By: Nascimento Pinto
Celebrate Diwali Punjabi-style this year. If you’re looking for delicious food, Made In Punjab has organised a special lunch buffet menu that includes Subz Zaffrani Shorba, Dahi Gujiya, Sweet Basil Murgh Tikka for starters and classics like Sarso Da Saag, Makki Di Roti, Kadhai Paneer and Fish Patiyala Sahi Curry for mains. For your sweet tooth Moong Dal Halwa, Apple Phirni and Crispy Jalebi with Lachcha Rabri feature on the menu as well.
Date: 11th November
Time: 12 – 4pm
Price: Rs 650 + taxes per person
Rajasthani Thali @ Khandani Rajdhani, All Outlets
The thali restaurant offers an exciting Diwali feast. Khasta Kachori, Samosas, Daal Baati Churma, Khama Dhokla, Akhrot Modak Modak, Karanji Halwa take turns to feature on the thali.
Date: 11th November – 15th November
Time: 12 – 3.30pm, 7 – 11pm
Price: Rs 440 per thali (inclusive of taxes)
No Indian festival is complete without sweets. Give tradition a twist with Le15’s flavourful Diwali menu. The cupcake and macaron menu includes Cashew Cream, Roasted Almond, Coconut macarons; and the Nutella Sea salt Brownie Cupcakes make for an apt gift.
Date: 7th November – 15th November
Time: 10.30 am – 10.30pm
Price: Rs 60 – Rs 70 + taxes per piece
Lotus Café is hosting a Diwali Brunch that includes a wide variety of food from all over the country. On the menu, you’ll find Paneer Amritsari, Kashmiri Rajma, Bhunna Hara Saag, Walache Bhirde, Goan Fish Curry, Hyderabadi Biryani and more. Mumbai Chowpatty specialities like Khada Pav Bhaji, Anda Pav and Dabeli Pav also make an appearance. End the sumptuous meal with desserts that include Homemade Kulfi, a fruit station and 15 desserts from different states of India.
Date: 11th November
Time: 12.30 – 4pm
Price: Rs 2,735 per person (without alcohol) (inclusive of taxes), Rs 3,991 per person (with alcohol) (inclusive of taxes), Rs 1,486 per child (inclusive of taxes)
Need a twist to the classic mithai for Diwali? The Sassy Spoon gives your sweet tooth a tug this Diwali with a Diwali dessert menu. The menu includes a Pistachio Kulfi Baklava, Pistachio Khandvi served with cardamom basundi sauce, Deconstructed Shahi Tukda – ghee croutons with rabri pannacotta and pista kulfi, and more. They also have a textured mithai with seven different flavours that include Masala Chai Ganache, Mava Barfi and Saffron Mousse as well.
Date: 9th November – 14th November
Time: 12 – 10.45pm
Price: Rs 350 + taxes onward per dessert
What’s a celebration without beers? Head over to The White Owl to drink a wide range of beers. The microbrewery has a Brew Of The Week offer on Ace and Diablo – two of their most popular beers – which will be available at Rs 175 + taxes for a small beer. The second offer: Supersize Your Beer offers a large beer at the price of the small beers which range from Rs 250 – Rs 399, along with their regular food menu.
Date: 9th November – 14th November (Brew Of The Week) 9th November – 12th November (Supersize Your Beer)
Time: 12pm – 1.30am (Brew Of The Week), 12 – 9pm (Supersize Your Beer)
Meal For Two: Rs 1,500 + taxes (without alcohol), Rs 2,000 + taxes (with alcohol)
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Updated Date: Nov 09, 2015 15:24:26 IST