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Satiate your Tastebuds With Special V-Day Delicacies

Published: 12th February 2014 04:45 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th February 2014 04:45 PM   |  A+A-

The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. If you don't wish to spend hours on cooking for your man, take him to eateries serving special Valentine's Day food and express your love.

"Valentine's Day being one of the biggest annual dining out occasions, it provides a great platform for innovation. Heart shaped offerings are the most popular pick. Thus, Vaango is all set to win over guest hearts with its heart shaped - white and red duo idlis and uttapams," Chef Vijay of Vaango South Indian food restaurant, said in a statement.

Vaango is offering Valentine idli platter, priced at Rs.99. It consists of two heart-shaped idlis - one plain and the other sprinkled with gunpowder. 

The Valentine uttapam platter that costs Rs.125 consists of a pair of uttapams - one with a topping of coconut and the other topped with tomatoes and finished with a generous sprinkling of gunpowder. Both platters are served with sambhar and two kinds of chutney.

At PVR Mistral, you can choose from the special menu of kebabs, salads, thin crust pizzas and pastas to go with sparkling wine and top it with a special couple dessert. The price starts from Rs.1099 (plus taxes) onwards.



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