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Published On: November 20, 2019 05:59 PM NPT By: Republica

Punjabi food festival ‘Happy Singh Da Dhaba’ at Soaltee Crowne Plaza

Punjabi food festival ‘Happy Singh Da Dhaba’ at Soaltee Crowne Plaza


The Garden Terrace of Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Soalteemode is setup as dhaba—typical roadside eatery in Punjab for the food festival ‘Happy Singh Da Dhaba’ since November 18. Just like in any other dhaba, the posters of some classic Bollywood movies like ‘Naseeb’, ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’ and among others are artistically flaunted on a bamboo wall of all the stalls. In addition, charpai—traditional woven beds for eating are also placed in front of stalls to create a vibrant environment of dhaba for the guest. Besides, waiters clad in Pagri—a Punjabi traditional cap, serving bold flavors of the Punjabi cuisine gives vibes of having food in Punjab.

To give authentic flavors and tastes, the festival has invited Chef Diwan Singh and Chef Sandeep all the way from Amritsar (the City of The Golden Temple) to prepare authentic cuisines inspired by the highway dhabas of Punjab.

According to Executive Chef Yubraj of Hotel Soaltee, the arrays of scrumptious and exotic vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are prepared in traditional culinary styles, particularly the tandoori. “Not only for taste buds, we’ve control spicy and oil level comparison to local dhaba.  From starter to dessert, all dishes are inspired by the highway dhabas of Punjab.  And the price is also affordable,” he added.

Most of the cuisines on display including Bhatti da Murgh, Baigan Da Bharta, Arbi Masala are kept inside earthly pots. Apart from the main dishes, the guest can also experience ‘Lassi’ and the traditional tea at the food festival.

The festival is slated to run till November 30.

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