Asian flavours


As the day of The Himalayan Times Food Festival gets closer we give you two more cuisines you can relish at BICC on November 3. All the restaurants representing different countries are geared up to make the day memorable with their finger licking dishes. The extravaganza of the year, THT Food Fest will have music, games, drinks, food and above all an opportunity to let your hair down and enjoy.

Masala mix

With its spices and mouth watering flavours Indian food is something you just cannot say no to. “Indian food is generally hot and spicy and it is these masaledar items we are bringing at THT Food Fest,” says Ricku Pradhan, Executive Director of Tehzeeb.

Their menu consists of delicious veg and non veg items prepared with the typical Indian touch to give you food items that you will relish. Delicious chicken items like chicken biryani Hyderabadi, kathi roll and of course the spicy tandoori chicken will be served.

They will also be offering kebabs and fish tikka. And for vegetarians it’s wonderful paneer tikkas, tandoori mushroom and kathi rolls that you can enjoy. And after having these spicy food items the right thing to do would be sip on a glass of cool lassi they offer at the stall. “Previously I used to visit THT Food Fest and I did enjoy myself and since each country has a separate stall people have more choices and I think this year also it will be as good,” says Pradhan.

All time favourites

Food Fest menu

• Chicken drumstick

• Chicken/ Veg dumpling

• Spring rolls (Veg/non veg)

• Wanton

• Noodles

• Chicken chilli boneless

• Chicken Manchurian

(Price range Rs 100 to Rs 250)

They have been giving us the best Chinese food for almost three decades and at THT Food Fest you get a chance to taste the best of what they have. Nanglo Chinese Room will be offering various Chinese dishes. Most of them are chicken dishes, which are totally scrumptious. “We had participated once before and the response was very good, Nepalis like Chinese so I think the turnout will be good,” says Gopal Sunder Lal Kakshapati, MD of Nanglo.

Chinese food is not hot or spicy, for those who

like mild food this is where you should be headed. But then their chicken chilli boneless is a delight, one you just should not miss.

Their menu consists of dumplings, noodles, wantons, spring rolls, and chicken Man-churian. Some of these items are for vegetarians as well. You just have to think of your favourite Chinese dish and they have it and have the best in store for you.