The food in India varies greatly between regions. Sometimes the curries and tandoori meats quite closely resemble the stuff you can get here in the UK. At other times, it is completely, utterly unfamiliar. But most of the food falls somewhere in between.
Nizam's Kathi Kabab in Delhi is a popular place with locals and tourists alike. Most of the food will sound familiar enough to allow regular curry eaters to order with confidence, but there is nevertheless a significant element of the unknown.
I went for the modest sounding "single mutton single egg roll". Imagine a nice, greasy, spicy, mutton sheek kebab (by the way - in India, 'mutton' actually means goat). Now imagine that it's wrapped in a thick, eggy pancake. Sounds good, right? Now imagine the whole thing is deep fried until it's crisp, golden, and dripping with fat.
It was one of the best things I have eaten in my whole life.