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Enjoy the ‘Festival of Lights’ with some great, mouthwatering delicacies

Enjoy the ‘Festival of Lights’ with some great, mouthwatering delicacies

Diwali is a festival of lights and joy and it brings along lots of gifts and sweets exchanging too. Festivals are incomplete without great food and sweets. Festivities marks the season of eating and indulging in some delicacies. So, this Diwali treat your family and friends to an exquisite dining experience. Give them the freedom of rejoicing and stop them from doing any work. For your family definitely deserves the best, here is a list of places where you should take your family and enjoy an awesome Diwali special spread.

Lavish Diwali Buffet at Vedge

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This Diwali forget all cooking and head to Vedge to add some extra sparkle to your celebrations. Vedge presents a lavish buffet spread with an assortment of Multi-Cuisine delicacies. Offering a curated festive spread, showcasing an assortment of fare, this Diwali indulge in a feast.

Time: Nov 11 -13, 2015; 11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Venue: Andheri Mumbai, Western Suburbs

 

Special Festive Lunch Buffet at Made in Punjab

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Celebrate the festival of lights with traditional flavors from the Kingdom of Punjab. Have a refreshing start to an elaborate dining experience with the delectable Subz Zafrani Shorba, Chaat and Starters. The lavish menu includes Dahi gujiya, Tandoori Hazarah Tikka, Roasted Afghani murgh, basil murgh tikka, Sarson da saag, Murgh makhani, Fish patiyala sahi curry. To conclude indulge in some sweet delicacies like Moong dal halwa, gold leaf; Apple phirni; Crispy Jalebi; Orange and lemon cake to name a few.

Time: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Address: Made In Punjab, Level 2, Inorbit Mall, Mindspace Link Road, Malad West, Mumbai

 

Diwali Lunch at Citrus

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This Diwali celebrate the festival of lights with your family & friends at Citrus? Choose from their delicious range of Diwali specials like Dum Aloo Banarasi, Palak Methi Mutter, Anjeer Kofta Curry, Dal Rajma, Navratan Pulao to name a few for vegetarians and Fish Kerala Curry, Murgh Mussallam and more for non-vegetarians. Satiate your sweet tooth with Rasgulla Tiramisu and Gulab Jamun Cake and traditional sweets like Rasmalai and Rajbhog.

Time: 11th Nov, 12:30pm – 03:30pm
Venue: Citrus, The Leela Hotel, Lobby Level, Andheri Kurla Road, Sahar, Near HDFC Bank, Andheri East, Western Suburbs, Mumbai

 

Diwali Celebrations at Boulevard The Orchid

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Enjoy the festivity of Diwali at Boulevard The Orchid. The restaurant will be decorated with lights, diyas and rangolis. Indulge in the special Diwali special spread, which includes soups and salads, main course and desserts, ice cream and cut fruits. The buffet will include items such as Pasta, other Indian favorites, international assortment of cold and hot dishes and Orchid’s signature dishes. The highlight of the festival is a wide variety of Indian desserts – Apsara, Rasmalai, Kashmir Ki Kali, Orange Rasgulla, Apple Burfi, Kesari Burfi, Kalakand, Strawberry burfi, Doble dekkar, Doda Burfi and a lot more..

Time: Nov 10 – Nov 13, 2015
Venue: Boulevard, The Orchid, Adjacent to Domestic Airport Nehru Road, Ville P , Mumbai

 

Celebrate Diwali Week at Hakkasan

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Celebrate the festival of light, joy, love, goodness and brilliance with your family at Hakkasan. Indulge in the signatures dishes like Crispy duck salad, Black fungus dumpling, Hakka steamed dimsum basket, Chilli prawns, Hand pulled hakka noodles and Chocolate raspberry sphere and much more.

Time: Nov 04 – Nov 12, 2015
Venue: Hakkasan Mumbai, 206, Krystal, Waterfield Road, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

 

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