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Tickle your taste buds with flavours of Mewari Royalty at Courtyard by Marriott

Thursday - February 21, 2019 12:21 am , Category : BHOPAL


To make it an authentic affair, the hotel has flown in Bhanwar Singh, a chef, from Rajasthan for this festival. Singh is an expert on Mewari cuisine

Bhopal, 20 Feb 2019 (WTN): If you are craving for some sumptuous Rajasthani food, you have an interesting option right in the heart of the city. Courtyard by Marriott, Bhopal is organizing a 10-day Mewari Royalty food festival at its multi cuisine restaurant –MoMo Cafe from February 21 to March 3 between 7.30pm to 11 pm, to take you on a culinary journey of authentic Mewari cuisine.



To make it an authentic affair, the hotel has flown in Bhanwar Singh, a chef, from Rajasthan for this festival. Singh is an expert on Rajasthani cuisine, especially the Mewari.




Ravish Mishra, Executive Chef, Courtyard by Marriott, Bhopal while talking to media said “The state of Rajasthan has a rich heritage of exotic and scrumptious meals and dishes that are sure to delight the taste buds of foodies. The sweet, sour and spicy Rajasthani cuisines reflect a beautiful combination of culture, tradition and lifestyle of Rajputs, Vaishnavs and Marwaris of this mostly vegetarian State”.



Chef Ravish further informed “To tantalise the food lovers’ palates, MoMo Café will offer specially curated Mewari menu. A buffet has been arranged for the vegetarians as well as the non-vegetarians. The vegetarians can savour dal-bati churma, ker-sangeri, papad mangodi, shahi gatte, khada desi palak, chakki ka saag, Jaipuri bhindi, sabj panchmela to name a few”.



For the non-vegetarians, they have Rajasthani culinary delights such as lal maans, ker sanger wadi, kaleji ka raayata, jungali maans, maans ke sulle among others. In dessert, one can have makhanwada, kalakand, kesaria rasmalai, pede, mawa kachori, ghewar, and malpua.


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