Everyone loves fine-dining but street food has its own place in everyone's heart. With this menu, come join us for an experience of Street Food from selected Indian States, in a Fine Dining set-up.
One of the most loved street food from Karnataka/Mangalore/Udupi regions. Some places call it Charmuri and others churmuri. This mouth-watering snack is prepared mixing puffed rice, raw mango, carrots, onion, spices, cilantro garnish,and served immediately. Mild to Medium spice. Can customize spice level for the spicy food lovers.
Fresh sugarcanes are squeezed to extract juice with
a dash of ginger. Naturally sweet so no additives or added sweeteners. Only pure sugarcane
juice and a true nature's gift.
In Tamilnadu, its often called «Thenga(fresh coconut), Manga(raw mango), pattani (peas) Sundal. You walk in any beach in Tamilnadu, food stall carrying this dish will tempt you to snack on them. This protein packed, spicy, tangy dish will leave you
craving for more…
Pav — Portuguese call their small dinner rolls Pao and we got this
wonderful bread from them. Bhaji is mixed vegetables cooked in aromatic spices. This Pav-Bhaji is a popular street food in Mumbai and other North Indian regions. Balance of Carb and vegetables makes this a staple street food. This will be served in individual fondues.
Unni means small. These small appams a festive dessert from Kerala and a street snack is prepared from rice, jaggery, ghee and flavoured with sesame seeds. These small round spheres are such a treat to just gobble up.