And you won't believe who the Taj is hiring to cook for you this week!
A mention of biryani, haleem and mirchi-ka-salan reminds you of the spicy and mouth-watering Hyderabadi food. However, there is more to Hyderabadi cuisine, stuff that is near extinction. To revive these traditional Deccani dishes, Taj Krishna is organising a food festival called Royal Hyderabadi Feast, from 10th to 15th April, at the Hyderabadi-speciality restaurant Firdaus.
Traditionally executive chefs or chief chefs cook these speciality dishes, but here this exclusive cuisine is being prepared by a nawab himself. Nawab Mahboob Alam Khan, the chairman of Anwar Uloom Educational Institutions, will himself prepare various dishes in a traditional and centuries-old method. Reputed to be a fine cook, he will prepare dishes like Shikampur Kebabs, Methi Vadi, Dum Ka Karela, Dum Ka Murg Musallam, Mona Murgi Ka Salan, Asif Jahi Tikki, and Bina Masale Ka Murgi Ka Salan, and desserts like Sheer Korma, Ande Ki Kanki, Double Ka Meetha and Qurbani Ka Meetha.
The ambience at the restaurant has been created in the Nawabi-style and the food will be served by the waiters in Nawab suits. Nawab Mahboob Alam Khan will be present at the restaurant and will share his secret recipies with the diners.
Served a la carte, the dishes are available for dinner only. For further details, please contact 6666-2323.