Oct 03, 2016
Indian festivals are incomplete without good food, but if you are fasting this festive season, meat and a lot of other foods are a complete no-no. Like every year, this time too Mumbai and Delhi restaurants are looking to woo their guests by introducing lip-smacking festive menus in the form of vegetarian specials across the country. If you are planning to eat out in the next few days, you may want to add these restaurants to your list.
Although Bastian is known for its seafood, this season the chefs have introduced an impressive variety of vegetarian dishes. This Navratri, gorge on their amazing vegetarian spread that includes dishes like Kale Caesar Salad with charred corn, roasted garlic and Parmesan, Baby Potatoes with Kimchi Butter, Crispy Noodles with Mixed Vegetables served in Black Bean Sauce to name a few and for those with a sweet tooth, their hearty cheesecakes are a delight.
If you wish to celebrate Navratri with traditional Gujarati food, Soam is your place to be. The vegetarian restaurant at Babulnath will up their game in the coming week with some festive delicacies on the menu. You can indulge in the chaat, pattice, undhiyu with Rajgira ki puri, sama pulao and a lot more till the end of the festivities.
MoMo Café, Courtyard by Marriott, Gurgaon
Enjoy this festive season with a meal fit for kings with a specially crafted thaali at MoMo Café, Gurgaon to mark the beginning of the all festivities. Delicacies like phaldari paneer, Singhare ki Sabzi, Kaddu ki sabzi, Kuttu ki poori and basundi are just a few of the dishes to be enjoyed at this restaurant that bound to leave you with a gastronomical experience to remember.
Known for their Parsi food, SodaBottleOpenerWala, Delhi have now introduced a Navratri special menu that includes a three course meal with dishes like Kera na cutlets, khattu meethu kaddu and vrat ka falooda to name a few along with an a la carte option. Drop in anytime between the 1st and 10th October to enjoy these delicacies.
Domino’s, across central, northern & parts of western India
Ever heard of a Navratri special pizza? Well, that is exactly what Domino’s has come up with this season. Their new ‘Navratra Pizza’ is made of water chestnut flour and white millet flour, and topped with fresh mozzarella cheese, paneer, tomatoes and crunchy sabudana with fresh tomato sauce, made with rock salt. The topping is made without onion and garlic! They also have a Sago Pudding, which is a sweet dessert made of milk and sabudana, and topped with blueberries. Enjoy the Sabudana Crispies and Tangy Tamarind dip as a snack.