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Relishing the 20-20 dishes

Neha Das, October 3, 2012 19:22 IST

CRICKET MANIA

Although India is out of the ongoing T20 World Cup (WC) and cricket lovers are in a state of shock at not being able to see their favourite stars back on the field for sometime, restaurants on the other hand are continuing to make moolah with their revamped food menu for the World Cup.

Navanda’s, a fine-dining restaurant at Sunder Nagar is screening the T20 World Cup matches along with serving a World Cup theme menu like Bhajji Special murg masala, Dhoni ki daal kamaal and Kohli josh-e-gosht. Plus, they are also giving exciting discounts to customers who correctly guess ‘man of the match’.

Even though the Indian team had to pack bags and board the next plane home, cricket enthusiasts can still relish and gorge on the special menus dedicated to their stars.
“The reason behind the special menu based on the World Cup theme is to serve something interesting to our patrons apart from the regular dishes.

“Cricket appeals to every Indian and what better way to celebrate it than enjoying delicious food along with watching live matches with friends and family. So, we have tried to make the food interesting by adding special names for the dishes,” said Anand Gupta, owner of Navanda’s.

Another restaurant, Raasta at Hauz Khas is also providing T20 dishes to woo customers. Raasta has come up with a fixed menu with a variety of beer buckets from domestic to imported along with vegetarian and non-vegetarian starters. So, cheer for your favourite team and enjoy the game along with the varied menu that Raasta has to offer. “We are a Caribbean based restaurant and that is why we have a Caribbean menu with a bias towards the West Indies team! We have Caribbean chicken strips, gold bags made from baby corn and water chestnuts and lemon pepper breads. We also have sea food including prawns,” says Ajay Babu, the executive chef.

Other restaurants like Hard Rock Caf, Mocha and Rang De Basanti Dhaba are also offering exciting menus and special screenings of the matches. So, go and enjoy good food along with the ‘gentlemen’s game’!

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