In a bid to revive the 400-year-old culinary delights of Hyderabadi food, Ista Hyderabad is showcasing 'The Lost Cuisine Of The Nizams'. The festival will relive the princely legacy of Nizams, and is being held at Ista's speciality Indian restaurant, Deori, from 10th to 21st February.
An expansive spread of authentic Hyderabadi and Indian cuisine will be designed and served under the guidance of Amit Wadhawan, the Executive Chef of Ista. Renowned Hyderabadi Chef Rawoof has also been roped in by Ista exclusively for this special festival. The food fest presents the exclusive culinary style of the Hyderabadi-Nizami era. It will feature traditional and exotic dishes, with special emphasis on the lost recipes of the olden days.
The Nizami Food fest has a grand a la carte menu featuring a majestic spread of recipes from the Deccani region - including Biryanis, Kebabs, Boti Jhammi, Kalmi, Shikampur, Sheek, Lagan-Ke-Kababs, Dum-Ke-Kababs, Pathar Ke Gosht, Khormas and Lukhmi and Haleem. It will also have tradition items such as Kichri (a rice and lentil selection), Chugur Gosht, Kheema Methi, Nahari, Rumali Rotis and Chukka Gosht that relive the aromas of the erstwhile food. Bagara Baingan, Mirch-Ka-Salan, Tomato Kut, and Shahi Dahi Vadas stand up to treat the vegetarians.
Enticing the sweet senses are Double-Ka-Meetha, Qubani-Ka-Meetha, Badam-Ki-Jhab and Dil-E-Firdaus for a whole-some royal experience.
The menu is served for dinner from 7pm.
Please contact Ista Hyderabad at 4450-8888 for further details.