Who doesn't love the aesthetic taste of Rajputana in Rajasthani cuisine? From the traditional gatte ki sabzi to every non-vegetarian foodie's love - laal maas, Fortune Inn Grazia has brought the spicy, mouth-watering Rajasthani food to Delhi NCR in its ongoing food festival. With Padharo as their tagline, the staff and their executive chef Lal Babu Sharma welcome you to a vibrant decor inspired by colourful kathputlis, bells and bandhni decoration. The music and puppet show instantly add to the mood.
Rajasthani cuisine boasts of a never-ending platter with a number of dishes ranging from tangy drinks to spicy starters. Talking of tangy drinks, Chef Lal Babu Sharma has given a surprise twist to the humble bel ka sherbet. The taste is absolutely divine and you will be left wondering why you didn't discover it before!
Coming to starters, paneer tikka in spicy batter is tasty but just doesn't hold through in front of the delectable mutton kebab. Chef Sharma explained the elaborate process. From getting the sabut masale from Rajasthan and grinding them here to selecting meat, marinating and mincing in-house, a lot of effort is put in making the kebabs to what they are. A highly recommended fare at the Fortune Inn Grazia Rajasthani food festival that ends on July 22.
The chaat-golgappa counter is a yummy surprise. Jaipur's famous Pyaz ki kachori with lahsuni chutney is delicious.
The main course buffet has a lot of surprises. Firstly, the presentation delights you. Every dish is kept in an earthern container that keeps the food warm and fresh. The royal buffet spread includes - famous Rajasthani kadhi, papd ki sabzi, gatte ki sabzi, sangri, never-seen-never-eaten-before tinde ki super delicious sabzi. For non-vegetarians, Laal maans and chicken curry with rich gravy that instantly burst with flavours when eaten. The amazing taste in every item on the table aptly shows the passion with which it is prepared. Urad-Arhar Dal with heeng tadka is enough to catch your attention and the rest of the food makes sure you hold it till the end.
To satiate sweet tooth, they have variety of desserts on offer - ghevar, choorma laddoo, malpua and kheer to pamper. This one was the most authentic Rajasthani food festival one can attend.