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Diwali Delights with Taj Hotels, Chennai!

The festive season of Diwali is here...and it’s time for special celebrations with friends and family. To add more joy to the festive spirit of Diwali, Taj Hotels, Chennai presents various brunch, lunch and dinner specials.

 

Taj Coromandel

 

Diwali comes alive at ANISE, the all-day diner at Taj Coromandel with special a Diwali Brunch. Savour beverages like ThandaiChaas; Sweet lassi and salted lassi; and Jaljeera. Indulge in Oven roasted sweet potato with sweet tamarind glazeMarinated peppers, pineapple salsaAloo papdi chaatBroccoli with pinenuts;  Poached pears, blue cheese & candied walnut; and Salad nicoise (classical), among others. The elaborate main-course beckons with Bharwan paneer with makhanaLasooni aloo palakKhusk subziaanDingri mutter khormaGarlic and thyme roasted chicken with merlot jusgreek style tenderloin and potato  moussakaPorcini risotto gallets with wild mushroom ragoutButter tossed haricot, asparagus and brussels sprout with feta and almond; and Asian spiced fried fish with chilli scallian sauce. The delectable dessert counter includes BarfisSandeshLadoo,KheerHalwaMango pot de crèmeFruit evelutiniCoffee and chocolate cakeBaklawaRaspberry and rose cheese cake; and Hazelnut pie. The Diwali Brunch is available onOctober 18 and priced at INR 1975 plus taxesCall 66002827 for more details.

 

For those like it traditional, head to SOUTHERN SPICE, the South Indian specialty restaurant at Taj Coromandel for special Thalis for lunch and Dinner. Sip on deliciousPineapple rasam or Shunkat Jeri meri (Bay prawns tossed with pounded cumin and black pepper); try the Kappa cutlet with idi chammandi (Spiced tapioca cutlets with pounded coconut and tamarind relish); or Kara paniyaram (Tomato and garlic chutney stuffed rice dumplings). The mains include Mutton Mappas (Succulent lamb morsels simmered with raw mango and coconut milk); Kovalam meen varuval (Marinated seer fish darnes cooked in a griddle) for non-vegetarians while vegetarians can delight in Aympon vellai kuruma(Field beans, almond and spring vegetables in a rich cashew and coconut gravy); Beans paalya (A Kannadiga style dry preparation of beans with spices); Kadala yam gassi(Black chickpeas and yam in a byadgi chilly and coriander seed spice mix); and Allepey kada chakka curry (Raw jack fruit simmered with raw mango and coconut milk). Savour these with accompaniments like Chicken kothu Idiyappam or Vegetable Kothu IdiyappamIdlyAppam; and Steamed rice. End this special Diwali meal on a sweet note withStrawberry ela ada (Strawberry and coconut in rice casings); Dum ka rote halwa (White bread and sugar confection with an abundance of clarified butter); and Broken wheat payasam. The Diwali Thali is available on October 18 for lunch and dinner, and is priced at INR 1750 plus taxes (Vegetarian) and INR 1950 plus taxes (Non-vegetarian)Call 66002827 for more details.

 

 

The Gateway Hotel IT Expressway Chennai

 

BUZZ, the all-day diner at The Gateway Hotel IT Expressway Chennai celebrates Diwali with a special lunch buffet. This festival, enjoy a varied spread including special Chaats, assorted fresh fruit drinks, milk shakes, Thandai, assorted Lassi and Jaljeera, for start with. South Indian specialties include Sarkari Pongal; Wada Payasam;  Beans & mushroom Usli, MurrukuChennai style Briyani PuliodaraiPoriyalPeerkangai khootu;  and the much-loved Elukai Sambar.  For tastebuds that prefer North Indian dishes, choose from Aloo Subzi with bedwni ki poori;  Noorani Seekha KebabPaneer Gukdasta Lowki MussalamDal Makhhni; and Awadhi Gosht.  And there’s more…this long buffet spread also includes delectable desserts including AdirasamSurya KalalaChandrakalaKajju KatliSandaesh and  KheerThe lunch buffet is available on October 18 and priced at INR 1200 plus taxes
Call 6680 2500 for more details.

Oct 16, 2017
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