Especially in India. Any Hotel or organisation that caters to the western tourists, or workers, serves western food. Money is money, and business is business. Many westerners are very unadventuous in their food tastes, and will not try the local food.
Show me how many expatssin PNg will eat Sak Sak complete with the fried Sago Grubs, or Tapiok with abus. I admit even I cannot eat undercooked pork as the vilagers in the highlands like it. I need to cook mine for a while longer first. If PNg wishes to attract tourists or workers outside the major hotels/Motels/ resorts, it has to cater to their tastes a little.
Money speaks all languages......Ralph.
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