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A whole new gastronomic experience?

india Updated: Sep 15, 2006 15:09 IST
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FOODIES OF the City have something new to look forward to with Hotel Noor-Us-Sabah Palace coming up with pan-Asian cuisine and live cooking experience, probably for the first time in Madhya Pradesh.

The newly renovated Dynasty restaurant, which was earlier offering exclusively Chinese cuisine, will now explore the entire spectrum of diverse culinary traditions and delicate flavours of Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Korea, Mongolia, Indonesia and Burma. The restaurant with Teppanyaki – a live grill – will open for connoisseurs from September 16.

While over the centuries, cuisines the world over have enlarged the gastronomical vocabulary and morphed to become more interesting, globalisation has brought them closer to food-lovers across the globe. Keeping pace with times Dynasty has introduced a new menu to titillate the taste-buds of its customers with exotic new entrants like Myanmar soup, Shojin Age (veg) from the land of rising sun; Lamb Malaysian and Prawn Chili Garlic from the Mainland and Thai Chin Chicken or Mandarin fish to name just a few.

“But, the main attraction would be Teppanyaki grill – meaning ‘hot plate’ in Japanese, a traditional way in Japanese families to enjoy cooking, eating and interacting simultaneously at on place and here we will have live cooking by expert chefs as per the choice of a customer,” says Food & Beverage manager Amitava Roy while explaining the concept of Teppanyaki.

“One can’t go without it, as we’re offering Mongolian grill, Korean barbecue and Teppanyaki grill delicacies in prawn, fish, lamb, chicken and vegetables – cooked in different oils and sauces,” he emphasises enthusiastically.

Vegetarians need not worry as Chinese cabbage, broccoli, asparagus, zucchini (cucumber family), yellow & red peppers, capsicum, tofu and a lot will be on offer at Teppanyaki. “Since same food items couldn’t be served for a longer period, we introduce new dishes every year. But, this is going to be altogether a new experience. The restaurant that can accommodate 32 in addition to Teppanyaki bar-counter would open only for dinner, except on Sundays, when lunch would also be served. We are expecting a good response.’’