Amazing Fusion Food Serving Restaurants In India

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Amazing Fusion Food Serving Restaurants In India

“All you need is love. But a little food now and then doesn’t hurt.”

Everyone becomes Joey when it comes to food: Joey doesn’t share food, yes F.R.I.E.N.D.S. reference. And ethically, you shouldn’t do that either. Why share food when you can buy it yourself? The preference will be to choose food over people. Food over everything, to be precise.

Fusion dining is so in nowadays. Just in case you don’t know what fusion food is, Fusion cuisine is a blend of two or more regional or international cuisines. If done right, the results are deliciously amazing.

This article is going to be a delight for all the food lovers. So, get ready for some foodgasm.

Here is a list of some amazing fusion food serving restaurants to grab it.

1 Indian Accent, New Delhi

Indian Accent is a modern and ultra-contemporary restaurant that serves mouth-watering food with oh-so-amazing presentation. Away from city’s hustle bustle, it is an epitome of creative cooking. The interiors are so breath-taking. Their signature dish, The Tandoori Chilean pork ribs served with tandoori aloo is a gastronomical delight.

Cost for two: Rs 4000 approx.

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2 The Bombay Canteen, Mumbai

The interiors at The Bombay Canteen are designed like a typical old Bombay style bungalow. Their menu has a modern touch, it a makeover of desi versions. It has a concise version of menu available for lunch and an extensive version for dinner.  Their Seafood bhel, Tandoori Pork Spare Ribs and a modern take on Eggs Benedict what they call Kejriwal toast are something that will make you want more.

Cost for two: Rs 2000 approx.

bombay canteen

3 Pink Poppadom, Bengaluru

The chefs here experiment with distinct dishes which makes people attracted to this area. It is one of the fabled restaurant for food lovers. This restaurant will surely satisfy your taste buds. The most recommended dishes are Blue Cheese Naan, Mulligatawny Soup, Lobster Moilee, and Flambed Rasmalai Baked Alaska. Thank us later.

Cost for two: Rs 2500 approx.

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4 Café Lota, Pragati Maidan

Located in the heart of the city, Café Lota is so spacious with an outdoor seating available. The wooden interiors add finish to the restaurant. The menu is ever-changing and that’s what makes Café Lota stand out. Each item in the menu is worth trying and will never let you down. Their delicious innovation, Bhapa doi cheesecake will satisfy your sweet tooth craving.

Cost for two: Rs 1500  approx.

Café Lota

5 Farzi café, Delhi

Unlike its name, the café isn’t farzi at all. With its spacious seating, the restaurant serves modern Indian cuisine with breath-taking presentation and food that will surely satisfy your taste buds and will leave you want more. Their Rasmalai Tres Leches, Butter Chicken Bun and Galouti Burgers are a must try and will make you drool over it.

Cost for two: Rs 1500 approx.

Farzi café

6 Masala Library, Bombay

This restaurant is all about innovation. The restaurant creates illusion with their adventurous cooking styles. Based on modern gastronomy, you can expect the unexpected here. Every dish that comes out of the kitchen is truly a delight to look at and is a treat for your taste buds. Start off with a shot of Thandai and Bun Maska and it will make you crave for more and will lead you deep into the menu.

Cost for two: Rs 5000 approx.

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7 Eau De Monsoon, Le Meridian, CP

Got a date? Take her here. The interiors here will surely make her go crazy for you.  The menu is laden with interesting fusion noshes that will make you drool over it. Complimented by an overwhelming dessert section, the fare at Eau De Monsoon brings out the flavours with a hint of the west. Their Dill & Kasundi Marinted Sole, The Tandoori Broccoli and a beautifully deconstructed Samosa are worth giving a shot.

Cost for two: Rs 3000 approx.

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8 Café Immigrant, Cp, Delhi

Café immigrant is exactly what is sounds like- an assortment of immigrant stories told by the plate. The focus of the café is primarily on Indian immigrants across the globe, creating new recipes out of their lives. The menu is a delight for all the food lovers and will surely leave you awestruck. Their yummy dishes like Grilled Chicken, the Panch Phoran fries and Salad and the Young Aam Papad Salad are something to die for.

Cost for two: Rs 2000.

Café Immigrant

So now that you know some of the most amazing places, where is the party?