In Capital of India some restaurants organizing dandiya and navratri special food festivals. New Delhi, brings to you Special Navratri Thali never tasted this good for the fast observers. Thali will include Tomato Cucumber Salad, Aloo Raita, Sabudhane Ka Papad, Aloo Ki sabzi, Arbi, Lokki Ki Sabzi, Kuttu Ki Roti, Singhare Ki Puri, Sawai Ke Chawal and Sabudane Ki Kheer.
The special nine nights of Navratri bring with them a fervour and flavour of their own. While celebrations differ all over the country, the underlying theme remains the same. Yet, fasting and observing Navratras no longer means missing eating out. Delhi brings in a mouth-watering Navratra special menu observing all the norms of saatvik cuisine at different locations in Delhi like restaurants in Chandani chowk, Connaught place, Karol bagh, Rajouri garden and more, so essential to this period. All served in a manner befitting this special feast, with well laid out thalis, and a service fit for a king. Also, in the menu are tempting snacks and savouries, all made with the ‘vrat’ in mind for a quick in between moment.
With a repast like this, can the sweet tooth be far behind???? The Navratra special menu at Radisson MBD, boasts of a wide selection of desserts as a perfect end to this meal. Savour specialties like the Makhana Kheer, Kaddu Ka Halwa, Sabudana Kheer and the Sama Ki Kheer. Each dish is lovingly served by attentive staff, in a well laid out thali with four vegetables, dahi, a glass of saffron milk, poori and one variety of dessert.
Served for lunch and dinner at best Delhi restaurant S18, the 24 x 7 brasserie and also at Made In India, the Indian cuisine restaurant on request, the Navratra spread will surely take you back to the old days of yore when the kitchens were buzzing with aromas of festive cuisine. The Navratra menu comprises of all the traditional dishes like Vrat ka Pulav, Vrat ke Chawal, Singhara ki Subzi, and Aloo Rasmissa. Adding a more exotic touch to the menu are Navratra Kofta, and Aaloo Mewaywali. While a more substantial addition to the menu are the Paneer and Aloo Makhana.
If you are feeling snacky, and would like a light bite during tea time, we also have some great snacks as part of our Navratra menu. The savories on the menu are Kele, Aloo, Arbi and Sabudane ki Tikki. There are also Aloo Pakodas, Sabudana Vadas, and Mewa Ki Chaat. All savories are served between 4 pm and 6 pm at S18.