Daman Foods



Daman foods are characterized by a predominance of vegetarian preparations. Bound by the state of Gujarat, Daman presents a plethora of dishes from the vegetarian cuisine. Non vegetarian dishes are also prepared in some of the restaurants.

Daman has a heterogeneous culture with people from different cultures settling in the region. The food of Daman reflects the heterogeneity of the region. Cuisines from all round the globe are prepared in the restaurants of Daman. Authentic Parsee dishes are also prepared in the restaurants of Daman.

The people of Daman often engage in wining and dining recreational activities. There are notable restaurants along the beaches of the region and in the mainland that serve the delectable and mouthwatering delicacies. Conventional air conditioned and non air conditioned restaurants are also found in the region. The region of Daman is reputed for the Garden Restaurants that are thematically decorated and serve a plethora of mouthwatering dishes.

The restaurants also have a good collection of spirits which the visitors may consume along with the food in Daman. The restaurants and bars of the region maintain a distinguished collection of popular brands of foreign liquor.



Last Updated on: 3rd April 2013

     


     

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