Bombay Brasserie celebrates Navratri with new veggie menu

Expect a traditional three-course feast during the nine-day Hindu festival

 Bombay Brasserie celebrates Navratri with new veggie menu

Good news for all those celebrating India’s Navratri festival and veggie fans in Dubai, Bombay Brasserie is setting up a special menu just for the occasion.

Taj Dubai’s signature Indian restaurant is marking the nine-day festival with a three-course vegetarian menu that mixes "classical and contemporary" flavours.

Taking place from Sunday September 29 until Tuesday October 8, diners will start off with gobhi tukra chaat, which includes spiced cauliflower, peppers and a homemade tamarind yoghurt.

As for mains, veggies can look forward to khurmani kofta, a delicacy that includes apricot dumplings made with cashew nuts.

To finish, diners can enjoy festive sweets including khajoor anjeer halwa, a sugar-free fig pudding which is traditionally cooked on Navaratri.

Not familiar with Navaratri? It’s a Hindu festival which involves nine days of fasting and feasting, along with marked with large gatherings, dance troops and celebrations with loved ones and families.

As for other special dining menus not to be missed, MasterChef, The TV Experience is hosting UK celebrity chef Simon Wood, and he’ll be cooking up a storm if you book in.

Let the celebrations commence.
Dhs195. Sun Sep 29-Tue Oct 8. Open Sat-Thu 12.30pm-3pm and 6pm-midnight, Fri 1pm-4pm and 6pm-midnight. Burj Khalifa Street, Business Bay, www.tajhotels.com (04 438 3222).

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