Get the gourmet delights from BRICS nations on your table

As BRICS summit is going on and our political leaders are making alliances with their counterparts, let’s support this association further by sharing the abundance of food heritage from the BRICS nations.

Clicktable has picked the best of culinary items from Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. Check our recommendations for popular delicacies from these countries-

Brazil

This soccer-loving nation has the most captivating beaches in the world. As Brazil was settled by Portuguese, its cuisine has a great usage of sea-food. Salmon is the most coveted fish that is used in variety of preparations followed by prawns and dried Cod fish.

We recommend Wildfire in Gurgaon, one of the finest restaurants in Delhi NCR serving Brazilian cuisine. You can also find best of Brazilian dishes at TGI Friday’s and Olive Beach in Bengaluru.

Smoked Salmon

Russia

With influences from Soviet era and Middle East countries, Russian cuisine is very diverse. Bliny (pancakes), Caviar, Russian salad and varieties of veg & non-veg Stroganoff are very popular around the world. You can enjoy the glorious culinary of Russia by reserving a table via Clicktable. For best Stroganoff and Russian salads in Delhi NCR, head to Warehouse Café , The Gol Chakkar Café or Lord of the Drinks Meadow.

beef stroganoff1

India

Given to the unity and diversity of Indian states, the Indian cuisines are substantially broad. In fact, Indian cuisines are still evolving. Of all the culinary preparations, the ones that are most recognized ones are Chicken and Mutton Biryani from Hyderabadi cuisine and Chicken Curry from Mughlai cuisine. We bring the best of restaurants serving authentic Hyderabadi and Mughlai recipes at a click. As Delhi was once the capital of Mughal rulers, you’ll find the best of their preparations in Delhi NCR. So, reserve through Clicktable and devour on yummiest Biryani and tender Chicken Curry at popular restaurants like Moti Mahal Deluxe, Tamasha, Kasbah Zaffran, and Lazeez Affaire.

Hyderabi Biryani

China

There are eight majors in traditional culinary in China but the Chinese cuisine is profoundly influenced by Cantonese and Szechuan styles of cooking. Cantonese style focuses on steaming and stir-frying while Szechuan style focuses on spicy, deep-frying and pungent flavours. Though most of us have tried Noodles, Manchurian, Spring Rolls and the works there is still a lot more to discover. We suggest you try authentic Dimsums at Kylin and specialty dishes at Larry’s China, Nanking, and Wok in the Clouds. If you like sour or spicy taste, go for Soups and Rice delicacies at The Silk Route and Mainland China.

China

South Africa

The South African cuisine is a unique blend of external cultures. The people who settled here were typically Dutch, French, Indian and Malaysian. Many of the typical South African dishes have red meat, rice, potatoes and vegetables. Peri Peri marinade is very popular and is used in a variety of veg and non-veg preparations. It is even used in Italian cuisine. Peri Peri chicken is one of the utmost ordered dishes among continental cuisine in India. So, if you want to indulge in some South African delicacies, opt for Peri Peri Chicken at DIOS-The Neighbourhood Bistro and The Gol Chakkar Café in Delhi NCR.  If you have a sweet tooth, go for Malva Pudding at Galito’s, Bengaluru. Chicken Boerewors is another authentic preparation at Galito’s.

Peri Peri Chicken

Now that you’ve seen such drooling images of BRICS cuisines, it’s time to give a try. Reserve a table at your favourite restaurants via www.clicktable.com or download the Clicktable app from Play Store/iTunes and enjoy great savings on amazing offers.

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