Sun, 29 July 2018
Pakistan and India have a very rich culture and share a passion for food, music, culture, art and architecture. Experience the taste of both countries as the K Hotel celebrates their independence days.
The Indo-Pak Food Festival will take place at The K Hotel from August 13 to 15 at KOLORS. The restaurant will be transformed with the colours of India and Pakistan and festivities will start with traditional dhol and bhangra music.
On Pakistan Independence Day, August 14, the country’s cuisine will be highlighted with its refined blend of various regional cooking traditions including delicacies such as tawa, tandoor and kadai including chapli and spicy shami kebabs, murg malai boti, tandoori aloo and, at the live counter, haleem and bhuna gosht.
To mark Indian Independence Day, on August 15, KOLORS will take guests on a journey through the subcontinent’s rich culinary heritage with dishes such as Hyderabadi biryani, almond saffron pulao, lobster masala, Goan fish curry and other delicacies.
There will be a range of traditional desserts representing both countries to finish off the feast.
Do not miss the daily raffle draw, where you have a chance to win; one of the prizes will be a stay at The K including the fabulous brunch.
“The Indo-Pak Food Festival 2018 is inspired by the very people of India and Pakistan who love to please their palates with their traditional cuisine,” says general manager Volker Mandlowsky.
The festival costs BD7.500++ per person and runs from 7pm to 11pm daily.
Call 17 360-000.