Lets’ go get some tacos!

The Park Hyatt has thrown open it’s kitchen doors to Chef Antonio Herrera Gomez from the Hyatt Regency Mexico City to give Hyderabadis a taste of some of the Mexican salsa.

Published: 21st March 2013 08:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st March 2013 08:19 AM   |  A+A-

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The Park Hyatt has thrown open it’s kitchen doors to Chef Antonio Herrera Gomez from the Hyatt Regency Mexico City to give Hyderabadis a taste of some of the Mexican salsa.

The food fest which is open for lunch and dinner serves quite a hearty a treat of Mexican delicacies -- if you know your cuisine well. But for those open to experimenting, the chef will be more than happy to guide you through the palate. Says chef Antonio, “The climates are very similar and so are some of the spices. So people here shouldn’t find it too difficult to take in the food.”The menu includes typical dishes like enchiladas and burritos, but specialties include the black bean enchiladas, the chef’s personal favourite, mushroom ceviche, cheese quesadilla and taco Baja fish.

The meal includes a scrumptious mix of lamb, chicken, seafood and vegetables, so true gourmets will have a quite a time choosing between their courses.

However, vegetarians won’t walk away from the table with the better deal. With a limited choice, there isn’t much to look forward to.If you are a vegetarian but like your drinks, then accompanying the meal is a large spread of custom made cocktails and mocktails. While the chef says he hears much of the Avacado mojito (tequila is another favourite of his), there’s something for everyone.If you’re curious enough, make your way to the Dining Room until March 24. For reservations, contact 040 4949 1200.

 

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