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True love on a #PerfectDate while you indulge with your Valentine on a #DawatEIshq at Radisson Mumbai Goregaon

Nawabi style at the Dawat-E-Ishq curated with love by Chef-Rehman Mujeebur With a smile on his lips, chef Mujeeb ur Rehman walks around feeling like a conqueror.,at the TipsyTerrace restaurant at Radisson Mumbai Goregaon a Nawabi food festival is on at Radisson, mumbai . The food is, indeed, fit for royalty.

Radisson Mumbai Goregaon is all dressed up for the occasion too. The décor (for the food fete) is kitsch; shiny turquoise blue and bright fuchsia fabric hung like drapes.

With a 14-year experience in the hospitality industry, Rehman is a business management graduate. “Cooking is in our legacy and I had to return to my roots,” he says with a smile. Rehman also wants to explore vegetarian food and feels youngsters hardly know the traditional Indian food. “When I prepare food for the high-end vegetarian parities, the dishes are a hit. Also, people keep asking me ‘What’s new’ that is a challenge to constantly think what to create new,” he says.
He also rues that Indian food doesn’t get its right due. “McDonald’s, KFC and Pizza Hut have Indianised their dishes to suit the local palate. Mc Donald’s sells aalu burger but not beef burger. They are leaders in the industry and know what sells where. We have to grab that idea from them and create a lot of opportunity for the Indian food. Options with Indian food are limitless and we need to popularise it especially among youngsters,” he explains.
Rehman points out chefs cooking for television are stars and cannot be compared with chefs cooking in the kitchens of restaurants. “Television is a different world. Vikas Khanna and Sanjeev Kapoor are stars of television. For TV, you need a glamorous face. Not all chefs in reality have that personality and have their own limitations. They can cook tasty food but cannot communicate about it. Chefs of Taj or ITC are big in their own way and work hard in the kitchens. They are never in the limelight,” he states.

Does he want to cook on television? “I am happy being in the kitchen. I want to explore and popularise Indian food, develop recipes and present it innovatively,” he quips.

The crispy & flavoursome starters … Both veg & non-veg diners would be pleased with the choices! The sauces given for the starters were the Best;

Good. Simple & perfect collection of dishes to choose.
taste is very Good.  Remember your palate & food-preference while placing order. as there is variety of dishes …….. yummyyy and tummy full..

Big spread

The fest (dinner/buffet) boasts of royal sounding dishes alright. There are almost 10 vegetarian dishes, an equal number of desserts; the usual vegetarian and non-vegetarian shorbas (soups); plenty of non-vegetarian fare too; rice and Indian breads (live and brought to the table);

For those who like the food of the seas, there is ample choice though Nawabi cuisine is more to do with meat than fish. There is a daily change of menu.

VEG KEBAB -DARD E DIL PANEER KEBAB, ALOO SHAAN E ISHQ, PYAR BHARE KHUMB MOTI, SHABNAM SUBZ GALAWATI

EXOTIC VEG KEBAB – CAPSICUM CHEESE DULMEH, BEGAM BROCCOLI ZAFRANI, DARD E DIL PANEER KEBAB, ALOO SHAAN E ISHQ, PYAR BHARE KHUMB        MOTI, SHABNAM SUBZ GALAWATI

MAIN COURSE- ZALIM PANEER KHAAS, SUBZ GUL E BAHAR, LAILA KE IMLI DAAL, FARHAD KI TAHIRI

INDIAN BREAD- NAAN,ROTI, SHEERMAL

DESSERT- CHUKANDER E AFROZ,LAB E SHEERAN

NON VEG ARE Lobster Miyan ke kebab, the Jheenga Husn Malika, the Seekh Laila ke Jaan, Dilwala Murgh Tikka, the Majnu ke Takhne, the Galawati Begum Pasand in sizzlers followed by the Gosht Mumta Mahal, Murgh Lab E Mashooq, Laila ke Imli Daal served with Naan, Roti, Sheermal or Zafrani Ishq Pulao and ended with Chukander-e-Afroz and Lab-e-Sheeren.

Nawabi dawat would conjure visions of all manner of exotic foods, rest assured you are bound to like it as there are no surprises but there is profusion of variety..Chef and team done great job for such authentic and tasty food,he conquers the taste buds of foodies,,,Now, the dishes are tweaked to suit everyone’s digestive system,” he says.

The fest concludes AT  Radisson Mumbai Goregaon for this festival which is on till the 18th of Feb .Worth a visit if you love or want to explore . Another note-worthy thing about  is their ambience….They hypnotize you at the very moment you enter the restaurant. Even the world’s worst lover would fall in love with the roof-top set-up; perfect space to kill your alone time enjoying the cities view or romance with your special someone or to make memories with family and friends.

A starry night, exotic dishes and romance – A #PerfectDate awaits you at #TheTipsyTerrace.
You don’t want to miss the Dawat-e-Ishq fest at @RadissonMumbai, Goregaon! Call 30151115 to make a reservation!

 

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