Barbeque Nation is presenting a unique food festival called the Grand Trunk Road Food Festival, from 24th to 30th May.
Built in the 16th century by Pashtun emperor, Sher Shah Suri, the Grand Trunk Road spans an impressive 2,500 km from Sonargaon in Bangladesh, all the way to Kabul in Afghanistan.
The festival at Barbeque Nation boasts of quite a few Nawabi dishes like the Kasundi Chingri, Peshawar-e-Shorba, and the Murshidabadi Biryani, and also the sweet Sheer Kurma (a trucker's favourite).
Then, there is the Chaapli Kebab, a Kabuli roadside speciality cooked traditionally on large tawas. A hot plate will be added to your table along with a grill, so that you can make it yourself and get an authentic taste of the Punjab region of the age-old Champ and Hara Kebab.
The restaurant aims to capture the rich and diverse culture of Grand Trunk Road. The highway comes alive inside, with typically Indian truck-art, antique surais and flaming lanterns. Large sigris and earthenware plates complete the rustic, local dining experience, with a live pottery counter making earthen pots on the spot for guests. The interiors have been done up with bright colours and lively table decor as well, to keep up with the vibrancy of the Grand Trunk Road.
The festival is a la carte for both lunch and dinner. Please contact 6456-6693 for further details