Travel & Lifestyle takes a peak at the New Year’s Eve special menu at The Café
With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu offers you a palette of exquisite fusion of international and local cuisine. With an element of surprise to all the dishes, the buffet dinner and its presentation will not disappoint you. Make sure you discover the fresh flavours and enjoy a quiet evening away from the hustle and bustle at The Café with an array of savoury meals.
With a crisp outer, the aloo tikki starter will definitely startle your taste buds as you bite into the wasabi filling. The honey chilli dip along with it will leave your senses soothed.
The timbur flavoured sea food chowder is just the right amount of chunky and creamy. Cut into bite-sized pieces the sea food brings the tangy flavour of timbur to the table. The innovative presentation of soup shots along with crunchy noodles will be something to look forward to.
Incorporating the well-known Japanese omelette, this dish is absolutely an eye-catcher. It is meticulously prepared, rolled and cut into perfect squares so that the ‘moola ko achar’ filling is visibly intriguing and interesting.
Infusion of two traditional cuisines is the making of another alluring dish. Precisely covered within a thick layer of dough, the fine biryani with sautéed vegetables is an explosion of flavours.
The classic stroganoff is given exclusivity with flavourful duck and rich sauce, making it a hearty meal you cannot resist.
This perfectly crafted pistachio cheese cake has a distinct appearance as well as taste. The sliced gulab jamun in it brings the taste back home.
The artsy chocolate golgappas with a fruit filling and an alcohol base (or non- alcoholic) is a treat to your taste buds.
A version of this article appears in print on April 07, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.