Indian cuisine enjoys a unique fan following across the world. Recently, a US journalist faced immense flak on the internet for saying that Indian food is based on a single spice. Several renowned personalities spoke up about how wrong he was, including Salman Rushdie and Padma Lakshmi. The love for Indian food was clear and unanimous through this tweet. Famous Hollywood actor Paul Rudd too has proved his love for Indian food, as he tried delicious Biryani at an Indian restaurant in London. The owner and founder of the restaurant shared a selfie with the ‘Ant Man’ on Twitter, and Desi foodies approved of it. Take a look:

“Welcome back to @Darjeelingldn Paul Rudd! Today was our #BiryaniSupperclub and I was so happy to serve #Calcutta Dum Biryani to Paul,” read the tweet. The duo was standing at a staircase near the restaurant. Paul Rudd was all smiles after having tried the delicious Biryani at the restaurant. The tweet has received 2.6k likes and counting.

Desi Twitter was amazed by the fact that actor Paul Rudd revisited the restaurant to try Biryani. They showered praises on the actor’s love for Indian food, as well as how young he looked in the photograph.

Here are the best reactions:

(Also Read: Salman Rushdie, Padma Lakshmi And More React To Viral Article On Indian Food)

Paul Rudd had visited the same Indian restaurant on August 1st. He even brought actor Dan Levy with him to sample the delicious food. Together, they ate a sumptuous Indian thali which had dishes like fluffy Poori, peas Pulao and mutton curry. “Thank you for a truly memorable meal. You can taste the love,” wrote Levy in a story on Instagram. Their photograph together had broken the internet, receiving nearly 200k likes and counting. Take a look at their picture:

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About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.

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