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The Orritel Hotel at Hinjewadi is playing host to a Dosa Festival,where,along with a hot cup of authentic South Indian coffee,you can sample unlimited dosas.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE |
March 21, 2009 1:25:00 am

Dosa feast
The Orritel Hotel at Hinjewadi is playing host to a Dosa Festival,where,along with a hot cup of authentic South Indian coffee,you can sample unlimited dosas. The festival will be on till March 26,between 12 pm and 3 pm. A variety of dosas will be offered on the platter – from plain to rawa,Mysore,dhaniawala,coconut,chutney,curry,Navratna,Schezwan and Manchurian,with the most lip-smacking choice of fillings like aloo bhaji,mix veg,paneer,peas and paneer,chinese veg to name a few. There’ll also be a choice of non-vegetarian fillings like egss,chicken kebab,chicken Indian style and Chicken Chinese dry,all dished out by Chef Vivek Burse.

Tiger tales
Taking the love of seafood to a whole new level,Alliance Foods has organised a sampling of tiger prawns at the ABC farms,Koregaon Park from March 20-22 between 4 pm and 11.30 pm. A whole range of marinated prawns,from tandoori,achari and pahadi to a premium snack range,comprising of prawn cutlets,prawn torpedoes and prawn spring rolls will also be available at the venue.

Culinary delights
The Dr Arvind B Telang Institute of Hotel Management will organise The Great Punjabi Theme Dinner at its Chinchwad premises today. Consisting of a menu which will include all things Punjabi,from the famous Butter Chicken to the Paneer Manchurian,the institute will play host to a gathering of alumni,students and guests drawn from all walks of life.

Celebrating Parsi new year
On the occasion of the Parsi New Year,the King’s Restaurant in Camp is celebrating Jamshed-I-Navroz on March 21 and 22. On this festive occasion,the joint has lined up mouth-watering delicacies like Patrani Machhi,Sali Murghi,Sali Gosht,Chicken in White Sauce,Mutton Pulav,Dhansak Dal,Jujeh Kabab,Chelo Kabab and Chicken Berry Rice. Jamshed-I-Navroz is the New Year’s day for the Parsi community in India and is usually celebrated on March 21,which is also the vernal equinox of the sun and the beginning of spring. The day heralds the advent of spring and bright sunshine,thus bidding farewell to winters.

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