India and China are getting married...and all are invited to taste this merger.
Shimla agreement and the Siachen-struggle will no longer be controversies, at least, on the frying pan! Once Upon a Time, the restaurant, has decided to initiate peace and flood mouths by hosting this festival - named after the hybridized food from Indian and Chinese cuisines.
For the veggies there are dishes like South Samosas, Continental Avial, Baked Paneer Curry, Alu-broccoli Masala, and thankfully, plain rice.
For the meat-lovers there's Coriander Chicken, Fish Tikka dipped in rice sauce, Tandoori Lamb Chops, and Tangri Kebab.
Please contact 5551-5151/2375-7575 for further details.