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“Indian Food Festival” at Galadari

Aug 31, 2011 2:30:47 PM - www.ft.lk

Savour intriguing aromas of authentic Indian delicacies at the Indian Food Festival, as the Coffee Shop puts together an outstanding array of tantalising dishes from diverse regions. Portraying the rich culture and heritage of India, the festival features two specialists’ chefs from Chennai and Goa who will put together an unparalleled combination of dishes in terms of diversity, taste, flavour, and presentation.

With more than 40 languages and roughly 1600 dialects, India is a rich blend of culture, diversity and tradition. Reflecting this rich diversity the best example perhaps is India’s variety of regional cooking traditions which is an ideal representation of character, fragrance and flavour… Combining these  flavours, Chefs Gersome Jayaseelan and Saldanha Henzil work their hands at presenting a richer, fuller mouth feel of exotic Indian delicacies giving guests an array of delectable dishes from 1st – 11th September from 7 p.m. onwards.  
Setting forth a lip smacking list of delicacies from the regions of Awadh, Punjabi, Karnataka, Chettinad, Andra, Kerala, Bengal and Goa the Chefs work magic creating appeal and a rich essence of flavour in all dishes. Capturing the essence of taste, the Chefs bring out unique sense of zest that is inherent to every region all throughout the festival. Combining the best of India in a variety of delicacies, the master chefs pay attention to much loved Indian sweets bringing guests a mouth watering array of delightful desserts to complete the experience.
While diners indulged in a bountiful serving of sumptuous Indian food, in the background, the music features duo band Mukti from India performing an exciting mix of North Indian and Carnatic Music styles, fused with contemporary grooves of modern India. With a slide guitar and a tabla keeping time, the musicians will perform a fusion of Indian music blended beautifully in genres such as Jazz, Sufi, Latin, Folk and New Age.
Bringing together the richness and grandeur of an ancient, exotic land, “The Indian Food Festival” seeks to reach out its splendour to all enthusiasts of Indian food. With meticulously selected ingredients and spices cooked at precise temperatures and timing, Indian culinary delights is sure to take you on an astounding culinary journey of taste, tradition and culture promising  nothing short of a truly rewarding experience. 

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