When you encounter an Indian, the two major things we Indians talk about is our heritage and our love of culture for food. Many foreign restaurants righteously boast about their culture and system prevailing in their etiquettes. These are 5 things you might have known but never gave a second thought to it. Food is very hearty and liked topic for everybody. Whether you can cook, or you like relishing the taste, everyone does end up talking about it. There is a certain design, certain promotion and certain sense for everyone liking different tastes and different styles in food. And to this fact many restaurateurs can attest to. Probably this is the reason, there are plenty of Indian food festivals that are upcoming. The passion, the zeal for food and curating food is the major catalyst for some new fundas that are getting known in food industry these days. Following facts are prevalent and have created many new systems that are fun to know what the latest buzz in food and dining industry is.
1. Given any Indian food, the use of spices and its measurement differs subtly. With this subtle difference many things change in every food item.
2. The fashion of serving also differs from every individual to every culture in India. When we sit upright to eat our food in city, there is a certain style of richness and modernity when a plate is produced in front of us. Go straight into the interiors and you will find a difference in serving but the richness of the platter still exists.
3. The ambience of Indian restaurants is majestically modern. It is in fact a combination of the western culture mixed with our regional trends. This Indo-western style in ambience, serving, inventory and taste in fact makes us love our culture even more.
4. This trend did not just set in hotels and restaurants but even in food manufacturing industry. The chocolate as a sweet is a system only prevailing in India. Or the serving of Saunf, you will never find such in any western cafe or restaurant.
5. The number of plate, glass and spoon are in plenty when we dine in typical Indian restaurant. There is a certain system even in India to show that they have finished their food. When you move your plate a little upwards, you are subtly showcasing the head person that you have completely adored their food and enjoyed every last bite.