Guess what guys! Delhi is hosting a one of its kind Myanmar Food Festival, and trust us, it is LIT AF!
Myanmar boasts of an interesting mix of great traditional cuisines ranging from Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Cambodian and even Western influences.
Here is your chance to explore this fascinating combination at an ongoing food festival here.
Pullman Hotel’s The Myanmar Food Festival’s menu has been set by Myanmarese Chef Htun Htun Naing, who has been specially flown to India to bring authentic flavours of the delicacies of Myanmar.
The menu includes traditional dishes like ginger poached chicken, charcoal grilled eggplant, and lemon prawn, also known as anyarka-yan-thee thoke, lemongrass coconut emulsion, curry lobster ravioli and Yangon crispy pork belly, among a wide range.
The a la carte menu interestingly juxtaposes the name of every dish with the name of the city it has originated in. Quite naturally, different courses have been paired with different varieties of wines.
They also have a specially curated seafood menu which includes a prawns dish — anyar ka-yan-thee thoke from central Myanmar. Curry lobster ravioli is the chef’s favourite.
You must try their Myanmar chicken curry, with potato and coconut cream. You can choose between fragrant rice and Shan noodles to accompany the curry.
End your meal with a scrummy dessert. Do try their Sticky rice/coconut cream with fresh mango and mango sorbet.
Where | Myanmar Food Festival, Honk, Pullman Hotel, Delhi Aerocity
When | Until April 22nd
Price for two | Rs 3500 ( Approx)
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