Indie nights at Feast Restaurant

With more than 50 Indian delicacies to choose from, Feast restaurant is a melting pot of authentic cuisines from North, East, West and South India.

What- Indian Theme Night

When- Starting 7th September’22, 7:30 Pm onwards

Where- Feast Restaurant, Sheraton Grand Hotel

Cuisine- Indian

This September, Feast restaurant at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai will introduce its new Indian Theme Night. Whether you are an adventure foodie or you call Indian delicacies a comfort of home, you will surely love every bite of each dish.

Every Wednesday starting September 7, from 7:30 PM until 10:30 PM, guests will be greeted by hosts wearing beautiful Saris while the entire restaurant is dress in colours embodying the vibrant culture of India.

For foodies who don’t like spicy, you will enjoy the North Indian station. Indulge in a melange of thick, flavourful and creamy dishes of Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab and more that includes the traditional Punjabi Murgh Tikka, Zafrani Jhinge, Kashmiri Rajma, Shahi Paneer, Murg Makhan Masala and Rogan Josh.

Ready to devour the delicious and diverse cuisines of West India? Goa, Gurajarat and Maharashtra offers mouth-watering dishes tucked in authentic spices inspired by different geographical and historical culinary backgrounds. Taste popular dishes such as Goan Prawn Ambotik, Gujrati Khadhi, Chicken Xacutti, Bombay Tawa Pulay, Beef Vindaloo and so much more.

East India is a pocket for easy and simple Indian cuisines. Travel to Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa and Bengal to taste the best Macher Paturi, Mangshor Jhol, Sorsebata Mach, Chingri Pulao and Calcutta Style Chicken Biryani. This part of India is also known for their love of sweets. You should not miss some of the favourites like Rasgulla, Jalebi, Kesar Peda and Sandesh.

Among the four states, South India probably offers the hottest Indian food. Explosion of rich flavours from Andhara Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana are prepared for those spicy lovers. There will be Chicken 65, Kothu Parotta, Chicken Chettinad, Meen Polichatu, Kerala Prawn Curry and staples such as Malabar Parota and Biryani.

Who travels India without tasting its Indian juices such as Chaas, Jal Jeera and Elaichi Lassi. Sweet tooth will also be satisfied with variety of Indian desserts lined-up like the Gajjar Ka Halwa, Kheer, Maharashtran Basundi and Shrikhand.

The entire experience will not be complete without India’s popular street foods. Have you tried the Aloo Tikki, the Gol Gappa or Dahi Puri yet? If not, you better add it on your list to try before coming so you don’t miss out.

Each of Feast restaurant’s incredible Indian Chefs brings well-known delicacies from their hometown making every dish authentic at its finest. With delectable flavours and diverse spices, Wednesday night will not disappoint.

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Bandana Jain is a seasoned lifestyle and travel journalist for the past two decades. Also a blogger, she loves pursuing modelling as a hobby. She has also ventured into the realms of anchoring and public speaking. When she is not pursuing any of the above, you can find her chilling by the beach or in park with her favourite cup of masala chai. Travelling is her passion, creativity her morale booster and enriching conversations give her the necessary thrust in life.