Monday, 10 April 2017

Vegetarian food in Europe: A taste of India on holidays

Vegetarian food in Europe: A taste of India on holidays

The most recommended Indian vegetarian treats in Europe

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To be hungry is to be curious. To be a vegetarian is to be persistent. To be an Indian vegetarian is to be lucky. When you are travelling and eating, finding vegetarian sustenance is not just a matter of asking: “Do you have anything vegetarian?” Depending on where you are, “Do you have anything vegetarian?” has to be followed with an arsenal of inquiries, from “Can you make that without fish sauce?” to “Are the beans cooked in lard or oil?” The good news is that if you are planning a Europe holiday, you can expect an epicurean veggie feast to suit your Indian palate across the biggest cities of Europe. Here’s a list of highly recommended Indian restaurants to help you feel at home while holidaying across various cities in Europe.


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London has more vegetarian and vegan establishments than anywhere else in the UK, with around 130 completely vegetarian restaurants. 
In London, Drummond Street is a safe bet. It is home to Chutneys, the Diwana Bhel Poori House and the Ravi Shankar, all longstanding vegetarian favorites.


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There are several Indian restaurants in the hip and happening Berlin. While Guru in Charlottenburg with its very affordable and equally delectable menu is a hit especially for its Malai Kofta and Peshawari Naan, the Indian locals in Berlin vouch for Chutnify. The colorful interior is decorated with a lot of love to detail and has a super-cosy feeling, the menu comes in between two cardboard wraps and sounds very exciting (including loads of vegan options!): read sweet potato Ragda patty with Masala chickpea mix in a soft wheat bun or Channa Masala rice bowl with chickpeas. The heart of the menu, however, are the dosas, thin vegan lentil-rice pancakes filled with all kinds of things and accompanied by a choice of chutneys, spicy, sour and sweet. Some of the highly recommended dishes here include Bombay Bhel and Mean Green Dosa, a dosa filled with green-chutney-marinated paneer cheese, served with, of course, a variety of chutneys.


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Unearth the best Indian cooking in your holiday to Europe, from warm kormas to fusion naan burgers. Paris is no exception to keeping this celebration of Indian feasts alive. Not always famed for its selection of restaurants offering spicy delicacies, Paris nevertheless hosts a healthy range of Indian restaurants to cure curry cravings. One of the longstanding favorites of Indian vegetarian diners in Paris  is Krishna Bhavan. Don’t miss their special vegetarian thaali – that includes six mini-dishes of vegetables surrounding a dome of rice arrived, topped with crunchiest pappads. The menu offers a huge choice of dishes from Southern India, ranging from dosa to iddiyapam along with a culinary ride with spicy potatoes and green beans, a tasty aubergine and tomato curry, and cabbage with coconut and mustard seeds, all authentically and endearingly Indian.

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Globally renowned Saravana Bhavan has opened its newest restaurant in Amsterdam. Europe holidays can enthrall us with a global feast but nothing that feels like home to the homeless with the most authentic Indian food full of fresh aroma laden with warm Indian spices. For fantastic home feels, dig into a range of Indian specialties from “Cheese Masala Dosa” to “Saravanaa Special Meal” – a veggie thali featuring no less than ten little dishes, plus rice, chapatti and pappads.

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If you are a pure vegetarian in a foreign land and don't know where to eat, one place you can always depend on is Govinda’s run by ISKCON. You fill find a center in most European cities including Stockholm. Run by devotees of ISKCON , they serve pure veg food (with no onion & garlic) and their thalis are good for a wholesome meal. Don’t miss their Krishna prasadam – a scrumptious meal offered during the early evening hours.


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An unpretentious little place that's well known for its vegan/vegetarian Jain-Indian food in Antwerp is Aahaar - one of the most popular go-to eateries for all Indian tourists. Famous for having no menu but just an eat-all-you-like Indian pure veggie buffet with five mains, two sweets and rice.


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If you’re up for some dal-chawal with the stars at the top of Europe, authentic Indian food awaits you in the middle of the glacier panorama at 3'454 metres above sea level at The Restaurant Bollywood, Jungfraujoch. You can sample the steamed rice, dal, vegetable and various Indian curries, with champagne and Swiss chocolate, as your eyes roam around the 100-odd posters from Bollywood and regional Indian cinema at one end and an unobstructed view of the longest glacier in Europe at the other end. The aroma of desi food like chhole-batoore and the growling of hungry-for-Indian-food stomachs makes the restaurant host about 1,000 foodies and Bollywood fans every day. For pure Jain meals, Maharaja Indian Restaurant at Interlaken is highly recommended.  Our Swiss friends ensure we don’t miss home when they host us.

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