Different restaurants across the city are serving up a feast today. A perfect day to indulge in food that reflects the country’s rich culinary heritage. Here are a few places to choose from:
All day dining restaurant, Seven at Shangri-La Hotel will celebrate Republic Day with an Indian-themed menu. From Chicken Kofta Curry , Fish Varual, Lamb Yakhani and Murgh Badami Shorba to Raan Mussallam. Seven has variety inclusive of meat, seafood and vegetables, cooked in traditional Indian methods, apart from their vast options in pickles, rotis and desserts.
International cuisine will also be available, albeit with a customised Indian touch.
The Leela Mumbai is hosting a spread featuring the spices and flavours of the country at Citrus, culminating Indian cuisines that include Tiranga Paneer Tikka, Murgh ki Nihari, Gobi Mussallam, Dal Panchmeal, Motiya Pulao, Tirangi Burfi, Rajbhog, Gajjar Halwa and Gulab Jamun amongst others.
While at the JW Marriot you can stay true to your roots with Meen Pollichuttu, Chicken Stew, Urlai Roast and Kalappam from the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Punjabi cuisine enthusiasts can choose from a spread of Masaledar Batear, Bhuna Hara Saag, Dal Makhani and Baingan Bhartha. Treat yourself to traditional dishes from Bengal like Kosha Mangsho, Margi Jhol, Cholar Dal and Chingri Malai. The authentic flavours from the Western Ghats of Maharashtra will come alive with dishes like Kheema Pav, Pav Bhaji, Amti Masala Bhat and Vatana Ussal.
Other places worth visiting are
F Lounge Diner Bar which will have a special Swadeshi Platter and Tri-colour Ravioli where the chef has experimented with the colours of the flag and created dishes accordingly. Republic Day-themed dishes like tri-coloured sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, and tikkas are also being offered at Westin Mumbai Garden City, the SKKY Lounge, Ramada Powai as well at The Den.