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Eating Out in Tamil Nadu

Traditional Tamil Nadu
Tamil cuisine is
characterized by its great
aroma and flavor. Rice is
the major staple food of
most of the Tamil people
and is usually steamed
and served with a
number of accompanying
items including sambar,
dry curry, rasam, kootu
and thayir (curd) or moru
(whey or buttermilk). In
Tamil Nadu lighter meals
usually include one or
more of Pongal, Dosai,
chapati, idli or Vadai. The
traditional Tamil food is
available all over the state.
Besides exploring the
monuments and cultural
aspects of Tamil Nadu,
you can try your hands at
the traditional Tamil food.
We are sure that the spicy
and aromatic Tamil
cuisines will surely arouse
your taste buds. The
traditional Tamil food
items are available in all
types of restaurants,
including the star hotels.
Other major Indian
cuisines (both vegetarian
and non-vegetarian) are
also available at some
restaurants across cities
like Chennai, Coimbatore
and Madurai. While in
Tamil Nadu, it is advisable
that you must try out the
famous Chettinad food (so
famous for its non
vegetarian dishes). At
Paramakudi restaurant at
Chennai, you can try
some fantastic Chettinad
Non-Indian Food/ Fast
If you are craving for
pizzas, pastas or Chinese
foods, don't worry as
most of the tourist places
and big cities of
Tamilnadu (Chennai,
Madurai, Coimbatore etc)
have fast food
restaurants/joints to take
care of your taste buds.
Big cities and towns in
Tamil Nadu have outlets
of Pizza Hut, Pizza Corner,
Domino's and McDonalds.
It is advisable that you eat
in any of the fast food
joints as the quality is
guaranteed. You will find
tons of Chinese (Indo-
Chinese to be more
specific) stalls in every
nook and corner, which
pretty well take care of
your appetite for the
Chinese dishes.

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