Celebrate India’s Gastronomic Legacy this Independence Day at Taj Dubai

Anjeer ka shahi tukraAugust 8, 2016, Dubai: To celebrate the special occasion of Indian Independence Day, Taj Dubai’s award-winning Indian designer kitchen, Bombay Brasserie brings you a unique evening brunch on August 15th from 7 to 11:30pm. Priced at AED 225 (soft beverages only), the meticulously crafted menu explores the country’s culinary diversity.

A traditional Indian welcome by the Bombay brigade will include a (non-alcoholic) welcome drink. Cocktails, served in Martabaan jars feature an interesting variety of signature flavours including smoky, pickling spice, thandai, and pistachio lassi. Masala chai will be served in a kullad and for guests who fancy a little more, there’s always Masala Mary.

No Indian festivities are complete without a live counter serving irresistible classic Indian street food. The Bombay brigade is dishing out all-time favourites like Pani-Puri (water cookies), Aloo Papdi Chaat (crispies, potatoes with tamarind, yogurt and black salt), Vada Pav (spicy potato balls in soft white buns), Chicken Kebabs and Karwari Prawns (fried prawns in semolina and curry leaves) – these just being the starters.

The main course features popular dishes from all over India, including Tawa Gosht (Lamb curry), Dum Ka Murgh (succulent chicken with Spanish saffron), Teen Mirch Ka Jhinga (spicy prawns), Shahi Paneer Makhana (cottage cheese), Sarson ka saag aur makki di roti (traditional North Indian dish), and Dal Makhani (slow-cooked black lentils), all served with traditional accompaniments like Raita (yoghurt with cucumber, tomato, mint) and assorted Rotis (breads).

Decorated in true celebratory style, complete with diyas and rangoli, Bollywood classics will notch up the vibrant mode at Bombay Brasserie. The Bombay Brasserie Independence Day brunch is served on August 15th 2016 only, from 7pm to 11:30pm, at AED 225 per person (including soft beverages – alcohol on consumption).

For reservations call +971 4 438 3100.

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