Durga Pooja belongs to the Bengalis much like Navratri is reserved for Gujaratis. They dance, they pray and even in their fasts they feast. But to celebrate the end of the fast and ring in the festivities there is a Navratri Raas at Vivanta by Taj on MG Road.
The hotel has associated with Gujarat Tourism to promote not just the State of Gujarat but with a special focus on the enchanting land of Kutch with this menu that they like to call “Queen of Cuisines.”
Executive Chef Selvaraju Ramasamy and a team of chefs from Gujarat have created this signature menu. There are Gujarati delicacies like Khandvi, Undhiyu, Dal Dhokli and more that is set up in a buffet style.
No Navratri Raas is complete with Dandiya. So get your Gujarati on by the poolside at Cafe Mozaic.
The buffet is available through 2 October, 2017 and is priced at Rs 1250 plus taxes per person.
At Cafe Mozaic, Vivanta by Taj MG Road.