Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Street Food Festival at Dining Room, Park Hyatt

I had a chance to visit the Dining Room at Park Hyatt yet again, but this time sporting a completely new avatar. They were hosting the street food of the world festival and had put together a menu of some of the Asian favorites.

The day we visited, the festival highlighted street food dishes from India (Mumbai & Goa), Tibet, Thai and Indonesia. Unlike my earlier experiences at multiple street food festivals, this one kept the flavors authentic and the food ended up being lip smacking.

I loved the thickness and consistency of the Laksa soup (loaded with chicken and prawns) and the banana roti's (easily joined the league of my favourite banana based desserts with Banoffee pie being its only comparable peer). The Indian street food on the other hand did complete justice and felt as close as their counterparts in Mumbai/Goa.

A Glimpse at the offerings from the Street Food Counters







And, here are the highlights from their regular buffet spread


Their regular buffet spread had a decent spread, but nailed most of the dishes. Here I loved the methi malai murgh, potato au gratin and the narghisi kofta biryani. 



The festival promotional menu was priced at INR 1600 per person excluding taxes. 

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