Milk flavoured with saffron& sugar
Khandvi, Dhokla, Samosa and Hara Kabab served with a medley of chutneys- Tomato and mango. There were also Khakras to nibble on
Dal Bhati churma where the Bhati had masala stuffing inside..
Mango chutney and Lashun ki chutney [Garlic chutney]- sinful
The Mains- Paneer Sabzi, Palak Mattar, Gatte ki sabzi, Ker sangria, Dum aloo and Panchmel Sabzi [some of these keep changing on a regular basis]
The different breads- Besan ka chilla, Moong daal Chilla, Bedmi roti and Palak puri.
The desserts- Moong Daal Halwa and Kheer made with Rice – Simple and yumm
If there is one cuisine I love, and dont mind eating repeatedly it has to be Rajasthani food. From the very first time I had a Daal Bhati churma I was in love. And so am excited to tell you that The Dining Room, restaurant at Park Hyatt Chennai has converted itself into a Royal Palace from the princely state of Rajasthan for the Marwari food festival.
Royal Marwar, the land of Maharajas in the princely state of Rajasthan is not only famous for its rich culture. But what makes the state distinctive and popular is its delectable cuisine. Rajasthani’s love food and it is evident in the preparations. Dal Bati Churma and Gatte Ki Subzi are the most famous dishes from the state.
Even though they did have a few dishes from neighbouring states, we shall forgive them. Why? The fare from Rajasthan was simply divine and had me walking on the rugged roads of Jaipur biting into a Ghevar while looking for a place to sit to watch the Teej Festival. Every lane you walk into will have a stall selling hot samosas, kachori, or jalebis. It is a city that loves its food and shows it off proudly… So, what are you waiting for? Make that reservation already…..
The Royal Marwar Food Festival will run till 28th,
Cost- INR 1600 per person (Excl of taxes).
For more information or to make a reservation at The Dining Room, please call 044 4991 9965
or 044 7177 1234.
The reviews posted on this blog are based on my personal experience. Also remember that restaurants and eat outs sometimes change with time, so does their food and service. So, kindly consider these factors while visiting the places. Remember, no two palates are the same. Bon Appétit 🙂