Eateries in the city are reaching out to food lovers this festive season
Eateries across the city are bringing in Diwali with special preparations. Vega at Lado Sarai is offering a Diwali special thali. The North Indian thali starts with a thandai/ jal jeera, followed by a shorba, a snack and a healthy salad. The thali consists of an Indian creamy dal, scrumptious vegetables and paneer served with dahi bhalla, accompanied with an array of Indian breads, shahi pulao and matka kulfi.
The Gourmet Shop, ITC Maurya, is whipping up the orange opera cake and spiced herb and cheddar bread. They cost Rs. 1500 and Rs. 450 respectively, exclusive of taxes.
Café Turtle, which has outlets in Khan Market, Greater Kailash -1, Nizamuddin East Market, is preparing the rocket, feta and olive pizza, the pesto and sundried tomato pizza, grape, pear and bocconcini Salad, spaghetti aglio olio and chocolate ginger tart.
The China Kitchen, Hyatt Regency, is offering a 20 per cent discount on food on Diwali. One can also indulge in special packages that include the signature Peking Duck along with a selection of beverages starting at Rs.4500, exclusive of taxes.
But for those led by the sweet tooth, The Chocolate Box at Radisson Blu MBD, Noida, located at Sector 18, Noida, offers Chocolate Box Hampers full of gourmet treats. They come in premium and deluxe varieties. While a Premium Hamper costs Rs.4975 plus taxes, the Deluxe Hamper costs Rs.3825 plus taxes. For information, call 9654997548 / 9999621855.