Known for the mystical land of opulent palaces, magnificent forts and royal lifestyle of Maharajas, Rajasthan also enjoys the worldwide reputation for its authentic, delectable and traditionally cooked cuisines. Whenever we talk about Rajasthani cuisines, the Thali (platter) full of flavors like spicy, tangy and sweet, immediately come alive. And I relish each such flavor and can vouch for the authentic taste of it.
Recently, I was invited to be a part of Royal Kitchen of Rajasthan, a food fair organized by The Imperial New Delhi at their famous restaurant, Daniell’s Tavern. I was delighted to be part of the fair where I relished the authentic taste of Rajasthani delicacies, excellently presented by Chef Prem K Pogakula.
Dinner Timings: 6:30pm-11:45pm
Duration: 16th-30th April 2018
Meal for two: INR 5000 + taxes without alcohol
Location: Daniell’s Tavern, The Imperial New Delhi
Call Daniell’s Tavern at 41116607 for dinner reservations
It provides everyone with an opportunity to explore the authentic cuisines of Rajasthan and take on a succulent sojourn to the majestic region with a traditional menu at Daniell’s Tavern. To quote, Chef Prem K Pogakula- Executive Chef, The Imperial New Delhi, “The cuisine that originated in the state of Royalty engulfing the surrounding regions in India, forms Rajasthani food. The state is famed for its rich regal culture and heritage and continues to fascinate food connoisseurs for its unique and distinct flavors. The arid nature of the region, the extreme climatic conditions, scarcity of water and vegetation has witnessed evolvement of unique cooking styles and food habits of the natives that is noticeably different from other Indian cuisines.…..”
Rajasthani food is actually an amalgamation of royal and local recipes with a unique cooking style and Daniell’s Taven never shies away from innovating and experimenting to produce culinary sensations. The food bonanza started with some of my favorite dishes like Ker Sangri ki Tikki, Rajsthani Mirch Vada followed by the main course which varied from Bajre ki Roti, Laal Maans, Khatto Murg, the good old Dal Bati Churma, mouth-watering gatte ki sabzi, and much more. Nookti made of gram flour dipped in Sugar syrup and served with chilled milk along with the lip smacking Lapsi , was a perfect end to my gastronomic expedition.
An extravagant feast awaits you at Daniell’s Tavern, The Imperial New Delhi. The charm of feasting on authentic Rajasthani cuisines amidst a breathtaking exotic Maharaja style ambiance is simply alluring. So just go for it and be a part of this amazing food event which will satiate your taste buds.
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