We're sure even the Maharastrians didn't think it was anything beyond chaat and pav bhaji, but the Taj apparently knows better. After its Balti food festival last month, the Taj Banjara is getting closer home and is hosting a Maharashtrian food festival. Maharashtrian food has a special place in the Indian culinary spread. The popularity of this cuisine spread during the reign of the Maratha and Peshwa kings to different parts of India. In Maharashtra, the food is prepared in different styles in different areas - from the Konkan coast to Nasik, from Pune to Nagpur and from Kolhapur to Akola, each region imparts a different flavor using its own specific ingredients as per its age-old traditions.
Various delicacies like Sol Kadi, Theecha, Bharle Dodki, Kolhapuri chicken and Sauji Mutton, and the typical Maharastrian desserts Pooran Poli, Shrikhand and more can be tried here. Chef Prabhu from the Taj Residency Nasik has been specially flown in for this food festival. Please contact 666-9999 for further details.