Indian Restaurants in Switzerland: 3 great eateries that serve Indian cuisines

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When you are touring a foreign country, one of the biggest problems you might face is the absence of your desired kind of cuisine. Switzerland tourism has, however, ensured that no Indian foodie is going to return disappointed from this nation. There are adequate numbers of Indian restaurants scattered all over the country.

Here is a list of some of the more popular ones:

1. Little India Restaurant:

Little India Restaurant

If you happen to be at Interlaken, then make sure to drop by at ‘Little India Restaurant’. This place, true to its name, serves the most delicious and authentic Indian cuisines. If you were missing your ‘daal roti’, then you can gorge on them at this eatery. It is not a big restaurant but a very small one, run by a private family. You would definitely love the food and the coziness. On the downside, the rates are a bit steep.

2. Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant: Another Interlaken-based restaurant which serves delectable Indian cuisines including Punjabi dishes and that yummy chicken curry! Some international holiday packages fix a date with this food joint which scores because of its friendly location, good parking facility, affable waiters and lovely ambience.

Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant

3. Sajna Restaurant: Situated in Geneva, a hot tourist destination, Sajna is that place which you must not miss out on, if you are pining for ‘ghar ka khana’. The best thing about this eatery is that it is one of the most affordable places to get authentic Indian food. And the south Indian food like dosa is a special offing you cannot resist. If you were worried about your food bills while eating out in a foreign country, then try including ‘Sajna’ in your Switzerland tour packages itinerary.

sajna-restaurant

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