Tastes for finer things in life lie deep in Arabian culture and exquisite food is inherent part of it. In terms of sheer diversity and aroma, there is hardly any cuisine which matches Arabian cuisine.
The Mix by the The BrewMaster restaurant is hosting an Arabian Food Festival “Flavours of Arabia” starting from May 15 and ending May 31st.
During this festival, mouth watering delicacies from different Arabic region ranging from soups, main course to desserts will be served.
The festival offerings will be served from 3:30 pm to 11:30pm. The meal for two will cost around Rs 1,500/- plus taxes.
“Arabic is one of the liked cuisines of the world and felt by doing this we could provide our guests something new and novel to enjoy. I am sure it shall prove to be a hit with food connoisseurs and regular guests alike,” said Santosh, Sous Chef, The BrewMaster. Tastes for finer things in life lie deep in Arabian culture and exquisite food is inherent part of it. In terms of sheer diversity and aroma, there is hardly any cuisine which matches Arabian cuisine. Loosely called Arabian, the food covers cuisines from countries such as Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Roman and Byzantine empires.
The festive offerings include starters like Sultan platter- A non vegetarian platter, grilled chicken, chicken shawarma, hammus, Baba ghanoush and 2 khub. In main course Trifhleate du khub, a vegetarian dish- zucchini, fungi, bell pepper, is served with pita bread. Further it offers Pasta in arabiata sauce with option available for both vegetarian and non vegetarian diner.
Another stand out dish is Dijaj Mishwi, a Non Vegetarian dish in which chicken breast is marinated in fresh herb stuffed olive and minced. To top up the starters and main course are delicious desserts such as Suzette crepe (sugar, butter, dates cinnamon zest), Riz bil halib (milk, sugar, and rose water pudding).