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Hyderabadi Nizam food Festival at Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore

Hyderabadi Nizam food Festival at Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore

Got an invite for Hyderabadi Nizam Food Festival at Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore by last week, there was huge traffic and finally reached the destination by time.

Hyderabadi Nizam Food Festival at Marriott, whitefield, Bangalore

We had Chef. Madhusudhanan, who has come long way from Hyderabad to prepare authentic and traditional food for this Hyderabadi Nizam Food Festival. As the concept, the food was totally rich with the rich flavors and the masala prepared with nuts like almond/badam, pista, cashew nuts right from the soup till the desserts.

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Let me share the food I had there with the pictures –

  • Shorba – Makai Aur Badami (veg) and Tomatar Jhinga (non-veg). I had Tomato Prawn soup, prawns are tenderly cooked in tomato were the taste was well balanced being spicy and tangy.
  • Starters – Arni Aur Channa tikki, Subz Tarkari Tikki and Nawabi Paneer Tikka for veg and Pather ki Gosth and Machi Ki Shammi – All the starters were too good, being a non-vegetarian I always like Pather ki Gosth – were the mutton (lamb) pieces are marinated well in a spicy masala and cooked on the stone top.
  • Main course – What do one remember when it’s Nizam food festival? – Yeah Absolutely you are right – there was 3 varieties of Briyani – Chicken Briyani, Mutton Biryani and Kabuli Briyani which was accompanied with gravies – Dakha Gosht, Paneer Pista Korma, Ambada Dal, Tamatar ki salan. Last but not least the king of Nizam food – “HALEEM” – served with roti, nan and paratha. Haleem was too good, being a lover of Haleem I enjoyed it to the core ?
  • Dessert – Potharaekulu – The first time I got to taste potharaekulu, which was made with too many soft, crispy layers and sprinkled with finely chopped pieces of pistachios, which melts in the mouth. Double Ka Meetha – It has right sugar level, so that one can have more than two. Uroosa – I felt the taste of beetroot, condensed milk similar to beetroot halwa, but unware of what it’s made of . Chum chum was taste to the perfection and finally the Fruit Custard – I like anything made with the combination of fruit and milk.

Worth to give a try – I am sure you would love it. This festival is from 15th of May till 25th of May, never miss it, perfect for this rainy evenings and the timings – 7.00 p.m till 11.00 p.m.

 

 

 

Rajasthani Food Festival at M-Cafe, Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore

Rajasthani Food Festival at M-Cafe, Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore

 Got an invite for Rajasthani Food Festival at Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore on last Friday, M-Café being one of my favorite hotels, whatever the food it doesn’t go wrong. I love Rajasthani Cuisine, it was Fairfield Marriott who introduced the Rajasthani cuisine to me by last year. Now let me share my experience with M-Café, Marriott, Bangalore.

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The menu was curated by the chef. Maharaj Bhik Singh, who has come down to Bangalore for this festival. Chef. Maharaj Bhik Singh and M-Café Executive Chef. Mahesh padala explained about the delicious spread. Also they stated that few of ingredients were bought from Rajasthan to maintain the taste and tradition of the dish.

When it comes to Rajasthani Food Festival there are few dishes which comes to everyone’s mind – Dal Bhati Churma, Laal Maas, Bhajre Ki Roti or Bhajre ki Kichdi, Mirchi Bada, Ker Sangri Ghevar.

We had

  • Shorba – /baajre Ki raab
  • Refreshment – Buttermilk
  • Appetizers
    • Veg – Paneer Ke Suley, Dal Pakodi, Mangodi ki Tikki
    • Non-veg – Murg ka parche, Rai ki Machli
  • Main Course
    • Veg – Gatte ki subzi, Ker sangria, Aloo mangodi, Subz panchmel, Dal Bati churma, Atta ka choorma, Besan ka Choorma
    • Non-veg – Murgh ka mukul, Laal Maas
  • Desserts – Ghewar, Misri Mawa, Bikaner Ramalai, Mawa kachori

Also, there was a live chat station for Tandoor Roti (Bajr ki roti, makki ki roti), chat station (Aloo papdi, Dahi vada …)

Timings: The festival is there till April 6th and with the pricing of Rs. 1575/- per person, and only for dinner.

A must to try for all Bangaloreans.

North Italy Food Festival, Alto Vino, Marriott, Bangalore

North Italy Food Festival, Alto Vino, Marriott, Bangalore

Got an invite to Alto Vino, Marriott, Whitefield, Bangalore for North Italy Food Festival with wine paring, loved the food and the event to the core. As every time Marriott rocks in its food, one of favorite hotels, every time you the food would be more and more delicious than I expect. Let me share my experience…

Our review started with the information about the event, Chef – Narrated us about all the food, how they are made and how they enjoy making it during winters in North Italy.

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Our food started right from the salad – Vitello Tonato (Veal slow cooked and served with tuna and capers sauce), La Cisra (chickpeas coup and winter vegetables)- soup was too good, as the winter vegetables were cooked in the chickpeas boiled water, Branzillo alla livornese (marinated seabass, toasted in cherry tomato, olives, cappers and potato), Pannacotta alla fragalla (crunchy chocolate and strawberry pannacotta) – dessert was mind blowing, also there was chocolate shavings all over the plate which adds more beauty.

Give a try, and all these comes with the wine and it costs INR 4k for two.

 

 

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