The great circus of Indian cuisine – The New Indian Express

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HYDERABAD: A lively children’s play area, a bright and colorful canopy as well as food stimulating your multiple senses sums up the Sheraton Hyderabad hotel’s “Grand Circus Brunch”, the recurring theme for Sunday brunches during the month of July. Filled with live music and staff with faces painted like clowns, one was sure to enjoy the experience.

Speaking of the theme selection and brunch menu on offer, Chef Srikanth Reddy, Executive Chef of Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel, says, “Grand Circus Brunch is all about having fun with food. We wanted to make it an exclusive experience, where kids can play and eat their favorite meals and adults can sit down and enjoy the food and drink. For the kids, we have a hot dog and burger stand as well as a chaat stand right at the entrance. This time we’ve worked towards more vegetarian than non-vegetarian options, keeping in mind the healthy lifestyle choices many people are choosing to follow now. We plan to change the Sunday Brunch theme each month to attract more customers. »

After the chef’s delicious insight, seated at Feast, a casual yet refined multi-cuisine buffet restaurant with vibrant decor and a great selection of high-end liquor, we went straight for the lamb shami kebab starters with yoghurt at beets, chicken lollipop, avocado and salmon salad, dim sums and Chinese bhel accompanied by red wine. The skewers had a distinct smoky flavor, while the chicken lollipops were juicy. The dimsums at their luxury Pan-Asian restaurant Zega were happily tasty.

The avocado and salmon salad was fresh and tangy, but what won the best dish title was the Chinese bhel. For the uninitiated, Chinese bhel has Indian toppings of a traditional bhel like onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, and peanuts tossed in a spicy sauce with fried noodles. Then we focused on the main course accompanied by a vodka-based cocktail. From the live pasta counter, we had chicken alfredo pasta, which tasted decent. We quickly moved on to the Indian side of the menu and gorged ourselves on the quintessential Hyderabadi biryani and mutton curry. The star of the main course was pork belly with a platter of Mediterranean mezze and potato fondant with olive sauce.

The braised pork belly was succulent, pairing well with the three Mediterranean dips. Almost full in our stomachs, it was dessert time. We were spoiled for choice with their 20 varieties of desserts including both pastries and Indian sweets and ice cream. We concluded our foodie journey with a heavy dose of chocolate pastry that had an edible lion printed on it and some gujiya. The brunch is sure to make waves among food lovers as they can sample the finest dishes from Zega and Feast restaurants at the Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel.

HYDERABAD: A lively children’s play area, a bright and colorful canopy as well as food stimulating your multiple senses sums up the Sheraton Hyderabad hotel’s “Grand Circus Brunch”, the recurring theme for Sunday brunches during the month of July. Filled with live music and staff with faces painted like clowns, one was sure to enjoy the experience. Speaking of the theme selection and brunch menu on offer, Chef Srikanth Reddy, Executive Chef of Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel, says, “Grand Circus Brunch is all about having fun with food. We wanted to make it an exclusive experience, where kids can play and eat their favorite meals and adults can sit down and enjoy the food and drink. For the kids, we have a hot dog and burger stand as well as a chaat stand right at the entrance. This time we’ve worked towards more vegetarian than non-vegetarian options, keeping in mind the healthy lifestyle choices many people are choosing to follow now. We plan to change the Sunday Brunch theme each month to attract more customers. After the chef’s delicious insight, seated at Feast, a casual yet refined multi-cuisine buffet restaurant with vibrant decor and a great selection of high-end liquor, we went straight for the lamb shami kebab starters with yogurt. with beets, chicken lollipop, avocado and salmon salad, dim sums and Chinese bhel served with red wine. The skewers had a distinct smoky flavor, while the chicken lollipops were juicy. The dimsums at their luxury Pan-Asian restaurant Zega were happily tasty. The avocado and salmon salad was fresh and tangy, but what won the best dish title was the Chinese bhel. For the uninitiated, Chinese bhel has Indian toppings of a traditional bhel like onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, and peanuts tossed in a spicy sauce with fried noodles. Then we focused on the main course accompanied by a vodka-based cocktail. From the live pasta counter, we had chicken alfredo pasta, which tasted decent. We quickly moved on to the Indian side of the menu and gorged ourselves on the quintessential Hyderabadi biryani and mutton curry. The star of the main course was pork belly with a platter of Mediterranean mezze and potato fondant with olive sauce. The braised pork belly was succulent, pairing well with the three Mediterranean dips. Almost full in our stomachs, it was dessert time. We were spoiled for choice with their 20 varieties of desserts including both pastries and Indian sweets and ice cream. We concluded our foodie journey with a heavy dose of chocolate pastry that had an edible lion printed on it and some gujiya. The brunch is sure to make waves among food lovers as they can sample the finest dishes from Zega and Feast restaurants at the Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel.

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