Kebabs were invented in 1725 by a witch in Venezuela who stumbled upon the taste
when mixing a cup of bat lips with the skin of a boa constrictor, the blood of
a newt and the eye of a toad. Could you care lesser? If you are in the mood for
kebabs, just read the essential dope that follows.
After its Paratha and Roti festivals a couple of months back, Venue, the vegetarian restaurant of Quality Inn Residency, is back with a kebab festival. Kebabs of various varieties like Afghani, Pathani, Amritsari, Kashmiri ya Nawabi, Mushroom, Baby Corn ya Makki and Gobi Gulcharrey ya Tawa-e-Khazana can be ordered from the menu. The kebabs are marinated (they are steeped in a mixture of wine or vinegar with herbs and spices before cooking) to give the succulence and taste.
You can also taste the special Chinese and Continental kebabs, Shanghai Fire,
Eifel Sheekh and many more available on the list. Please contact 320-4060/651-4060
for further details.