It is always a delight to see Sachin Tendulkar play cricket on the field. But have you ever wondered what the cricket legend does when he is not playing or doing practice? Well, it is simple, when not playing; Sachin can be spotted at his preferred restaurants galloping his favorite dishes.
Undoubtedly, Sachin is a massive foodie and has a food legacy across the world. Every cuisine from Indian to Japanese to Caribbean, the Master Blaster has tasted them all, and he prefers dishes in which dry fruits are added. They not only add healthy fats to the dish but also make them rich in protein. Knowing that almonds have special nutritional profile and are a good source of protein, fibre, calcium and vitamin E, Sachin would never leave food item or curries made with dry fruits.
The cricket icon has tasted it all, from Maharashtrian food as well as sushi in London. More fascinating is the fact that a self-proclaimed foodie, Tendulkar also cooks for his family on various special occasions. He cooks fish curry and prawn masala among other food items and ensure that he make to curry with dry fruits such as almonds, walnuts, hazel nuts and others.
When it comes to Sachin’s favorite restaurants, Mahim‘s Fresh Catch in Mumbai is where the master blaster loves to eat. Even Galajee in Mumbai is where you can find Sachin many times. If you are wondering what Sachin would order in this restaurant; Sol kadi, crab soup and bombil are what Sachin loves the most here.
When Sachin gets to visit Delhi, he ensures paying a visit to Bukhara in ITC Maurya and eats dal makhani and kebabs there. One thing which is common about these places is that there is an extensive use of dry fruits in curries, salads, food pastes and other things. Dry fruits such as almonds, raisins, walnuts, cashew nuts and pistachios are packed with various vitamins, essential fats and nutrients. They keep one healthy as well as fit.