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“Three Indian Restaurants Among the Top 10 Legendary Eateries Worldwide: Taste Atlas”

Three Indian restaurants have achieved global recognition by making it to the list of the top 10 legendary eateries worldwide. Taste Atlas, an experiential travel online guide, curated this prestigious list, highlighting establishments that transcend mere dining experiences to become iconic destinations akin to renowned museums and monuments.

Among the esteemed entries, Paragon in Kozhikode, Kerala, secured the 5th position, renowned for its exquisite biryani and emblematic of the region’s rich gastronomic heritage. Lucknow’s famed Tunday Kababi claimed the 6th spot, celebrated for its delectable galouti kebabs and its stature as a culinary gem in the city’s Mughlai cuisine landscape.

Describing Paragon, Taste Atlas lauded its mastery of traditional Malabar cuisine, elevating it to a culinary landmark. Meanwhile, Tunday Kababi was praised as a cornerstone of Lucknow’s culinary identity, particularly esteemed for its signature galouti kebabs, expertly crafted with finely minced meat and an array of spices, tenderized with raw papaya.

Adding to India’s culinary accolades, Peter Cat in Kolkata secured the 10th position, renowned since its establishment in 1975 for its iconic chelow kebabs, further enriching the country’s representation on the global gastronomic stage.

Beyond the top 10, several other Indian eateries featured prominently in Taste Atlas’s comprehensive list of 100 legendary restaurants worldwide. Notable mentions include Murthal’s Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba at the 16th position, Mavalli Tiffin Rooms in Bengaluru at the 32nd rank, and Karim’s in Delhi at the 84th spot.

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