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    Posted July 16, 2014 by
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    Foreign tourists visiting India to explore food culture

     
    As per the discussion with Rajeev Goyal a Chef, Traveler and Co-Founder of India Food Tour , Food Tour in India by them is an attempt to promote Indian food and culture to tourists looking for a way to have the real India experience, as per him after traveling around the globe he discovered that people across the ocean really want to explore the food & culture of India, so he majority focus is to provide tourists with an affordable tour to explore the Delhi’s and India cuisine’s and culture in most authentic and safe way. Some of the tourist services they offer in Delhi and India are Indian food tour in Delhi : Authentic Indian food tours and sightseeing in Delhi, Chef Tours Of India: Take a culinary tour of India with a chef Rajeev Goyal , Cooking Classes: Indian cooking classes in Delhi by expert chef Rajeev Goyal. Learn some simple as well as advanced Indian cooking techniques and most amazing was there Multi City Food Tour which I think will be a great way of exploring country .
    And few discussion with travelers and there view about this tour,
    Andreas Aase, a history professor, publisher and a travel agent in Norway, visited India a few months ago to explore its food culture. “One of the main reasons for the trip was to publish a book on Indian food along with an Indian-Norwegian woman. But on a broader perspective, I would like to arrange thematic trips to India for travelers from Norway that would mix sightseeing of historical places with food tours in different parts of the country.”
    Daniel Dean, a visitor from London said ‘ I have been to India several times but on my last visit, I thought of taking a food tour in Delhi and it was fantastic. The kulfi(Traditional Indian Ice Cream) stop will remain long in the memory.”
    Agrees Karl Grenet, a consultant in Australia: “I have always loved Indian food in Australia and so I was very much looking forward to trying Indian food while I was in India.”




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