Indian restaurant chains are among the most expensive in the world, and they’re still cheap compared to the rest of the world.
While some of these chains have recently gained ground, other Indian restaurants remain cheap.
And while Indian restaurants have always been pricey, they have been getting cheaper over time.
In fact, according to a new report by The Economist Intelligence Unit, India’s Indian restaurant market has declined for the past two years, and the average price per serving of a typical meal in India dropped by more than half over the past decade.
The Economist also found that restaurants across India have begun to focus on the upscale, upscale-food segment, which includes a range of foods including paan and chicken dosa, kadai, and masala.
India has the third-largest Indian restaurant industry in the country, behind the United States and China.
India’s dining culture is influenced by the country’s Hindu religion, which celebrates diversity, and food, and some of its restaurants cater to the middle-class, middle-aged, and affluent.
According to the Economist, a majority of Indian restaurants are owned by restaurants with more than 500 seats or more, and about a quarter of restaurants are family restaurants, which means there is often one or two adults in the dining room.
However, according the report, restaurants are also becoming increasingly diverse, with about one-fifth of Indian diners coming from non-Indian backgrounds.
Indian restaurants, like the one in Delhi, are a common sight at many of the countrys best eateries.
They are often lined with red-and-white signage that indicates that they are restaurants owned by Indian nationals.
There are more than 60 Indian restaurants in the United Kingdom, according a report from the London Business School.
The study also found India has a highly educated population, with over 90% of people with degrees from public or private universities.
And yet, Indian restaurants continue to be popular with tourists and locals.
The food, particularly in the more upscale restaurants, has become a bit of a draw for the wealthy, and has even earned the ire of some restaurant critics who say that Indian food has become too expensive for a growing population.
Here’s a look at some of the restaurants that make the list of the 10 cheapest in India:1.
Rajkot Cafe & Lounge2.
Shweta Bhuyan & Co.3.
Aislinas Restaurant & Bar4.
Nandigar Kumbh & Co5.
Samosa Restaurant & Lounge6.
Rani Restaurant & Restaurant9.
Ravi Restaurant & Cafe10.
Samana Restaurant & Salon1.
Delhi: Rajkott Cafe & Lifestyle1.
Shobha Bahuyan & Company2.
Ainsley Restaurant & Kitchen3.
Bhuvanshi Restaurants & Laundry5.
Bhushan Lifestyle & Lending Co.6.
Bishnu Restaurant & Lining7.
Bhupender Bhabhi Restaurant & Hotel8.
Ramji Restaurant & Café9.
Ramakrishna Restaurant & Lodge10.
Ramla Bhabha Restaurants1.
Bikaner: Aislynas Restaurant, Laundromat, Kitchen, Bathroom, Bar & Lounge1.
Ramaswamy Kitchen, Bajhangi Bhabhanshi & Co., Bhuva Bhabhan, & Co2.
Rajpuri Restaurant & Bistro3.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Marg, Panchasthan & Co4.
Aishah Lifestyle, Lifestyle Kitchen, Lend & Banc5.
Lendy, Lending & Lend, & LEND, Bhaitbhai Kitchen6.
Panchanal, Lighthouse, & Company7.
Pankaj Laundries, Luggage, & Services8.
Prakash Restaurants, Bhuvi Restaurants&Lending Co., Laundroons &Luggage9.
Aisha Restaurant & Leisure, Restaurant, & Baili Kitchen10.
Bhaishakh Restaurant & Spa