An all-inclusive package is often a lucrative attraction when buying a travel package. After all, once you pay, then there is nothing additional you need to factor that will balloon your budget.
Holiday planning is an exciting time for you individually and as a group with your family or friends. Often, most people want to plan their entire itinerary to the T and not leave anything to chance. After all, people don’t visit Andaman that often. (Some do, but let’s share a story about them some other day)
Most first-timers to Andaman don’t want to miss a single sight or attraction. It is sheer enthusiasm and unbridled energy that we see in these tourists and travellers who want to make sure their days are action packed and nights an interlude to re-charge for the next day.
With a full itinerary, lots of things to do and places to see in Andaman, most people are never at a set location in a day during lunch or dinner. Even with set itineraries, any attraction can take longer than you imagine either because you want to spend more time there or for any other unforeseen reason. Since itineraries are fluid for everyone, we don’t prefer to box them down for lunch or dinner options.
Food is also a way for our guests to get a taste of the local culture. Although you’ll find most of Andaman mimicking the food offerings from India, some of these are tuned to give a local twist to the flavours. Our guests get to try different types of food when they are out visiting different places. This definitely holds true for sea food that forms a core offering from the islands. By trying out local cuisine variety in different restaurants, we allow guests an opportunity to explore the best foods in the island while they are there.
1. The fish curry: Being an island, fresh fish is in ample supply. Fish curry is made in different preparations based on it’s cultural influence. You can have it fried, spiced in mustard sauce (the Bengali fish preparation called Macher Jhol) or the kerala preparation called Curry Meen.
2. South Indian delicacies: With it’s close proximity to south India, the influence on the food is ample. South India dishes go beyond the dosa-idli-wada fare. There’s a lot more to try out for breakfast. Most itineraries have breakfast included so you are likely to find your taste buds savouring these early in the day
3. Indian Chinese: We don’t promise authentic chinese cuisine but the Indian Chinese version of it that is spiced just right for the Indian palate who form the major population and tourists too. Indian Chinese dishes like noodles and manchurian are familiar comfort foods. It’s something you can turn to when you are super hungry after a long day and don’t want to waste time wondering what to order
If you want to know more about what food to expect when you are here, fret not. Just reach out to our travel expert to ensure you get what your heart desires.