Food Festivals

A Taste of Maharashtra at The Westin Hyderabad

Maharashtra is the second largest state in India after Uttar Pradesh. There are significant diversities in the culture of various regions across the length and breadth of the state, and the same applies to food. Marathwada, Vidarbha, Malvan, Kolhapur as well as the Bombay region have their preferences in styles...
Maharashtra is the second largest state in India after Uttar Pradesh. There are significant diversities in the culture of various regions across the length and...
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Bihari Cuisine and the Food Festival at Ohri’s Tansen

I have been exposed to Bihari food from my childhood. One of our vacations every year used to be spent at our maternal uncle's place in Madhupur, and I still remember the taste of the local food there. During my college days in Banaras and subsequent working years in Jamshedpur,...
I have been exposed to Bihari food from my childhood. One of our vacations every year used to be spent at our maternal uncle's place...
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Return of Chef Ninja with the Thai Festival at The Marriott

Lovers of oriental cuisine in Hyderabad are quite familiar with Chef Ninja Suksamai. Around the end of 2015, she was the star chef of InAzia, the pan-Asian restaurant at Sheraton Hyderabad and many customers used to flock to the restaurant to taste some of her brilliant preparations. I still remember...
Lovers of oriental cuisine in Hyderabad are quite familiar with Chef Ninja Suksamai. Around the end of 2015, she was the star chef of InAzia,...
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Chef Mujeebur Rahman and The Regal Kitchens of Oudh at Sheraton Hyderabad

I have known Chef Mujeebur Rahman for a few years now, and have always been a fan of his culinary exploits involving North Indian, as well as North-West frontier cuisines. His organization Kitchenette-E-Awadh curates food festivals showcasing among others Awadhi, Kashmiri, Rampuri, Rajasthani as well as North-West Frontier food. Chef...
I have known Chef Mujeebur Rahman for a few years now, and have always been a fan of his culinary exploits involving North Indian, as...
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Bengali Food Festivals during Nabobarsho in Hyderabad

As mid-April approaches all Bengalis start looking forward to their second most important festival after Durga Puja – the Bengali New Year or Nababarsho. Like any other Bengali celebrations, one of the important things you look forward during this festival is the sumptuous dinner you enjoy with your family. Like every...
As mid-April approaches all Bengalis start looking forward to their second most important festival after Durga Puja – the Bengali New Year or Nababarsho. Like any...
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A Taste of Gujarat at Hyatt Gachibowli

Hyderabad has hardly any good place which serves Gujarati food, in spite of the fact that the city has quite a decent Gujarati population. Thus, a festival of Gujarati food usually creates a buzz in the city for them, and also among food lovers from other regions of the country....
Hyderabad has hardly any good place which serves Gujarati food, in spite of the fact that the city has quite a decent Gujarati population. Thus,...
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The Gujarati Food Festival at Hira Panna Vegetarian Restaurant

The Paigah Colony-Sindhi Colony area in Secunderabad is a vegetarian food lover’s paradise. We get quite a selection of vegetarian delicacies of many cuisines ranging from street food carts to dine in restaurants. Hira Panna, a new restaurant on the main road between Paradise and Rasoolpura has started operations...
The Paigah Colony-Sindhi Colony area in Secunderabad is a vegetarian food lover’s paradise. We get quite a selection of vegetarian delicacies of many cuisines...
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Punjab Grill’s Rangla Punjab brings Rustic Punjabi Cuisine to Hyderabad

Rangla Punjab refers to the lively and colourful rural roots of the state, and the name has been made famous by a decade-old song from Sarbjit Cheema. Using this concept, Punjab Grill is showcasing recipes from rural Punjab and across the border through a promotion called Rangla Punjab at their...
Rangla Punjab refers to the lively and colourful rural roots of the state, and the name has been made famous by a decade-old song from...
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