Celebrate Ugadi, April 8 with festive culinary feasts from Taj Hotels, Bangalore. The restaurants n the property are offering guests the quintessential South Indian experience.
Karavalli at The Gateway Hotel Residency Road Bangalore, brings traditional cuisine for the New Year with Bevu Bella. Indulge in the festive banana leaf meal beautifully crafted by Chef Naren Thimmaiah. While the delicious main-course comes with traditional delicacies including Kaalu Usli (Sprouts tempered with Mangaloren homemade masala); and Southekai Pachadi (Manglore cucumber cooked with curd and grounded coconut), guests can also savour other Mangalorean delicacies like Ananas Saasive (Sweet & sour Pineapple curry with a tempering of mustard); and Dal Thovve (Traditional lentil tempered with mustard, chilly, ginger and curry leaves). The delectable desserts include Kadlebele Payasa (Split Bengal Gram cooked with Jaggery and creamy Coconut milk); and Kadubu (Steamed flat rice cake filled with a mixture of grated coconut sweetened with jaggery and flavored with cardamom).
Call 080 666 04545 for more details.
Latitude, the multi-cuisine all-day diner at Vivanta by Taj-Whitefield invites guests to celebrate the auspicious festival of Ugadi with authentic flavours over a lavish menu created by Executive Chef, Satya Kedharnath. Guests can savour delicacies such as Puliogare, Obbattu, Sakre pongal, Saggubiyyam payasam, and Medu vada.
This is available for lunch buffet and is priced at INR 1060 per person all-inclusive. Call 080 6693 3333 for more details.