The spring festival Holi is about colours, but incomplete without good food too. Gujiya, Kanji Vadas, Dahi Bhalle and Thandai, are a must on every table to usher in the festive spirit. Holi like all other Indian festivals is about eating and merriment. Traditional sweets and savoury dishes have always been associated with Holi, but to break the monotony and shed the image of these being rich and sinful, a fun and modern twist is being given by chefs nowadays. So this Holi, head to any of these 5 places and enjoy an array of flavours, some traditional and others with an inventive twist.
Indigo Burger Project celebrates Holi with a twist on this traditional favourite. Try the limited edition HoliPaan Shake, a perfect mix of paan-flavoured goodness topped with gulkand, betel leaves, and more giving you a burst of desi flavours in a shake. Sip this colourful and decadent glass of joy this Holi. Alongside, relish the indulgent, messy and delicious Burgers, Sandwiches which this place is synonymous with.
This Holi, besides smearing each other in bright hues, keeps your spirits high by savouring delicious food at Mulk.
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Gorge on the flavoursome Thandai Rasmalai, Badam Kesar Milk, Anguri Rosogulla and revel in the festive fervour. The savoury items are equally a treat. Try the delicious Rang Birangi Murg, Makhmali Rangeen Kofta, Zinga Rangeen and Moti Pulao which will certainly leave you craving for more.
A Holi special menu awaits all ye foodies. The chef curated, Holi menu has an array of dishes to choose from and something for every palate.
Try the Beetroot and Kokum Gazpacho, Asian Delight Glass Noodle Salad, Bharwan Aloo, Eggplant Parcels, Veg Kofta, Nawabi Biryani and more.
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Hotel Marine Plaza welcomes spring and celebrates the energy of the festival of colours at The Bayview, with an exclusive Holi Brunch Buffet on 21st March 2019. Indulge in an elaborate brunch spread of diverse Indian cuisine, live counters and lavish desserts. Mouth-watering delicacies such as Bhuna Gosht, Murgh Handi Lazeez, Aloo Panchforan, Gujiya, Malpua, Puran Poli, and Thandai.
Holi is going to be more fun this year, thanks to the delectable Holi Specials that will be served at The Market Project. Holi meals are incomplete without quintessential chaats and sweets.
The Veg Platter includes desi Vada Pav and Onion Rings in Pizza Pocket along with Achari Paneer Fingers, and Shakarkandi Kachori Chat, while the Non-veg Platter includes Assorted succulent Kalimiri, Lasuni and Malai Tandoori Chicken with Hot and Spicy Chicken Wings. From appetizing dessert options like Gulab Jamun Creme Brulee to festive drinks like spiked Thandai, there is a lot to choose from.
Food critic, features writer and columnist, Mini Ribeiro is a qualified Journalist, from IIMC New Delhi. She specialises in the Food & Beverage and Hospitality space. As an established food & beverage writer, Mini currently contributes to several leading English publications across the country – Asian Age, Hindustan Times, Sunday Financial Express, Hotelier India, Go Getter and Vistara inflight magazines and Rediff.com. She also has her own You Tube channel called Mini’s Food Fundas. Fond of cooking, Mini enjoys experimenting in the kitchen with various cuisines, with Indian regional food, being her favourite. She has recently started, a platform for home talent, called 'Flavours from Home', an initiative which aims to make women who are passionate about cooking, entrepreneurs.