Why You Should Visit Mahabalipuram in South India
Experience the sights, sounds and spices of this southern gem.
by Karla Ramos | November 10, 2017
South Indian food heavily uses rice, lentils, and stew, and can be quite different from what you find in Indian restaurants abroad. Those ones usually feature cuisine from North India. So you’ll find a lot of South Indian favorites such as Biryani (mixed rice), Dosa (rice crepe), Sambar (lentil stew), and more. As it’s by the sea, you’ll also find a lot of seafood from different varieties of fish to prawns, and lobsters. And there are lots of options for vegetarians too.