Thursday, 23 November 2017

Dine Like a Maharaja - Hyderabadi cuisine at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi

The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi is celebrating the deliciously exotic taste of authentic Hyderabadi cuisine in it’s festival, “Dine like a Maharaja”. The reason why Hyderabadi cuisine is so famous is because it is a perfect blend of the best of Turkish, Arabic and Mughal taste sensibilities. Some dishes from the Hyderabadi cuisine retain the taste of native Telugu and Marathwada.

Dine Like a Maharaja

Dine Like a Maharaja - Hyderabadi cuisine at The Leela Ambience Convention Hotel, Delhi

Dine Like a Maharaja
The delicacies have been curated  by the expert chef’s at the Leela ambience to allow you a visual as well as culinary treat. This is the season 2 of “Dine like a Maharaja” series. This culinary retreat has been designed for the food lovers who relish the ultimate taste of dishes from the state of Nawabs and Pearls.
Dine Like a Maharaja
Chef De Cuisine Ashwini Kumar Singh, personally visited the city of Hyderabad. Every little detail has been taken care of to recreate the hidden culinary jewels that reside in the lanes of the city by communicating with the localities and tasting the dishes, first hand!
Dine Like a Maharaja
The grand menu of this food fest offers a grand variety of dishes such as: Tootak, Arbi ki shami, Varqui Luqmi and lots more. There is good news for those with a sweet tooth too as a lots of desserts, such as: Khajoor ka halwa, sheer khurma, shahi tukda will be available too. So, you can totally satisfy your sweet cravings.
Food I Tried

Food I Tried
The ambience of the place too, has been recreated to feel similar to a royal durbars so that the diners can feel nothing short of a Maharaja while enjoying their meals. Striking decor such as use of Royal colours like deep Maroon, Bottle Green and luxurious fabrics along with paintings that look like they are right out of the Mughal era and silverware make the fest look aristocrat in every sense of the world!! 
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The seating arrangement is spread across a spacious lawn so that you can visit the fest and enjoy a sumptuous meal with your family.
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The buffet prices:


Adults: INR 1591 plus 18 percent GST
Kids between 5 to 12 years of age: INR 800 plus 18 percent GST
 
Food I Tried

Food I Tried

Having a first hand experience of tasting this cuisine, I surely recommend everyone to give it a shot. The gravies smell amazing and have a lively flavour of balanced notes of spicy, sweet and tangy. The sweet dishes are next level!! The live grill counter serve marinated non veg snacks with authentic hyderabadi touch.

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