Hyderabadi Food Festival #ShahiDawaat @Sheraton-Feast, Bengaluru
Foodies in Bengaluru now stand themselves a chance to feel like Nawabs with a Ten-day long Hyderabadi Food Festival being organised at Sheraton Grand-Feast, Bengaluru.
Curated by Hyderabadi Chef B.Narsimulu Yadav, will feature cuisines from Hyderabad which is a blend of Persian, Mughlai and Lucknowi.
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The Hyderabadi cuisine draws its flavour from two rich legacies - the Deccani cuisine of Nizams with its delectable biryanis (rice flavoured with meat and vegetables), haleem (pounded wheat and mutton dish) and kebabs, and the spicy Andhra style of food, laced with mustard, garlic and chillies and eaten with doles of chutney and pickle.
The dishes are hot and richly endowed with nuts and assorted spices and cooked in asli ghee - has to be enjoyed to be believed.
Chef says typical hyderbadi recipes are rich in spices and flavor, its best to be enjoyed during winter specially paya soup or chicken shorba, haleem, keema paratha, mutton dhalcha, nalli nihari with naans, kodi kura and anda curry this festival is surely a non-vegetarian delight, offering the most sort after dishes.
The Festival also features some traditional vegetarian dishes from andhra like the green gram dhal dosa (pesarattu), gutti vankaya kura, andhra rasam, veg biryani, paneer tikka, gongura pachadi and okra fry.
Greeted with aromatic spice displays, live food counters and tufted comfy seating, truly the ambiance was a feast for the eyes.We started our food tasting session with an Irani chai, karachi biscuits and mutton puffs at the entrance and ended our meal with kulfi falooda...
Starters Counter: Keema Kaleji, Mutton Kabab, Channa Tikki, Pudina maachi fry and okra fry...
Fish Fry, Nalli nihari, Rasam, Chicken Shorba, Paya soup, kodi kura, mutton dhalcha from the buffet spread...
Water Melon Mojito
Shikampuri Mutton Kabab and Pudina Masala Tawa fish fry
Batter Fried Fish
Kaccha Gosht Biryani
Overall the royal spread was well organized with decent selection of veg and non-vegetarian dishes. My three picks from the spread was keema kaleji with naans, kodi kura and khubani ka meetha. Buffet spread is priced at 1500/- + per person.