Bengaluru, 23rd September, 2022: One of the oldest and longest trade routes, Grand Trunk Road spans from Kabul through Lahore, Delhi, Kolkata to Chittagong, Bangladesh. This diverse cuisine spans Afghani, Pakistani, Kashmiri, Persian, Punjabi, Awadhi, Lucknowi and Bengali dishes and is celebrated as a heritage from the yester years.
Nostalgic favourites include Miskin Nehari, Taftan, Taftoon Harissa, Galouti Kebab, Heeng Mattar Ki Tikki, Peshawari Khumb Bahar, Gosht Do Pyaza, Chooza Khaas Makhani, Jhinga Zaafran, Murgh Burrah, Gosht Gola Kebab, Lahori Masala Murgh, Bharwan Bhindi Do Pyaza, Khumb Mattar Makhana, Soya Chaap Rara Masala, Ghiya Mussalam, Sag Paita, Kunni Dal, Nawabi Tarkari Biryani, Dum Pukht Gosht Biryani, Sindhi Macchli Tikka, Bakarkhwani, Laal Kulcha and Shufta
The route spanning the Grand Trunk road, started in reign of Chandragupta Maurya, and was rebuilt by Sher Shah Suri, who renovated and extended the ancient Mauryan road in the 16th century. This went through some serious renovation and upgradation during the British rule. It flanks several countries and involves numerous pit-stops of prominent food hubs along its long and meandering way.
‘We have recreated the magic of the Grand Trunk Road Culinary Trail hoping to bring back the heritage and nostalgia for our guests,’ remarked Executive Chef Dirham Haque.
This special promotion is on for 2 weekends with the 2 Sunday Brunches showcasing some lost favourites like a live Litti Chokhha Station along with various kebabs, biryanis and sweet treats, reminiscent of India’s glorious past.
When: Weekends, 23rd, 24th 25th, 30th September, 1st &2nd October, 2022
Price: INR1950 +Taxes for Dinner
Sunday Brunch – on 25th September and 2nd October will have a spread of Grand Trunk Road specials
Prices: INR 3,304 Package without Alcohol
INR 5,404 Package with Alcohol
For reservations, please call +91 76191 46004
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