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When we asked people living in India about good local restaurants, they mentioned...

"One of the most popular restaurants in India is the Bukhara in Delhi. Located in the ITC Maurya Hotel, Bukhara is known for its traditional North Indian cuisine. The restaurant has been serving up delicious dishes since 1977 and is renowned for its tandoori dishes, curries, and kebabs. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian options. Another popular restaurant in India is the Peshawari in Mumbai. Located in the ITC Maratha Hotel, Peshawari is known for its traditional North Indian cuisine. The restaurant serves up a variety of dishes, including tandoori dishes, curries, and kebabs. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian options. The Dum Pukht in Hyderabad is another popular restaurant in India. Located in the ITC Kakatiya Hotel, Dum Pukht is known for its traditional North Indian cuisine. The restaurant serves up a variety of dishes, including tandoori dishes, curries, and kebabs. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian options. The Punjab Grill in Bangalore is another popular restaurant in India. Located in the UB City Mall, Punjab Grill is known for its traditional North Indian cuisine. The restaurant serves up a variety of dishes, including tandoori dishes, curries, and kebabs. The restaurant also offers a variety of vegetarian options," said another expat in India.

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