Monday, November 9, 2015

NOVEMBER TREAT: INDIAN FOOD FESTIVAL AT CAFÉ EIGHT CRIMSON HOTEL


Running from November 5 to 15, guests are invited to relish the rich flavor of India in a sumptuous buffet spread of lunch and dinner at the all-day dining Café Eight Crimson Hotel Filinvest City, Manila.  The treat was launched last November 5, with the traditional Diwali lighting ceremony lead by Crimson Hotel Filinvest City, Manila’s general manager, Mr. Saurabh Kukreja together with the Ambassador of India to the Philippines, Ambassador Ralte, attended by the hotel’s top corporate accounts, personalities and media and graced by an energetic Bollywood performance by Ms. Lala Dinglasan dance group and an enthralling Indian music renditions by Mr. CJ Wasu.  I have seen him perform as well, when we went to Malate before for a night out with friends.


The Indian Food Fest @ Café Eight features more than 70 Indian heritage dishes originating from regions of Delhi – once the capital of the Mughal Empire and the birthplace of Mughlai cuisine with well-known dishes like kabab, chaat and more; Goa- with a cuisine influenced by its Hindu origins, four hundred years of Portuguese colonialism, famed for seafood dishes of Tuna, Mackerel and shellfishes; Jammu and Kashmir – with influencers from cuisines of Central Asia, Persia and the north Indian plains, Kashmiri cuisines’ most notable ingredient is mutton which has 30 varieties;  Kerala – with significant influencers of Arabs and Middle Eastern cuisines, Kerala cuisine is known for serving full meal with plenty of accompaniments; Maharashtra – divided into two major sections of coastal and interior, includes a range of dishes from mild to very spicy tastes with ingredients like Bajri, wheat, rice, jowar, vegetables, lentils and fruit; Punjab known for its divers range of dishes like the tandoori foods, naan, pakoras, masala with ingredients rich in ghee, butter and cream. 

NOVEMBER TREAT: INDIAN FOOD FESTIVAL AT CAFÉ EIGHT CRIMSON HOTEL
BIRYANI
Inspired by these historical Indian regions, to delight diners with remarkable gourmet experience, the guest Indian Chef Arvind Sigh designed 4 cycles of recipes to cover 10 days of Incian Food Fest bliss – from soup, appetizers, condiments, main courses and desserts, featuring mouthwatering Indian fares like Seafood Rassacurried coconut seafood soup; Dai Ka Shorba – a flavorful soup of turmeric, yellow lentin, asafetida, tamarind paste, mustard seeds, onions, garlic and curry powder; Hara Bhara Kababpopular vegetable kabab made of spinach, peas and potatoes; Paneer Tikka – spiced marinated grilled cottage cheese cubes with bell peppers and onions; Chicken Tikka Masalaboneless chicken cubes, marinated in yogurt, ground cumin, lemon juice, cinnamon and pepper with sauce made of jalapeno chili, ground cumin, paprika, tomato sauce, whipping cream, garam masala and garlic cloves; Seafood Biryania tasty seafood rice preparation strongly spiced with saffron, turmeric, cinnamon, cardamoms, peppercorns, star anise, green chili paste, ginger paste and fresh coriander leaves; Goan Fish Curry – deboned white meat fish with masala sauce of cumin seeds, turmeric, garlic flakes, Kashmiri red chilies, grated coconut, coriander seeds, finely sliced onions and slices bell peppers; Paneer Makhanwala – cottage cheese cubes in buttery, creamy and tangy sweet sauce of cashew paste, tomato puree, ginger, bay leaf, Kashmiri Mirch powder, butter, green chili; and more rich Indian gourmet creations. 
NOVEMBER TREAT: INDIAN FOOD FESTIVAL AT CAFÉ EIGHT CRIMSON HOTEL
KABAB
NOVEMBER TREAT: INDIAN FOOD FESTIVAL AT CAFÉ EIGHT CRIMSON HOTEL
TANDOORI CHICKEN
Indian Food Fest @ Café Eight is priced at PhP1,226 net for buffet lunch and PHP1,557 net for buffet dinner.


CAFÉ EIGHT
Entrata Urban Complex, Filinvest City
2609 Civic Drive, Muntinlupa City
(02) 863 2222


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