Chor Bizarre In Bikaner House Is Blessing Us With A Perfect Ladakhi-Dogri Food Fest!
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Foodies ahoy! There’s a food festival being organized at Chor Bizarre at Bikaner House that’ll give you a taste of cuisines hailing from Ladakh and Jammu.
This recently-opened restaurant serves cuisines ranging from Kashmir to Kerala, but for these particular few days they’re focussing on Dogri and Ladakhi cuisine and we’re psyched!
The King and Queen of Ladakh (omg!) have worked in the kitchens of Chor Bizarre to train the chefs in some of the signature dishes of the city! Some delicacies on their menu are Gyathuk, Steamed Ladakhi Momos of various kinds, Chu-Tagir, Ti-Mok, Khatta Meat and Phating. WOAH!
Enough about the Ladakhi cuisine, now for Dogri - the menu’s been curated by Ms. Neha Prasad, author of ‘Dining With The Maharaja’s’ (nice!). The dishes that they’re showcasing here are Kalari Kulchas, Kachalu Ki Chaat, Maaki Dal Ka Madra, Khattey Rajma, Ambal, Kadam Ka Saag, Khameera, Meethe Chawal and Malpuye! Yum yum!
So head on over and enjoy some deliciously unique food like never before!
On Till | Sunday, 5th February
Meal For Two | Rs 1,600
Call For Reservations | +91 11 2307 1574/75
Where | 1604, Main Bazar, Paharganj