Taj City Centre, Gurugram, brings a culinary tribute to the harvest festivals of India. Presenting a themed brunch and dinner buffet and lohri bonfire, it makes a festive mood for Pongal, Lohri and Makar Sankranti. On offer are traditional delicacies like makke ki roti, sarson ka saag, sweets, and jaggery. Date: January 13 Time: 12.30 to 3.30 pm; 7.30 to 10.30 pm Price: Rs 2,300 plus taxes per person Venue: Culina 44, Taj City Centre, Gurugram.
Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel presents an all-new menu curated by speciality chefs at Shang Palace — Chef Ye Haijun, a dimsum culinary master; Chef Kong Fanyi; an expert of Chinese barbeque; and Chef Fulei, a proficient wok chef. They present a special menu combining cuisines like Sichuan, Cantonese and the mystical cuisine of Yunnan. Time: Lunch: 12.30 to 2.45 pm Dinner: 7 pm to 11.45 pm Venue: Lobby Level, Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, 19 Ashoka Road.
Bo Tai launches the first modern Thai drunch on every Sunday promising an extensive spread of soups, salads, appetizers, main course and a host of delightful desserts Relish the grilled vegetables and Ching Mai curried pork sausage from the grills section. For the vegetarians, there is crispy lotus stem, wrenched jackfruit tacos. Time: 12:30 to 3:30 pm Price: Rs 2,395 (plus taxes) onwards Venue: Bo Tai Mehrauli
Winter weekends just got more delicious with Townhall Gurgaon’s specially crafted Sunday brunch, which is sure to indulge your guilty pleasures. On offer are distinctive dishes like Morning Glory Donbury, Baked Quinoa, Chicken Kra Pow, Indian Opakapaka with Udon Noodles, Chicken Shawarma and Tiramisu, Red Velvet, Fruit Tarts and Oreo Tarts to satisfy your sweet tooth. Time: 12 pm to 4 pm Venue: Townhall, Gurgaon Price: 2,490 ++ (includes food and alcoholic beverages) and 1590++ ( food and soft drinks
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