Month: July 2016

How To Eat A Healthy Indian Cuisine In Particular Meetings

meeting room

Indian cuisine is one of the most intriguing and very flavorful dishes worldwide. It is rich and diverse with a perfect blend of the spices added in every dish. With the many restaurants in Croydon, there are only a few standouts so it’s best to check them out. In fact, you can invite your friends or have your co-workers dine and set up in meeting rooms in Croydon serving Indian cuisines as one of the places for business or friendly group meetings.

If it is your first time to try Indian food, it is best to know more about their dishes and at the same time gather tips on how to order. After all, you don’t want to leave the restaurant disappointed.


The Healthy Options
Avoid fried items

Fried Indian cuisines are mostly high in carbohydrates and fats and if you and your co-workers or friends are looking for healthy options, avoid ordering samosas as an appetizer. If you want a healthier appetizer alternative, always go for the light lentil soup.

Choose chickpeas and lentils over Ghee
Dishes that have Dal in it have lentils and it is low in fat and butter. Lentils and chickpeas are considered healthy foods because it is high in protein and dietary fiber, which can help you feel fuller.  Ghee on the other hand is another term for butter and when mixed in food can contain a lot of calories and unsaturated fat.

 Order lean meats

Everyone loves lean meat and if you are planning to setup for a business dinner and book a meeting room, then always order lean meats when eating Indian dishes. Go for grilled kebabs, chicken tandoori and the like. Any meat that is cooked in Tandoori style uses lean mean and they marinate it in fresh spices and yogurt. This is best paired with vegetable dishes like SukhiBhindi where restaurants use fresh vegetables making the meal a lot healthier.