Awadhi food festival
THE graciousness of the Awadhi Nawabs, the almost magical and mysterious skills of the Khansamas, those master chefs who were legendary, makes it easy to see why India’s culinary golden history was at it resplendent best during the Awadh dynasty. Hotel Hampshire Plaza now hosts a food festival of Awadhi cuisine for the city’s connoisseurs of fine food.
Inviting them to experience first hand, a taste of history, of a superb employment of the finest ingredient s giving shape to archetypal dishes of Awadh in a lavish buffet spread fit for royalty.
The buffet dinner includes mouthwatering kebabs like Galouti and Kakori, renowned Awadhi Pulav, khormas and sheermals and a host of other dishes that has made Awadhi cuisine an eternal one long after the dynasty got lost in the pages of history. At Rs 355*, the buffet promises to be a delight for those with a discerning taste in pursuing gourmet pleasures.
At Hampshire Plaza Hotel, the passion for presenting the finest cuisines from India’s rich culinary heritage continues with the Awadhi Food Festival in the impeccable ambience of the Bombay Palace.
Sultan Mohammed Mirza – Renowned Ghazal singer is from well known Moghuls family in Hyderabad who is professionally experienced in musical field for 25 years had performed national and international programs in Dubai and Saudi Arabia and been awarded by Salarjung museum, dept of Culture, All India Radio – Doordarshan and AP Tourism as the best performer of Ghazals is now associated with Hampshire Plaza – Bombay palace – Indian fine dining restaurant to perform “Live Ghazals” entertaining the patrons. His Hindustani classical music takes you along with the Indian tastes.
Composing ghazals on his own tunes and his melodious voice are the god’s special gift which is been appreciated by all the guests. Chef Rehman is one of the most experienced Awadhi chefs of the country and is now at Hampshire Plaza Hotel – Hyderabad to dish out the tastes of traditional Lucknowi Nawabs and hails from the Royal Kitchens of Awadhi Nawabs.
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