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Delve into the epicentre of Awadhi Cuisine

The MoMo Café at Courtyard by Marriott, Gurgaon is all set to bring you authentic delicacies from the land of Awadh from September 21 to 30 with onset of the \'Oudhi Dastarkhan\', wherein you can indulge and savour the royal flavours and culinary heritage of Awadhi food.

Published: 16th September 2012 12:05 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2012 12:05 PM   |  A+A-

The MoMo Café at Courtyard by Marriott, Gurgaon is all set to bring you authentic delicacies from the land of Awadh from September 21 to 30 with onset of the ‘Oudhi Dastarkhan’, wherein you can indulge and savour the royal flavours and culinary heritage of Awadhi food.

The festival that is going to take place at the MoMo Cafe comprises delicacies like Nawabi Kebabs, curries and Mughlai preparations. The scrumptious menu will feature signature dishes like Badam Ka Shorba, Murg Arq Shorba, Kabaili Kebab Murg, Dhungara Paneer Tikka, Awahi Korma, Kakori Kebab, Hariyali Kofta Shahpasand, Murg Tikka Mirza Hasnu Lucknowi Kakori kebab, Murg Tikka Mirza Hasnu, Dhungara Paneer Tikka, Shahi Tukda, Mirchi Ka Halwa, Navratan Pulao, Dal Gomti, Shahi Tukda, Gosht Dum Pulao, and a lot more.

Start this royal expedition with the chef-crafted set dinner menu at `1,295 or a la carte menu. This festival will recreate the cuisine’s true flavours using the magical blend of spices and slow fire cooking. ‘‘The dishes will be a wonderful spread of an elaborate Awadhi fair that will creatively blend warm spices with fresh vegetables and meats to create dishes par excellence. Like the enthralling history of Awadh, the cuisine has a class of its own too. Evoking the indolent spirit of the Nawabs, this 10-day festival will be a gastro and visual delight for every palate,’’ says Bishan Negi, Chef De Cuisine.

 

- Sunday Standard



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