No doubt, Delhiites are big time foodies. We just need a reason and the feast begins. And when the occasion is as big as India’s 69th Independence Day, how can we refrain from celebrating it with food. Metrolife offers some options where you can head to savour great taste doused in the hues of the Tricolour.
Try the tiranga buffet at Grills and Platters for lunch and dinner. An array of dishes will be laid out like orange infused green salad, kesaria hara paneer tikka, trio herb grilled fish, tiranga rice, tiranga lancha, kesari paneer pasanda, tri mix veg and to sweeten the tooth- a tricolour mousse. For lunch, the buffet prices range from Rs 450 onwards and for dinner Rs 600 onwards.
The Tricolor pizzas and pastas at La Vie are a treat to the eyes as well as the taste buds. Drop in with your family and friends and relish the carnival of Independence Day at the price of Rs 1,400 for two.
Cafe Immigrant celebrates Independence Day with its specially curated tiranga paneer tikka to complete your dining experience at Rs 275 plus taxes.
A Special ‘69’ offered at Gastronomica this I-Day urges you to savour the many delicacies of world cuisine with your favourite drinks. Don’t be surprised when at the end of your meal the cheque arrives and you are asked to pay only 69 per cent of the total amount. Here, a meal for two will cost you Rs 1,200.
You can also opt for some scrumptious Mexican extravaganza at Rodeo which has devised a special menu to celebrate the historic day in foodie glory. The Independence Special menu features exotic tricolour dishes like Brochetas de Pollo (Chicken Brochettes), Quesadillas Trio (Tricolour Quesadilla), Pollo Al salsa de espinaca and Crepes surtidos (Assorted Pancake). Price starts at Rs 350 per person.
You can also usher in the spirit of freedom with a special brunch buffet at Royal Ballroom, Jaypee Greens Golf and Spa Resort. A variety of salads, soups, breads, dessert, and special tiranga dishes like vegetable skewers and vegetable timbale are there to delight your taste buds. Price starts at Rs 1,299 with a 25 per cent discount!
Tri-Colour food festival at Nom Nom, Hotel Ashok, offers you unlimited dimsums or sushis with a glass of wine /cocktail / mocktail and tiramisu at Rs 1,400 per person.
And for your sweet tooth, Cook Gourmet offers you some specialities from across India with the special tricoloured Satwik platter. The platter is the combination of four scrumptious servings of saffron curry, white rice, blueberry mishti doi and green curd. Price starts from Rs 348.
Urban Pind has crafted a special menu to celebrate the spirit of freedom. The menu features tricolour dishes like mousse, shahi tukda with beetroot halwa and Slush. The
tricolour sweet dishes for two will cost you Rs 370.