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RAJASTHAN DINE-OUT IN RANCHI

Ships of the desert moving on sand dunes, colourful ghagras and turbans, heart-tugging music and yes, the soul of the place, a fulfilling meal of dal bati choorma.

Rajasthan comes alive at Ranchi's Hotel Golden Tulip, Morabadi, during the ongoing food fest

Destination: Eight Above, Hotel Golden Tulip's restaurant

Calendar: From June 6 to 14, 7pm to 11pm

Make it large: Buffet dinner that includes patta paneer chaat, aloo papari chaat, lal maas, besan churma, rose churma, bajre ki roti dal baati, mava kachori

Heartfelt: “Wee believe in good, authentic and memorable food. And India’s regional cuisine can be amazing. Our Gujarati food festival earlier was a great hit. In our Rajasthani variant, we are again stressing on authenticity,” Hotel Golden Tulip food and beverage manager Bhavesh Kumar said

Expertise: Chef Fathuram from Park Prime, Jaipur, and two team mates helped by Golden Tulip staff, have prepared the elaborate menu. Only authentic Rajasthani spices have gone into the dishes. Even we have four kitchen staffs that are from Rajasthan, they are helping them too, Kumar maintained.

Value: Pay Rs 500 plus taxes per individual to experience a golden desert buffet


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