“Food is Bae”. If you go by this saying then you are a true foodie. If you relate to this too and are about to get married, one of the things you are looking forward to is eating to satisfy your soul with your partner! There are a million reasons that make us love travelling. And, for the newly-married, choosing that one destination for the perfect honeymoon becomes more important than anything else. After all, that would probably be the most beautiful trip of your life. If, by some luck, both of you share the common affection for food, there can’t be a better way for your honeymoon than to travel to places that serve the best of flavours. Yes, making them try your favorite food, exploring different cuisines, putting your connoisseur hats on and critically discussing meals because, as they say, the best bonds are the ones made over food and we totally second it!
A gorgeous place flaunting culinary marvels is exactly what you need for the most amazing honeymoon. So if you are on the hunt for the best honeymoon destinations in India for food enthusiast couples, then please keep on scrolling!
While most foodies are aware that India is among the countries that serve the finest gastronomic varieties, Delhi is a city that can serve as one of the best foodie honeymoon destinations in India for couples. Home to many delicacies, the capital of India boasts of its variety of finger-licking items that have found a special place in every heart that has visited the food haven! From amazing street food- chole bhature, golgappe, dahi bhalle to paranthe wali gali, chandni chowk to posh restaurants in Connaught place & Hauz Khas, Delhi is sure to leave you wanting for more.
Out of the many amazing traditional dishes, the aromatic and flavourful biryanis happen to be the biggest highlight of this place as far as the food is concerned. There would hardly be any foodie who doesn’t know about and isn’t lusting for Hyderabadi Biryani which is unique to the place; it's like it really can't be found anywhere else in India. There are many varieties of Biryani which you can enjoy while visiting some amazing places. While in the city of the Nizams, delicious street food like Mirchi ka Salan, Moong Dal Dosa, Phirni, Pani Puri is also a must try!
Kerala is famous for its lush green backwaters and houseboats. Among all the other Indian cities for food lovers, this Indian city is also known for giving birth to some of the amazing curries that traveled around the world from here. Kerala is known to present some of the most famous foods in India. The best places to have amazing South Indian cuisine in Alleppey are located on the houseboats as well as in the main town. The meen (fish) fry is a delicacy you won’t find anywhere else in the world while the soft Kerala parotta is best enjoyed with the iconic chicken curry. Together, both of these dishes make an amazing combo, something which a foodie would be proud to indulge in.
The Pink City offers a plethora of delicacies that none of the other Indian cities of food lovers offer and would leave you craving for some of the best cuisine served in India. From Kathi Rolls to Kachoris to Kulfis, Jaipur’s street shacks and intricately decorated restaurants have it all. Jaipur is also famous for its pyaz (onion) kachoris. One can find them at Rawat Sweets , one of the pioneers of this delight. Take a walk around Amer Fort and your tastebuds will find a treat of lifetime with different types of snacks that are sold here.
Even though Amritsar is more famous as a pilgrimage destination, you should know that this city offers the best Punjabi Cuisine than any other Indian cities for food lovers. The food lovers with a sweet tooth cannot miss the Paronthe dripping with butter, the sweetest Lassi, and the piping hot Jalebi. Also, you cannot afford to miss the Langar at the Golden Temple.
Located in the old city of Amritsar, Kesar da Dhaba is a hundred year old restaurant known for serving some of the best cuisines in India. Their delicacies are prepared in desi ghee. You can enjoy gulab jamuns, sarson da saag, kulche, and amazing lassi. A small shop that goes by the name of Gurdas Ram de Jalebi Wale is famous for their amazing jalebis. Following these places you can finally call off the day after a hearty meal at Chungi de Kulche.
Now that you know all the famous Indian cities and their famous dishes, we hope you have a great time on your honeymoon. Afterall, a honeymoon is the ideal time to fulfill those dreams of biting on scrumptious delicacies bursting with flavors in your mouth satisfying every cell of your palate, with your boo after an adventurous day out exploring the location. However, if you are visiting Delhi, then give “Get Your Menu'', the wedding caterers in Delhi a chance to serve you with the best dishes from around the world.