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Sunday, May 1, 2016

#BaisakhiFoodFest at Nawab Saheb-Renaissance


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The vibrant and colorful land, where every day life is festive Baisakhi : Punjab. The land of abundant joy and celebration: PunjabThe Glorious land of Freedom Fighters : Punjab, The fertile land of Five rivers : Punjab. The land of Sarso da saag & Makke di Roti , The land of DDLJ romance : Punjab. If you can not travel to Punjab , the only other option is to be the guest at#‎BaisakhiFoodFest‬ ( Nawab Saheb ) , Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel Marriott Hotels , Powai to indulge in Vatan ki yaad.


We the Mumbai bloggers were invited by Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel to  celebrate Baisakhi, the traditional harvest festival of Punjab with a gastronomical expedition of Amritsar. With an aim to create the most authentic Punjabi menu for the occasion, Executive Chef - Chef Surjan Singh Jolly discovered culinary secrets of his home - town and drew inspiration from the traditional eateries and their most relished dishes. 


On this special occasion of #BaisakhiFoodFestival , Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel has decorated the Nawab Saheb restaurant to experience the fervor and vibrant colors of the Punjab with lip-smacking Punjabi food, live Gazal-singing and foot tapping Bhangra.



All the diners were welcome to be part of the grand fervour of Baisakhi, recreated at the Nawab Saheb restaurant ( Renaissance Hotel, Mumbai ) rollicking dinner buffet consisting of authentic Punjabi cuisine .



Snow-white, creamy, foamy Lassi made a sweet debut at the #BaisakhiFoodFest and then the yummiest Punjabi starters like Kasturi Paneer Tikka , Bhutte de Kebab, Gur Mandi Di Tikki, Bharwan Kumbh, Rupnagar ki Seekh, Paneer Nanihal , Sarso da Saag , Daal Makhani , Wadiyan wali Chawal, Keema Gobi Choleya de Naal, Laccha Paratha , Tandoori Roti appeared on our Nawabi mej to be savored leisurely.



We enjoyed this royal , luxurious treat, to the beats of live farmaaishee Gazal and Bhangra. Many diners could not resist the temptation of infectious Balle Balle and joined the fun. 








12 comments:

  1. hi, just a suggestion if I may- experiment more with night photography- you will be able to get slightly better images- some of them appear bit dark and could have come better either with flash or with slower shutter speed...

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    1. Thanks Shrinidhi, Yes sure , you are most welcome to suggest me anything which will improve my photography result.

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  2. Sounds like a great place to be!

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    1. Yes Kala, the place is great and the food is just goody goody.

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  3. As I had already shared with you..this was totally amazing..Punjab da maza in Mumbai :)

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    1. You said it Jiggyasa , Punjab da maza in Mumbai. No need to spend time & money on travelling.

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  4. As I had already shared with you..this was totally amazing..Punjab da maza in Mumbai :)

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  5. sweets and paan look delicious. nice photographs.

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    1. The sweets and paan are clicked by Asus- Zen5 , while the others are clicked with Kodak at night.You are the most authentic analyzer of my blog. So you have correctly pointed out the Rights and .... Thanks for the appreciation.

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  6. Excellent ambiance and mouth watering dishes!!!

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    1. Hi Umesh , Welcome to 'Spirit Of Mumbai'. The excellent ambiance created exclusively for the #BaisakhiFoodFest added rustic charm to the creamy rich flavors of Punjab.

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