Can you pronounce Tranngoe Pham Chuong? The good news is, you don't need to - he cooks great anyway.
Golden Dragon, the Chinese speciality restaurant of Taj Krishna, is hosting a Vietnamese Food Festival. Guest chef from Blue Ginger, Taj West End, Bangalore, Tranngoe Pham Chuong, will be at the stoves, whipping up traditional recipes from the country of dragons.
This speciality food is available a la carte, and the menu reads as follows:
Hu-Tien (a broth with noodles)
Mang Tay Nau Cua (soup based on chicken stock with crab meat, asparagus and mushroom pieces)
Chicken Rice Porridge with ginger
Vegetarian Spring Rolls
Fried Tofu sauted with lemongrass, ginger and spices
Ban Cuon (steamed filled dumplings)
Banh Hoi Tom (cooked rice noodles served with lobster)
Banh Trang (rice-paper wrappers made from rice flour, water and salt)
Ca Ran Chua Ngot (quickly fried whole fish served with a delicate sweet and sour sauce)
Chinese Sweet Red Bean Soup
Sweet Banana Soup With Tapioca And Coconut
Banh Xeo (Vietnamese pancake)
Banh Bo Nuomg (rice pudding)
Che Dau Xanh Danh (green bean paste with coconut milk)
Che Ba Mau (rainbow drink)
Vietnamese Che Kho (mung bean pudding)
Banh Dua Ca Ra Men (coconut flan with caramel)
The food of Vietnam is considered among the healthiest on the planet, due to heavy reliance on rice, wheat and legumes, abundance of fresh herbs and vegetables, minimal use of oil, and treatment of meat as a condiment rather than as a main course.
The festival is on till 4th February for both lunch and dinner. For further details, please contact the restaurant at 6666-2323.