At the end of the day it's all about bread, sonny. And so, after all the Mexican,
Italian, Punjabi, Far-East, chart, kebab and even dessert festivals are over,
here's a new kid on the block bringing in a fresh perspective - getting right
down to the basics, as it were. The latest on the celebration bandwagon is the
breaking of bread, the Indian variety.
Nimantran, the multi-cuisine-restaurant-cum-bar started in June 2001, is hosting its first food festival called "Roti Feast". Some special varieties of rotis will be served along with vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries as part of this festival. The list of food items that will be served here is as follows:
Rotis: Jawari Ki Roti, Ragiroti, Bajre Ki Roti, Rumali Palak Ki Roti, Ajwani Ki Roti, Sahi Parotha, Parath Dar Parotha, Gobi Ka Parotha, Vegetarian Parotha, Dal Parotha, Makkai Ki Roti, Mussi Ki Roti and Muli Ka Parotha.
Veg Curries: Donda Fry & Curry, Rajma, Sarson Ka Saag, Ragi Sankati, Sookhi Subzi, Paneer Chatpat, Palak Curry, Dum Ka Karayal, Mulika Thessa, Bagare Baigan and Mirchi Ka Salan.
Non-Veg Curries: Kheema Fry, Bommidala Pulusu, Ulava Charu Chicken, Royyala Vepudu, Mutton Miriyalu, Talahuva Gosht, Kadahi Chi & Mutton, Achar Gosht & Chicken and Kheema Shekh Kebab.
The price of the rotis is Rs. 15 to Rs. 25, and the costliest curry costs Rs. 90. Every customer will get a complimentary drink of beer along with an order, and the non-alcoholics can enjoy free and unlimited ice cream.
Please contact 631-7460/631-2333/631-8371/631-8372 for further details.