Rahul Gandhi Loves Tandoori Food; These Are His Favourite Dishes | Curly Tales

by Shreya Rathod
Rahul Gandhi Loves Tandoori Food; These Are His Favourite Dishes | Curly Tales

Rahul Gandhi is touring every part of India with the Bharat Jodo Yatra. And we are visiting him at a campsite in Rajasthan for a lovely Sunday dinner. We are aware of him as a politician, but this time, we got to know him personally. So, with laughter and lots of food, let us know about his likes and dislikes.

Rahul Gandhi’s Favourite Food

Meeting Rahul Gandhi in person was a delightful experience. And since Curly Tales is all about food and travel, we asked him about his food preferences. He replied that he eats whatever he gets and is not big on preferences. However, he did say this: “I don’t like jackfruit and peas” He further explained, “If I have to eat it I’ll eat it, but I don’t like it.” He also mentioned that he has a pretty strict diet when he’s at home.

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Though dinners at his place often feature continental dishes, he stated that “Normally in our house for lunch we have desi food.” Rahul Gandhi shares that his favourite restaurant is Moti Mahal, which he visits often. Apart from that, he likes going to Sagar, Swagat and Saravana Bhawan, as well. He has his favourite Chole Bhature and Golgappa joints in Old Delhi. He also confesses to being a non-vegetarian food lover.

Food Of Different States

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We are all aware of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. But on this unique journey of discovering India, Rahul Gandhi sheds light on food items that he ate from different states. “The culture is completely different. Food is different, language is different, music is different. Everything is different. And it changes. I mean, of course, it changes at the state boundaries.” Other than that, he is also keen on experiencing every little detail that India has to offer. And trying the local cuisines is one of them. He mentioned that Telangana had a high spice level that he wasn’t used to so he struggled with the spice level of Telugu food.

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For more information about Rahul Gandhi and his favourite cuisines, tune in to the video linked above.

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