There is a wide variety of incredibly delicious cuisine such as all kinds of amazing curried vegetables, flat breads, rice, lentils, chutneys, fresh cheeses, fruits and endless exquisite sweets made from milk, sugar and wheat. Most Indians are lacto-vegetarians although some people eat chicken or fish but rarely red meat.
Every town has its unique style and specialties for you to explore and indulge in. It’s definitely wise to take precautions and know what not to eat in India as this is the most likely cause of getting dysentery.
The safest way to eat in India is to never eat from vendors on the street and only visit classy restaurants that are busy and look “clean”. Often times 4 or 5 star hotels may be the best bet for buying mouth watering, tummy satisfying, safe food.
What’s the bottom line?
You will inevitably be exposed to some kind of “bugs” while you’re in India but you will only get sick if your body can’t handle them, which is usually due to overeating and weak immunity or digestion. Follow these tips below and you will minimize the chances of getting sick.