O ktoberfest is being celebrated at restaurants and hotels across the city. Copper Bar and Edesia at Crowne Plaza Today offers some of the most popular beers paired with great food like pretzels & salt sticks, leek & onion skewers, kasserloin, etc. Urban Pind and Urban Café at Khan Market and Saket are also offering mouth-watering treats and a nice selection of the best brews from across the world. India Grill at Hilton Garden in Saket will offer beer mugs accompanied by a selection of German sausages, nibbles like mini schnitzels, kranski sausages, Bavarian cheeses, etc. Pavilion and Dublin at ITC Maurya have also lined up special fare for the occasion, offering German specialities and lots of beer.
Y ellow Brick Road, Vivanta by Taj Ambassador now brings Delhi street food for their patrons. The menu includes anda bhurji with ajwaini parantha from Nizamuddin, chicken egg fry from Jama Masjid, even khatte cholle with masala kulcha from Chandni Chowk, masale wali fish fry with pyazi laccha and chutney, tangy chicken toastee with aloo chaat, egg fry chicken with pyazi laccha and chutney stuffed keema paratha with raita and kachumber. The offer is open till the month-end.
L eaders in casual dining, T.G.I. Friday's, now have an all new lunch offering; they have just introduced a two-course lunch menu for just Rs.199 (taxes extra). Guests can choose from five categories - soups, appetisers, salads, entrée's and mini desserts and accompanied with unlimited soft drinks. The vast spread of entrée comprises herb grilled chicken, vegetable quesadilla, herb mushroom pasta, Mediterranean pizza, Thai green vegetable curry, cottage cheese tchoupatoulis, herb chicken pasta and more.
Z odiac, the all-day dining at Fortune Select Excalibur, celebrates Singapore's multi-cultural food heritage with the ‘Little Singapore on Your Plate' festival. Enjoy elaborate lunch and dinner buffets serving popular dishes like curry laksa, nasi goreng, satay, poppiah and the must have Hainanese chicken rice – the national dish of Singapore. The fest is open, for both lunch and dinner, till Sept. 25.
Bounties From The Sea
B lanco at Khan Market now offers the best of jewels from the sea. Here you can savour seafoods like crab with Malaysian sambal sauce tossed with Vietnamese herbs, jumbo prawns grilled with lemon butter and a pinch of tomato basil, twisty lobsters yong with Asian spices, Konkani Masala squid served with coconut rice and phat phrik phaow tossed with roast chilli paste and lots more.
R oadhouse Bar and Grill at 13, Mayur Vihar District Centre now offers express lunches. The menu here includes soups, salads and dessert bar. The main course has among other things pastas, sandwiches, burgers, etc. And the cost Rs.499 per person inclusive of taxes.
M achan at the Taj Mahal Hotel brings authentic and traditional Korean food to your table. Open till Sept. 25, here one can taste dishes like Dak jim - simmered chicken, Neobiani - grilled slice beef, Saengseon jeon - pan-fried fish fillet, Galbegui - grilled beef short rib and many more to satiate your appetite. Ending on a sweet note will be the dessert Sujeong Gwa, a cinnamon punch with assorted Fresh fruits.
Far Eastern Soup
J oy Luck Moon at Select Citywalk in Saket is currently a Far Eastern Soup festival. Open till the month end, here you can choose from a wide range of soups like laksa, a popular spicy noodle soup from the Peranakan culture, which is a merger of Chinese and Malay elements called Penang Laksa soup, jade coriander mushroom soup, Spanish dragon prawn soup, Thai noodle soup and the well seasoned tom yum soup only.
M ade in India at Radisson Blue MBD Noida presents mouth-watering seafood and fish kababs from across the country. Here you can savour dishes like tandoori fish, prawns, squid, soft shell crab and lobsters marinated in secret spices and cooked to perfection by the chefs. Open till Sept. 25, for both lunch and dinner, a meal is priced in the range of Rs.650 to 875 plus taxes.