We must say Anushka Sharma's foodie tales are quite relatable. The actress loves to eat, especially desserts, coffee and Indian food. Whether on a vacation or on the sets of a film, Anushka never misses the chance to update us with her yummy indulgences. Currently, she is in Thailand owing to her work commitments. And, yes we have a foodie update coming in.!While getting ready for an event, Anushka got the perfect company in the form of a Thailand speciality - none other than the refreshing coconut water. It is one of the nutritious natural drinks, which is not only known for its amazing flavour, but also for its health benefits. Coconut water is low in calories and contains natural enzymes and minerals like potassium and is perfect to beat the heat and stay hydrated.
“When in Thailand…,” Anushka Sharma wrote as she posted a picture of a coconut, which was adorned with a purple flower and a straw. Check it out:
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Before this, Anushka Sharma - with her delicious spread - left us craving for Thai food. Her plate included a portion of tofu basil mix, delicious-looking shiitake mushrooms, followed by a side of garlic fried rice, which was accompanied with some spicy, tangy, and crunchy Larb Kai, a high-protein dish. The actress didn't ditch her greens as her platter also included stir-fried beans. Anushka's Thai meal was from Spicy Rika, which is widely known for its authentic homemade Thai food. Anushka Sharma captioned the post: “This Thai Food” with a drooling emoji. Read all about it here.
While savoury indulgences dominate Anushka Sharma's foodie outings, she always makes time to devour some tasty baked treats. Once, she shared a picture of her plate, consisting of a half-eaten rusk topped with what appears to be creamy malai and cheeni. Next to it was a delectable puff pastry. It all looked quite appetising. Check it out here.
From North Indian food to South Indian meals, Anushka Sharma loves it all. She relished a super amazing flat idli, known as “thatte idli”, which is larger in size than the usual idli and is often topped with flavourful gunpowder. Anushka's “thatte idli” also featured a tempering of mustard seeds on top and was paired with spicy and tangy tomato chutney. Read all about it here.
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