I’ve been to India once, for several days on a WHO mission, but never made it out of the hotel.
After 5 days, I developed a general impression of Indian food, at least buffet-style lunch, for an international conference, in the northern part of the country: mostly thickish/creamyish curry gravies, orangish in color (or intensely green, if spinach-based), with softish beans/lentils/cauliflower/potatoes/tomatoes/carrots/cheese, hints of heat, accompanied by fluffy rice and/or charred flatbreads.
I look forward to a real visit someday.
“IND” is the 3-letter abbreviation for India within the United Nations system.
These commercial eating establishments in IND, as featured on GMTD, are arranged geographically below, then listed alphabetically. Some might no longer be in operation.
Venues in other countries can be accessed via the COUNTRIES index.
** highly recommended
! to be avoided
Indira Gandhi International Airport
- Plaza Premium Lounge (7.313 Braised Pork Balls)