Gear up to indulge in some amazing gastronomical delights at MONARCH, delving into 14 days of a culinary trip, hosting an authentic Street Food Festival from across India. This festival will provide the perfect platform for Jaipurities to gorge on some of the best street food from Chandi Chowk in Delhi, Kahu Gali of Indore, Juhu Chowpatty & Mohammed Ali Road of Mumbai, T-Nagar and Marina Beach in Chennai, Sadar bazaar from Agra, Park Street in Kolkata without even leaving their city.
This unique food festival will provide a plethora of traditional dishes like Tikki Chaat, Chola Bhatura, Papdi Chaat, and Gujrati Farsan Bar like Khandvi, Fafada, Patra, Vada Pav and Misal Pav from Maharashtra, Peniyaram, and bonda from South Kolkatta Kathi Rolls. Exclusive Regional Biryanis of the Day .. Kathal Biryani, Awadhi Gosht Biryani, Ambur Biryani, Hyderabadi Chicken, Kolkatta Biryani. Mithai from all over India namely Ghevar, Rasmalai, Mishti Doi, Bebinca, Moong Badam Halwa, Bengali Cham Cham Bar, and many more which are made under very hygienic conditions and presented in MONARCH’s signature style.
The main concept of this festival is to promote these traditional flavors which are fading with the fast-food culture. The stylish décor showcasing the street names and milestones, carts and hangings, traditional attire for the servers along with a photo op set up to bring in the vibe and a perfect backdrop for enjoying these traditional flavors.
The USP of this menu is that it focuses on presenting you with delicacies from all over the country be it the favorites from the Coastal South or the rich dishes of the northwest Frontier or even the delicately flavorfulEastern specialties. India is truly an amalgamation of cultures and the Street Food Festival aims at showcasing India on a glorious platter.
Explaining the culinary attraction of Indian street foods, Executive Chef, Mihir Kane says, “The street food is a treasure house of local culinary traditions and it gives access to showcase the changing trends in thelandscape of Food Industry.” The menu takes the essence of each part of India in the form of grasses, flowers, herbs and adds the elements to create a magical WOW dining experience. Chef Kane further shares; the menu is curated only after visiting every nook and corner of the streets to bring in the true flavors. It is diverse, colorful and above all Full Of Life.!
Experience the essence of the entire county and some gastronomical delights during the Street Food Festival at Holiday Inn Jaipur City Centre.
Venue: MONARCH, Holiday Inn Jaipur City Centre
Date: 12th – 26th March 2021
Price: INR 1399 + Taxes per person
Time: 7.30 P.M to 11 P.M
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