Navratri: Hotels revamp menu with ‘fast’ food for the nine-day Navratri festival | Latest News & Gossip on Popular Trends at India.com

By Indo-Asian News Service, March 20 2015

New Delhi, March 20 : Get set for gastronomical adventures galore with the onset of Navratri from Saturday. Various restaurants across Delhi-NCR are ready with revamped menus to cater to the appetite of food patrons during the the nine-day Navratri festival which starts this Saturday. Hotels and restaurants have redesigned menus to cater to people who would be following a strict food regimen, which includes avoiding onion, garlic, rice, wheat, meat, iodised salt and alcohol. (Read: Navratri Special: Top 10 traditional cuisines for the festival)

Masala Art, a restaurant at the high-end Taj Palace, is offering ‘Temple Cuisines of India’ — a vegetarian menu with dishes that have been inspired from the temples across the four corners of the country – throughout the nine days of the Navratri festival. Vegetarian food chains like Evergreen, Bikanervala and Haldiram’s are also offering sumptuous food chaats and thalis during the fest. The special Navratri thali includes samak rice, kuttu ki puri, sitaphal ki sabzi and mixed fruits.

The Suryaa Hotel here too has come up with interesting items for its fasting patrons. They can gorge on kacche kele and cottage cheese koftey in squash (pumpkin) curry, zaffrani chironji dal accompanied with samak ke chawal or kuttu ke paranthe paired with peanut raita. To conclude the feast, there is kalakand kulfi sundae or mewe lauki aur makhane ki kheer.

But what’s more interesting is an Indo-Italian feast being offered by Storm Bar and Grill at East of Kailash. Offerings like sabudana pizza, saanwak biryani, banana tikki and more will be served up to ensure that those who are fasting go on feasting!

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