If you’re ever invited into a Nagaland household, the sheer diversity will dazzle you. Dimapur is part of this dynamic unexplored heritage composing of over 17 different tribes, each with a gastronomic imprint of their own. Yes, pork and bamboo shoots play a huge role in Nagaland’s food culture but the cuisine is so much more than that. Dimapur is the fancier town of Nagaland, where you can revel in the cornucopia of different tribal cuisines. Eros Lane is an obvious haunt for anyone new to Dimapur. Not far from taxi/bus station, this locality is a thriving hub of restaurants and local life. To enjoy a traditional Naga meal, sit down for a Naga thali. The pork momos is some of the best served in Nagaland. Hinkejvu is another staple on every Naga plate. This simple dish of colocasia, cabbage leaves and mustard leaves is Naga food at it’s best. Dried river fish with akhuni is yet another popular combination of the natives. With a bowl of steamed rice you will be served Akibiye, a thick veggie gravy made with colocasia and bamboo shoot. People of Dimapur is known to season their food with the regional produce, bhut jalokia, ghost chilly of Nagaland. From snail meat to pork, Nagaland has an exciting palate.