Oudh 1590 to host the Great Awadhi Kabab Festival
To celebrate the advent of winter with some luscious offerings, Oudh 1590, Kolkata's only period dining restaurant, is once again introducing 'The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival' at all its outlets in the city from November 17 onwards. This food festival offers an assorted array of succulent vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs.
The festival promises authentically recreated cuisine's true flavours using the magical blending of spices and slow fire cooking. The expert team of Bawarchis, roped in from Lucknow, will present an elaborate array of exotic Awadhi kebabs by creatively blending warm spices with fresh vegetables, meat and fish to create dishes par excellence for the festival.
From the non-vegetarian platter, special delights like Gosht Nalli Kebab, Murgh Sutli Kebab, Raan-e-Musallam, Sugandhi Murg Tikka, Shikari Tandoori Teetar and Gosht Keema Shammi Kabab will be on offer. For the vegetarians, an equally captivating menu comprising of Tandoori Achari Phool, Paneer Zafrani Kabab and Bharwan Aloo Tandoori will be worth looking forward to. Fish lovers, too, will have a reason to celebrate this winter with exclusive delicacies like Mahi-e-Gulfam, Jhinga Zafrani Kebab and Tandoori Lobster.
"The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival is a result of our extensive research and frequent visits to Lucknow over the years along with our Bawarchi's special inputs. Some rare and exotic dishes introduced specially for the festival showcasing the legacy of this rich cuisine will be a major attraction", said Shiladitya Chaudhury, Partner, Oudh 1590.
"The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival at Oudh 1590 is our annual proposition. The warmth and the softness of the Kebabs simply complement the mood of the season. The well-crafted menu has been chosen with utmost care to satiate the connoisseur's thirst for unrivalled Awadhi delicacies", said Debaditya Chaudhury, Partner, Oudh 1590.
The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival will be on from November 17 across all outlets in Deshapriya Park, Vivekananda Park and Salt Lake. An average meal for two will cost Rs 650/- plus taxes at this festival.