Authentic Indian Restaurant

1128 Commercial drive, Vancouver, BC

Blog Posts Tagged ‘Indian Food in Vancouver’

bitemevancouver Food Blogger Visits Sula Indian Restaurant

Sula Indian Restaurant is the best Indian food in Vancouver for a reason. Situated in the heart of Commercial Drive, you can find all the hearty, authentic Indian food your heart desires in one spot. I was invited to come and try Sula’s food and write about my overall experience. If you are bored of your […]

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What Makes Sula’s Food Authentic?

What Makes Sula’s Food Authentic?
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At Sula, we strive to be the best Indian restaurant in Vancouver. To meet this goal, we use traditional ingredients, flavours, and techniques. For us it all starts with authenticity, but authentic Indian cuisine can mean different things to different people. That’s because Indian cooking styles vary depending upon climate, culture, ethnicity, religion, and economic […]

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Canada Day 2017: A Day of Fun and Celebration

Canada Day 2017: A Day of Fun and Celebration
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This Canada Day, celebrate Canada’s monumental 150th birthday by attending one of the many events taking place in and around Vancouver! There’s so much going on, it’s hard to capture it all — but here are a few highlights. Canada Place is hosting the largest celebration outside our nation’s capital. On July 1, 2017, Canada […]

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The History of Indian Cuisine

The History of Indian Cuisine
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Indian cuisine is not one specific style of dishes and reflects over 5,000 years of interactions and diversification. It encompasses a variety of cooking methods, styles, and ingredients from a variety of regions throughout the country. Indian food has also been very heavily influenced by religious and cultural changes throughout history and contact with other […]

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Breakfast Cravings, try something North Indian Vancouver

Breakfast Cravings, try something North Indian Vancouver
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To continue on with the whole notion of breakfast goodness, we’d like to point out that North Indian breakfast’s tend to be a bit more hearty (perhaps less healthy in comparison to South Indian breakfasts). The reason, loads of milk, ghee (clarified butter), yoghurt and paneer (cottage cheese) along with nuts, fruits and vegetables are […]

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