South Indian Cuisine Festival at BKC\'s Pondichery Cafe.
The south Indian festival is underway at Sofitel Mumbai BKC's Pondichery Cafe. The South Indian Cuisine Festival which is going through in restaurant will conclude on July 20, 2013. Patrons can enjoy South Indian fare between 7pm and midnight for just Rs 1, 500 inclusive of all taxes. The offer, however, does not include the Sunday brunch.
South Indian cuisine comprises rice and rice-based dishes, accompanied by sambar (a soup-like lentil dish tempered with whole spices and chillies) and rasam (a hot-sour soup like lentil dish), dry and curried vegetarian and meat dishes, and a host of coconut-based chutneys and poppadums (deep-fried crispy lentil pancakes).
Aashima Sharma, hotel manager, Sofitel Mumbai BKC, said, “At Sofitel Mumbai BKC, our priority is offering a unique food and beverage experience within a luxury setting that combines cultures. Our South Indian festival brings together innovative dishes from four states in a setting that combines India’s rich heritage with French hospitality. It is the perfect way to spend some of your monsoon time this July.”
The dishes are from the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu prepared by the hotel's chef Bijesh. The non-vegetarian dishes include Travancore Kozhi Curry (a chicken dish); Venchina Mamisum (a lamb dish) and Tharavu Puralan (a duck dish), vegetarians would relish Avial Thiyal.