Treats for Nawabi with Lucknowi Food Festival

With the city’s regal flair and own specialties, the royal Lucknowi style radiates its own charm. People from all over the world are drawn to it by its food and culture. Even while not everyone has the opportunity to visit Lucknow to sample its delectable cuisine, there are still excellent ways to enjoy the true flavors of this Nawabi metropolis.

You may savor a delicious selection of regal foods at the Lucknowi Food Fest at the Bidri, Hyderabad Marriott Hotel and Convention Centre. This festival, which runs until April 14 and starts at 7 p.m., offers a unique culinary experience.

When visitors arrive at Bidri, staff members wearing traditional Nawabi caps and exquisite anarkalis welcome them with warmth. You are served an appetiser made of crunchy breadcrumbs and a delicious filling as you sit down to savour the aromas of Lucknow.

Serving a drink with royal splendor, Mohabbat ka Sharbat is an iconic component of the Lucknowi gastronomic experience. Chef Abdul Quddus makes sure every dish is painstakingly prepared to reflect the atmosphere of the royal city as he leads visitors through the rich tapestry of Lucknowi flavors. Bidri’s Head Chef Gajdendra enhances the culinary experience by contributing his specialty kebabs and his skills to the menu.

After indulging in the cool Mohabbat Ka Sharbat, visitors are given the mildly spiced Murgh Badami Shorba, which is prepared with almonds, pure saffron threads, fresh coriander, and spices.

After that, savor the Paneer Dum Roll, which is made with clove-scented cottage cheese, Lucknowi tandoor-cooked cabbage, capsicum, and raisins. The Tunday Kabab, served with ulta tawa paratha, is a tasty combination of minced pork, cashews, almonds, Kashmiri chilli, fresh coriander, and saffron that is ideal for those who are not vegetarians. Richly flavoured Pathar ka Gosht, Shahi Malai Chicken, and Shahi Malai Kalmi are some more delicious selections.

Discover more with experts like Sheermal, Murgh Tikka Lababdar, Phool Gobhi Musallam, Shahi Nalli Nihari, and many more. Savor the Kathal ki Biryani, a menu must-try that combines jackfruit, some basmati rice, apricots, and fresh mint for a decadent twist.

With the decadent Shahi Malai Tukda and Gajar ka Halwa, your regal feast will come to a delightful conclusion.

Joining you on a trip through the rich culinary tradition of Lucknow is the Lucknowi Food Fest at Bidri, which promises an amazing experience for all food connoisseurs and is accompanied by evocative ghazal performances.

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