Go Mughlai this evening


Here is another reason why you should eat out again this season. the Biryani and Kebab festival at The Café, Hyatt Regency.

Executive Chef Narender Singh and his team have recreated the exotic cuisine from the kitchens of the Mughal Empire. The festival features rich food with exceptional flavour that will tingle your taste buds and make you want more.

The menu conceptualised is sumptuous, the dishes rich and heavy. The Chef has lined up a number of choices for vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

The vegetarians can relish Loukmani tarkari biryani made from selected vegetables, cooked rice and herbs or Kofta Biryani Uttar Dakshin, which is a blend of north and south, spicy vegetable biryani.

While for those who love to sink their teeth on soft lamb shanks cooked in yoghurt and mint flavoured rice can, there is the Rakadar ki Dum nail Biryani.

It does not end here. Boneless chicken and seafood cooked with saffron rice and ajwain gives a whole new taste to Awadhi Murgh Dum Biryani and Mouj-e-Samunder.

The Chef has focussed a lot on the aromas, flavour and style giving each dish a unique taste.

Biryanis will be served in the buffet, while Kebabs can be chosen from the menu, which includes Ghost Shikampuri Kebab, Noor-e-murgh, Murgh ki Chaamp and Ajwaini Tandoori Pomfret for the non-vegetarians, while veggies can choose from Bhunney Khulley, Subz ke Shikampuri, Paneer jalli Kebab and Sunheri Khasta.

(The festival is on till November 20)