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Indian Street Food Makes Its Way Into Luxury Boutique Hotels

Excerpt from Financial Express

May 30, 2014 2:00 pm

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Tasting local cuisine has become a necessity for business and leisure travelers in a new destination so it’s little surprise that hotels are catering to guests’ desires, and increasing spend at the property, by introducing local street food.

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Traditional Indian street food called 'Samosa.' Getty Images


Street food has come to occupy prominent space on the menus of various luxury boutique hotels in the national capital and seems to be favourite among travellers.

From renovating menus to adding new innovative dishes on the platter, five star hotels in the capital are adding flavours from the streets of Delhi among traditionally-served international cuisine.

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