Mumbai, August 19, 2012: Food plays a very important role in all Parsi festivals. Parsi food is a delicious blend of West Indian and Indian cuisine, mainly comprising of a host of delicacies prepared from non-vegetarian, fish, mutton, chicken, nuts, spices and fruits. Celebrate Parsi New Year on Sunday, 19th August 2012 with a special lunch buffet at Shamiana, the all-day dining restaurant at The Taj Mahal Palace. Indulge in a mouth-watering selection of Parsi, Indian, Continental and Chinese cuisine ranging from salads, soups, main course and dessert.
Undoubtedly, carrying a legacy of bringing varied cuisine experiences to the city, the all time favourite Shamiana at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai celebrates Parsi New non-vegetarian delicacies like Patrani Macchi, Stuffed Bombay duck, Salli Margi, Akuri, Kolmi nu Patio to name a dew.In addition there will be Continental cuisine comprising of Tenderloin Roulade, Peppercorn Rosemary Jas, Duck in Orange Sauce and Panko Crusted Prawns, Scallion Aioli and many more mouth-watering dishes. Lip-smacking Asian dishes include Tsinghai Chicken and Prawns chilly mustard sauce
Vegetarians can relish traditional Parsi delicacies like Lagan nu Stew, Adraki Gobi, Baingan nu Patio and Khara Pateta, in addition to Continental cuisine comprising of Roesti with Raclette Cheese, Fricasse of Vegetables in Mushroom Sauce and even Spinach and Corn crepes, Chive and Saffron sauce. Don’t miss out on the tasty Asian delicacies such as Vegetable Lemak Masak and Kung Pao Noodles
Delicious desserts include Laganu Custard, Parsi sev with Sweet curd, Bohi, Dal ni Pori, Sutarpheni and even Parsi Dairy Kulfi!
With live counters of Roast Lamp and Chicken Tajine, bring in the new year with friends, family and sumptuous food at Shamiana
For reservations, please contact Shamiana at The Taj Mahal Palace on 6665 3366 or email us at email@example.com