East or West, dabba’s the best
By Ayesha Singh
22nd June 2012 10:59 AM
Inspired by the dabbawallahs of Mumbai, Masala Art at the Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi, has introduced a sumptuous fixed dabba menu as part of their latest promotion called Dabba Delights. One can eat them at the restaurant or take them away if in a hurry. Serving some of the restaurant’s best dishes from the last decade, it includes favourites like Bhagare Baigan, Lamb Curry, Sea Bass Pulao and a lot more. Handpicking the finest ingredients, the chef has packed them in wonderfully designed tiffin boxes. It offers amazing home-style food away from home.
The tiffin comprises a mouth-watering soup, a starter and a main course. Some of the dishes on the extensive menu
include Dahi Palak ka Shorba, Paneer Makai ki Tikki, Khumb Palak, Baghare Baigan, Methi Dal, Matar aur Vadi ka Pulao, Murg Yakhni Shorba, Seafood Yakhni, Murgh Tikka Kali Mirch, Mahi Sarson Tikka, Lamb Curry, Jheenga Anardana, Chowke Makai Mutter, Gobhi Singhada, Kali Dal, Dal Palak, Boti Pulao and a lot more. Every tiffin comes complete with different kinds of breads, curd and dessert. Priced at `1,200 (plus takes) for a vegetarian meal, `1,500 (plus takes) for a non-vegetarian one, and `1,800 (plus takes) for a Seafood tiffin, the latest promotion by the hotel serves up quite a storm.
Lunch: 12.30-14.45 hrs
Dinner: 18.30-23.45 hrs
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