The South Indian Food Festival at Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu, Nepal.
If you are in for a delightful South Indian experience in the heart of Kathmandu, The Café, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu is the place to be!
The Hyatt Regency Kathmandu is organizing a 10 day South Indian Food Festival (20th June-30th June) in its true sense at an economic price of Rs 2000 plus taxes per person for a proper four course South Indian Meal. This scheme is only valid for dinner. The ambience is beautifully decorated to make you feel like you are in the South Indian Part of the world. The cultural experience is enhanced with the friendly staffs dressed in South Indian attire ever ready to serve you with a smile.
The best part about this festival is that the food defies the normal expectations of just Dosa,Samvar and Idli. The Executive Sous Chef Arun Prasad is a specialist in South Indian Cuisine and has arranged a proper four course meal that has kept in mind both the vegetarian as well as the non- vegetarian customers. He has inculcated different delicacies in the menu that were not too heavy but amazingly rich in texture, taste and are super filling. Some of the dishes in the menu are presented with a interesting twist for instance the Chemmeen Polichathu (Slow Cooked Prawn in Spicy Coconut Sauce).We would not want to spoil the surprise by discussing the Menu right now because we are sure you will be pleasantly surprised by the food arrangements there.
‘We are doing this keeping in mind the season and people’s cravings for food during this time of the year’ says Mr.Suman Shrestha,Director of Marketing,Hyatt Regency Kathmandu.’The tangy taste of South Indian Cuisine increases your appetite and the Menu is such that it is light and filling at the same time.’
Arun Prasad is the Executive Sous Chef and Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, and is a specialist in South Indian Cuisine.