April 21: Ghar-e-Kabab, an in-house restaurant of the Annapurna Hotel, has started a two-week festival named ‘Punj Tadka’ offering distinctive and rich Punjabi cuisines laden with aromatic spices.
The festival, which kicked off on April 19 will end on May 4, serving different Punjabi cuisines such as Bhatti da Murg, Makki di Roti, Sarson da Saag, Kukkad Curry, Machali Amritsari, among other dishes. According to Samir Bahadur Chand, multi outlet manager at the hotel, there are very few restaurants serving Punjabi cuisines in the capital.
“So, we hope the festival will satisfy the customers’ hunger for Punjabi food.”
A statement issued by the restaurant says that Punjabi cuisine has carved a niche for itself in the culinary realms of India.
There are options for both vegetarian and non-vegetarians in the festival. The ambience of the restaurant looks amazing, and the waiters are dressed up in Punjabi, giving a feeling that one is at a Punjabi restaurant in India.
“The cuisines offer a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary delights, all of which have a unique taste of their own. Staying true to tradition, every item will be prepared with hand-picked ingredients and with the utmost love, care and finesse,” the statement added.
According to Tripurari Singh, director of food and beverage, the festival is not just about Punjabi food.
“The feeling you get inside the restaurant is amazing. The servers are dressed up in Punjabi, and Punjabi folk/instrumental music will be played as per the request from the customers,” he said.
The festival starts at 12:30 pm and ends at 10:30 pm every day. For reservation, the hotel has requested to contact +97714221711 or +9779841365714.