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Indochinese Food Festival at Pushkar, 23rd October – 12th November

Our Indochinese Food Festival, which launched on the 23rd October, will run until 12th November!

After the huge success of the Indochinese themed festival at our sister restaurant PRAZA earlier this year, we will be celebrating the fusion of Chinese and Indian food with our own selection of Indochinese dishes.

Indochinese cuisine is the Indian adaptation of Chinese cooking techniques and seasonings and is believed to have been developed by the small Chinese community that lived in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) for over a century. The amalgamation of Chinese and Indian flavour seamlessly marries together to create a wholly unique culinary experience.

Tickling the taste buds of Indian and Chinese food lovers alike, our Indochinese Food Festival will see the return of best-selling cuisine served at PRAZA earlier this year, such as the Indian Chinese street food classic, Chinese Bhel and the flavoursome Vegetable Manchurian, along with new dishes entirely exclusive to Pushkar.

CLICK HERE to view our festival menu!

“We’re extremely excited to bring back our Indochinese Food Festival to Pushkar. We always strive to bring something new to the table, presenting new tastes and flavours for our guests.” – Rai Singh, Creative Director at Pushkar.

Biryani food festival at Pushkar Cocktail Bar & Dining, 28th April – 21st May

Pushkar Cocktail Bar & Dining will be introducing their Biryani Food Festival this month, launching on the 28th April and finishing on the 21st May.

If there is such a thing as foods of the God, it is undoubtedly the biryani and Pushkar’s exclusive festival menu has been created to celebrate this world-famous dish, featuring both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Inspired by the unique cooking styles and flavoursome variations of many different Indian regions, Pushkar has created a ‘once in a lifetime’ tasting experience!

Take a look at our menu below:

HYDERABADI CHICKEN BIRYANI   £16

Hyderabadi kachha murgh style of biryani is where marinated raw chicken and partially cooked basmati rice are layered and cooked on dum, over low heat, served with mirchi ka salan and raita.

MALABAR KING PRAWNS BIRYANI   £22

An aromatic mixture of rice, king prawns, yoghurt, brown onion, herbs and Malabar special spices.

KOLKATA FISH BIRYANI (Calcutta /Kolkata biryani) £19

Kohinoor basmati rice cooked with Tilapia fish, potato, yoghurt and mixed herbs, served with sauce and raita.

DELHI – 6 CHICKEN BIRYANI (Chandni Chowk) £15

Fragrant basmati rice cooked with boneless chicken thigh meat, aromatic spices and herbs, yoghurt, milk, cream, ghee and saffron, served with raita and salad.

SINDHI LAMB BIRYANI   £18

Basmati rice and marinated lamb cooked with keema, onion, yoghurt, ginger, garlic paste and mixed herbs, finished with saffron and served with sauce and raita.

MUMBAI VEGETABLE BIRYANI   £13

Aromatic preparation of basmati rice layered with spiced vegetables and baby potato, garnished with nuts, raisins and saffron, served with raita and sauce.

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