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Smoke house grill embraces the seven sins

As a gourmet interpretation, the dishes play with colours, flavours, textures and even longstanding symbolic associations to create a memorable experience.

Published: 02nd September 2012 09:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2012 10:37 AM   |  A+A-

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The award-winning celebration of modern European cuisine at Smoke House Grill is all about reinventing and rediscovering great food. And now the kitchen is going to make the bad feel really good with the Seven Sins Menu.

 A deadly culinary journey that moves from wrath to greed and ends with gluttony, it uses signature cooking techniques and beautiful ingredients to concoct a sinful meal.

 As a gourmet interpretation, the dishes play with colours, flavours, textures and even longstanding symbolic associations to create a memorable experience.

 Start your meal with Boiling Cold Tomato Soup, Devilled Chicken Leg and Cucumber Spaghetti.

 Next, you can choose from snails and bacon, Smashed Couch Potatoes with Olive Sour Cream, Mac and Eight Cheese, Shades of Green (Smoked Pea Risotto), Tenderloin or Tiger Prawns, Aubergine and Shiitake Tian, Lamb Guard of Honour and finish with the Ejaculating Cake or the Molten Chocolate Cake.

 Says Executive Sous Chef Shamsul Wahid: “We wanted to do something that was out-of-the-box. Enough of routine stuff had been done. Therefore, we decided to come out with this outrageously unique menu that gives our guests some extraordinary dishes to savour. The names of the dishes are as quirky as the dishes themselves. The response so far has been very encouraging and my fingers remain crossed for the future.”

Meal for two is priced at Rs 2,500 and that includes a three-course menu, excluding alcohol. On till September 30.



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