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EATING OUT Take your pick from Indian and Continental fare

Residency Towers offers a set dinner menu featuring signature dishes of its rooftop restaurant, The Crown. The menu has both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options in Indian and Continental cuisines, and offers a soup, choice of main course accompaniments and desserts.

The vegetarian menu includes basil tomato soup and cream of almond and broccoli soup, and paneer aur makai, Kabul paneer tikka, aloo kachaloo, rilli milli suzbi, dal makkahni and yellow dal in main course, Indian style. Cottage cheese steak, choice of pasta with sauce and vegetables will be offered in Continental. Kala jamun, rasmalai and ice cream are the desserts. 

The non-vegetarian menu includes Thai chicken noodle soup and zaffrani murgh shorba soup, and murgh tikka musulman, gajun-spiced grilled chicken, Punjabi fish curry, pan-seared fillet and mutton rogan josh in the main course, Indian style. Chocolate mud cake, rasmalai and ice cream are the desserts. 

The vegetarian menu is priced at Rs. 575 (plus tax) and non-vegetarian Rs. 675 (plus tax). The dinner is on till January 17 and is open from 6 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. The Residency Towers is located at No. 115, Sir Thyagaraya Road, T. Nagar. For details and reservation, call 2815-6363.

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