Story on Curry festival in Hammer Food& Beverage MagazineDated: 30 January 2014 | Category: Press releases | Comments: 0
Mix by The BrewMaster, a 100-cover multi cuisine restaurant with a classy banquet,
located at Moments Mall, kirti Nagar, Delhi, recently held a two-week-long food festival titled ‘Curries of India’. The food Festival began on 10th January of this year. The Festival offering was available both for lunch and dinner with meal for two
costing an affordable Rs. 1100 plus taxes. The festivity of culinary senses presented exclusive curries served with wide variety of pullao to the guests. Of course that was not all.
According to the Executive Chef of the restaurant, Sanjeev Sharma, “In our Indian culinary tradition curries play important roles. Each region of the country has its own speciality in terms of species, taste and curries. In the festival we strived to
serve delicacies from each region of India in their authentic form.”
Overall, the delicious festival had plenty to offer for both non-vegetarians and vegetarians. For non-vegetarians, curries like Dhabba Jeengha(tiger prawns cooked dhabba style with special species) and Safed Maas(a Rajasthani Fare) and Goustaba
(a Kashmiri speciality, it is a dish of minced mutton balls cooked in curd and species) could have been among some of the out of the world treats. Nadri Curry, Rugaan-e-Chaman and hyderabadi Baigan Mirchi ka salan could easily had been the highlights of the vegetarian fare at the recently held food festival. The Delectatble desserts to culminate the food festival included Anjeer Badam Ka Halwa, Chocolate Jamun among others.