Atrip of more than two weeks in India, spent dining mostly on local cuisine, offered an up-close look at the wide variety of authentic culinary options there, and even served to illustrate the fact that Indian restaurants in the United States can often be on target. Yet even as authenticity remains a priority for many operators at home and abroad, both U.S. and Indian restaurants appear to be experimenting with Indian fusion.The tour of India’s menus revealed numerous discoveries on the ...

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