JW Marriott Mumbai celebrates Indian festivals with ‘Ambrosia’

JW Marriott Mumbai celebrates festivals of India with Ambrosia

JW Marriott Mumbai vegetarian food festivalSeptember 10, 2012: Ambrosia, known as the food of the Gods, is especially offered to Gods by Indians to appease them. The special preparations are made only for the festive day. Lotus Café at JW Marriott Mumbai is hosting ‘Ambrosia’ from September 7-29, 2012, where an all vegetarian cuisine will be served.

The chefs of JW Marriott Mumbai will take guests through delectable cuisine prepared during festivals like Holi, Diwali, Navratri, Pongal, Durga Puja, Baisaki amongst many others. The essence of ‘Ambrosia’ is to highlight the authenticity and the intricacy with which festive food is prepared. Enjoy the mouth-watering specialties prepared during Diwali such as Aloo Tikki, Parathe and Chole in the Khao Galis of Delhi. Rediscover the flavourful Gujarati food prepared during Navratri such as Thepla, Bajra Nu Rotlo, Undiyo and Paneer Muthiya. Treat yourself to Bengali delicacies of Murrir Ghanto and Aloor Dum prepared for Durga Puja.

Lotus Café will introduce a special ‘Satvik Food Counter’ where the preparations strictly follow the set rules of no onion and garlic. Specials at this unique counter include Kele ki Curry, Gattha Curry, Bhindi Masala, Ker Sangri amongst many others. All Indian celebrations are incomplete without a wide variety of sweets. Indulge in traditional desserts like Barfi, Gulab Jamun, Sheera, Boondi Ladoo and Seviyan Payasam amongst many others.

For inquiries, contact +91-22-66933344.

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