New Delhi, March 4 (ANI): Barbeque Nation, first opened in 2006 in Mumbai, is a decade old concept now but has easily managed to survive with their unique concept and introducing creativity in not only in their food but in the restaurtant functions as well.
The on-going Wahrabia Fest, with an ‘Arabian Nights’ theme, is the current promotional strategy to allure the foodies to step-in and have a memorable time.
A special menu has been curated for the fest along with Arabic decor with colourful decorations, beautiful lanterns a truly exquisite menu. The event brings to town the myriad flavours and spices from the lands of Arabia.
Talking about the lip-smacking food, Barbeque National will never disappoint you. The non-vegetarian foodies can binge on Jujeh Kebab, Rubyan Meshwi, Arabian Kafta Lamb Seekh, Far Areej el Fahem and Dabel Keba.
Whereas, the vegans can try their hands on Curried Chickpeas, Afelia Batata, Falafel Pita Pockets, Sheesh Kudra, Zucchini Fasigratin.
The fest going on from February 26 to March 13 is a window to the culture and cuisine of the lands of Arabia. Inspired by popular folklore such as the Arabian Nights and Aladdin, ‘Wahrabia Fest’ will transport guests to an exotic dining experience.
And that’s not enough, whilst you will be busy gorging on the scrumptious food, you will also be entertained by the in-house waiters dancing for you on Bollywood dance numbers to make sure you have 360 degrees dining experience.
With ‘Wahrabia Fest’, Barbeque Nation will turn into entertainment hotspot with magicians performing their best tricks, henna artists and Aladdin’s magic lamp placed on each table to usher your server for the meal like in the folklore.
The highlights of the festival are the live-counters where dishes like Kesabi Dejaj, Chicken Shawarma, and Riyash Mashwi, will be cooked in traditional style. Customers can bask in the aroma of marinated, skewered meat sizzling over hot grills and tawas. Cold mezze offerings like Fattoush, Hummus served with crisp Pita, Mouttabal, and Cheese Barrah can be enjoyed right on the tables.
For desserts, customers can sample traditional sweet dishes from exotic land such as Baklava – rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with honey, Muhallabieh – creamy milky pudding with roses, pistachio and lemon syrup, Kataif Mihshi – pancakes stuffed with mascarpone cheese and served with sweetened rose syrup.
Visit any of Barbeque Nation’s outlets in Delhi-NCR region (Connaught Place, Jangpura, Saket, Vasant Kunj, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Vivek Vihar, Noida, Faridabad, Sohna Road and Sushant Lok), Chandigarh, Mohali, Jaipur and Lucknow between February 26 and March 13 to savour a myriad of enchanting flavours that captivate the senses of customers, transporting them to the heart of breathtaking Arabian sands. (ANI)