In its ongoing culinary narrative of celebrating regional and specific cuisines in India & S Asia under Saturday Stories, Ramada Lucknow proudly features the amazing Nepali cuisine this Saturday, 6th January 2018 at Cafe Quane and Brio Art Cafe, from 7.30 pm onwards.
Nepalese cuisine is defined by its lentil soups, lean non-creamy curries and famous momos, and above all its meat preparations – specially goat meat and chicken which is absolutely heaven in each bite. Most have their roots in Tibetan, Indian and Thai staples, but over time have been infused with an unmistakable Nepalese twist.
Here are the 7 universal Nepalese Cuisine favorites that our Chef has curated from the array of deliciousness available for the discerning palate of the Nawabi city – Lucknow.
Saturday Stories this week features :
Aloo Tama Ka Jhol – A classic Nepali soup prepared with black eyed beans, potatoes, bamboo shoots and spices.
Mutton Sekuwa – Sekuwa is a traditional meat dish slowly cooked over wood fire
Bhatmas – A traditional Nepali dish, served as an appetizer course with flatten rice, fish, ginger and garlic.
Khasi ka kwati – (Nepali goat curry)
Kukhurako Masu – (Chicken curry)
Jogi Bhat – (Rice cooked with vegetables and lentils.)
Sikarni – (Fresh curd with dry fruits)
Peda – One of the most popular desserts in Nepal, Peda is a sweet made out of milk.
Come and savour the exotic delicacies at Cafe Quane from 7.30 pm onwards.