What’s not to appreciate about spicy, flavorful, complicated Indian food? And right now, it appears that everyone is in agreement. Indian food is considered to be the fifth finest in the world, according to a Taste Atlas online survey. Although we would have preferred to come in first, fifth place isn’t so awful, right?
A brief According to this ranking, Indian food is the fifth best in the world
According to the audience voting for ingredients, dishes, and beverages, the rankings were determined. Italy came in first, followed by Greece, Spain, and Japan on the list. With a rating of 4.54 and delicacies like Garam Masala, Ghee, Malai, and Butter Garlic, Indian food took fifth place. It was mentioned that one must try naan and keema.
The list also included a list of the greatest tasting locations in India. There were 464 additional locations identified, including Shree Thaker Bhojanalay (Mumbai), Karavalli (Bangalore), Bukhara (New Delhi), Dum Pukht (New Delhi), and Comorin (Gurugram).
Despite the fact that Taste Atlas’ post was viewed more than 38.6 million times, the internet doesn’t seem to be too pleased with the outcome. While some people criticized the list for not including many nations, others just pointed out that the list also contained foods with no uniqueness.