A culinary fiesta from the Malabar
Barbeque Nation, Indiaâ€™s leading casual dining restaurant chain, has launched, â€˜Moplah Food Festivalâ€™, offering a magnificent range of delicacies from the Malabar region of north Kerala. This is by far, the biggest tribute to authentic Moplah cookery, outside Kerala. From delicious food to amazing entertainment, food lovers can explore this food safari across till March 24.
The festival brings to the table, a spread of lip-smacking preparations. The starters range from Kozhi Kaal Roast, Chicken Shish Tawook, Meen Pollichathu, and Chemmeen Porichathu. Coming to the soup counter, there is Malabar Chickpea Soup for vegetarians and Kozhi Thengai Paal Soup for non-vegetarians. The most attractive arena at the restaurant is the live counter, offering dishes such as Thayir Vadai, Idiyappam and Veg Kothu Paratha for vegetarians and Chicken Kothu Paratha and Allepy Fish Curry for non-vegetarians.
The main course counter consists of vegetarian dishes like Kadala Curry, Pachakai kurma and Chuwara ki Biryani, while non-vegetarians dishes include Mamsum Varutharacha Curry, Nadan Kozhi Curry, Kerala Style Crab Masala, Malabar Mutta Roast, and Mamsam Biryani. The dessert section offers the amazingly delicious Elaneer Payasam, Dates pudding, Ada Pradaman, Coconut Kulfi, and Banana Kulfi, apart from all the signature kulfis that Barbeque Nation offers.
Head of Operations, West, Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd., Ashish Rai, says, â€œThe Moplah festival which was first held at Barbeque Nation outlets in Kerala was a huge hit and very well received by people with authority on the signature dishes. This prompted us to spread joy into other states, where diners can experience this phenomenon for the first time and come back to us for more.Â We are extremely happy to present this festival to our guests in Nagpur and are confident of spreading this delight way beyond its home turf.â€