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Tastes of India festivity at The Higher Taste

18/04/2017

At the Higher Taste, this summer season was welcomed by the Food Festival – “Tastes of India” with food delicacies from different parts of India. This festival featured cuisines from Kashmir to Kerala. This year Tastes of India festival was celebrated from 14th to 16th April 2017.

This wholesome buffet spread began with Tamatar Amla shorba from Sindh. All families were delighted with Mawa elaichi, Luknow biriyani and Chaval ka halwa form UP and Andra cuisines like Pesarattu, Chintapandu pulihora, Gongura pappu along with Shikampuri Kabab form Royal kitchens of Nizam of Hyderabad. Everyone relished Karnataka delicacies namely Aloo bonda, Kai kadubu, Udupi sambar, Shavige bhath, Tili saaru, Jolada rotti, Yennegai; Papdi Sandwich and Boondi kadi from Gujarat; Kashmiri mirchi paneer, Aloo chole dum from Kashmir; Bamboo shoot gyathuk from Sikkim; Dahi vada, Besan katli ki sabzi from Rajasthan; Mumbai Aloo tikka chat and Sev puri; Avarakkai sundal, Bagala bhath, Chettinad paneer from Tamilnadu; Punjabi dishes like Paneer satrangi, Dal bukhara, Moti saagwala, Tandoori roti, Pudina paratha; Odisha Dalma and Iddichakka pepper fry, Kerala paratha, chettinad kozhukatta, ambalapuzha pal payasam from Kerala.

All visitors enjoyed the starters, salads, main courses, deserts and live counters. Overall this fest remained as an unforgettable memory with our delightful visitors.

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