A Tryst with South Indian Flavors at the Thanjavur Food Festival

Hyderabad: From the vaults of traditional Chola kitchens to garden city Bengaluru, embark upon a culinary journey through the rich flavors of Thanjavur cuisine at Conrad Bengaluru. An amalgamation of earthy spices, wholesome lentils, and zesty flavors, the Thanjavur Food Festival at Caraway Kitchen promises an unforgettable culinary experience set to take place between June 8th – 16th.

Savour a variety of exquisitely prepared delicacies, each crafted to perfection with subtle flavors like Valazipoo vadai- Banana flower and lentil fritters, Eral Masala- Shallow fried prawn with spicy south Indian masala, Rasam- Traditional south Indian soup, Biryani- rice cooked with aromatic South Indian spices and Asoka Halwa- yellow lentil, wheat flour cooked with sugar and cardamom.

Renowned for their expert preparation - the carefully chosen meats and vegetables are simmered to perfection by the Chefs at Caraway Kitchen, bringing out the authentic flavors of South Indian cuisine. Each dish is crafted with a blend of spices to bring out the rustic essence of Indian culinary heritage.

Don’t miss the live counter doling out Maravalli Kizhangu Adai - tapioca mixes lentil pancake with coconut and mint chutney.

Chef Saravanan from Conrad Bengaluru shares, “We are thrilled to bring the Thanjavur food festival to our diners, showcasing a unique blend of traditional Brahmin, Mukkulathor, and Maratha cuisines. Our dedicated team of chefs is creating an outstanding menu that will transport our guests through the diverse flavors of Tamil Nadu and my home. As someone who hails from this region, I’m excited to include authentic recipes, ensuring an experience rich in authentic taste, cultural heritage, and memorable dining.”
Indulge in a culinary extravaganza that embraces the delectable flavors of South Indian cuisine only at the Thanjavur food festival- Caraway Kitchen.
( Source : Deccan Chronicle )
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