Eating out is gaining popularity due to the rising disposable income in the hands of the average Indian family. The variety of cuisines available, the large price range and the wide choice of restaurants in our cities give most families an opportunity to eat out at least once every week or two. The choice of restaurants ranges from tiffin centres in South India with limited or no seating, fast food outlets for pizzas and burgers, Udipi restaurants catering to a fast moving clientele with idlis, dosas, etc. at one end, to the more expensive specialty restaurants serving Chinese, Thai, Mexican or tandoori delicacies and fine dining restaurants for gourmet eating at the other end.
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