Flavours of India

One can never go wrong with Indian cuisine. There is so much variety. 180 degrees the all day dining restaurant at Grand Sarovar Premiere is currently hosting a Discover India food festival till September 21 daily for dinner.

Chef Kamlesh and his team have created a versatile menu for each day with a different region’s cuisine each day for the next seven days.

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Punjabi cuisine was the theme the first day. And I couldn’t be more glad.

Robust flavours and varied textures were on offer across the buffet menu. So while sarson ka saag n makki di roti were obviously there, so was Amritsari machhi n phirni. Authentic Punjabi flavours characterised each of the dishes. The live station had chefs frying piping hot bhaturas with spicy chole as well as lip smacking dahi bhallas, papdi chaat et al

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What’s more, apart from traditional Punjabi fare there were dishes from other parts of India too. Hyderabad’s dum ki machhi was on the table with lucknawi rajma galouti n Maharashtrian usal. There was something for every palate and plenty of vegetarian options too.

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The highlight was the soulful badami chicken shorba, phirni and sarson ka saag. The chicken pulao fell short of expectations though.

A must visit for foodies who relish Indian cuisine. I am sure going back for more. Bengali food maybe?

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