Chefs from different star hotels gear up to serve a wide variety. Hotel managements have already instructed chefs to make necessary arrangements to cope with sudden rise in arrival of dignitaries.
It’s going to be south and north Indian cuisine blended with Chinese starters, continental salads and deserts that will be served for VVIPs and other dignitaries attending the swearing-in ceremony of Chief Minister-designate N. Chandrababu Naidu on June 8 near Acharya Nagarjuna University.Chefs gear up
Chief Executive chefs from different star hotels, which are paying hosts for special guests, are gearing up to serve a wide variety of food.
Hotel managements have already instructed chefs to make necessary arrangements to cope with sudden rise in arrival of dignitaries.
“We are leaving no stone unturned in dishing out a variety of delicacies to our guests,” says D.V. Manor Chief Executive Chef Brijesh Thakur.Starters
Vegetarian and non-vegetarian food famous in South and North India will be served. Chinese food items, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian are listed in starters’ category.
Fried items made up of ‘panneer’, ‘baby corn’ and mushrooms in vegetarian category and those made with chicken and mutton ‘kheema’ in non-vegetarian category are included in the menu.Cake
A soufflé, a lightly baked cake made with egg yolk and beaten egg white with other ingredients is being prepared in a few hotels, besides ‘kheer’ made up of carrots and bottle gourd, ‘kalakand’, ‘kalajamun’, ‘moongdal-ka-halwa’ etc.
Popular Indian sweets are also being lined up. “We want to ensure good hospitality to our guests,” says Mr. Thakur.Tasty ‘biryani’
Special focus is laid on preparing vegetarian and non-vegetarian ‘biryani’. Garnished with carrot, onion and green chilly slices, hoteliers will serve the yummy ‘biryani’ in copper and steel ‘handis’ with ‘dahi raita’ (yogurt and onions) and mirchi-ka-salan (green chilly curry). Biryani made with prawn, fish, eggs and ulava charu (horse gram dish) are also provided.
Hotel Owners’ Association president K. Pattabhiram says delicious food items listed in the regular menu would also be dished out to dignitaries.