Celebrate the richness of the flavors of Coorg at the Coorg Food Festival from 17th to 25th August 2018 at The Square, Novotel Bengaluru Techpark. Chef Anjali Ganapathy from Pigout Bangalore and Chef Pradeep, Executive Sous Chef at Novotel have put together a perfect spread of authentic Coorgi Food.
Vegetarians must try the Kambla Curry, the yellow pumpkin curry. Never had I thought I would recommend pumpkin curry. To my surprise, it was neither sweet nor soggy. Chunks of pumpkin were cooked well in the curry. Another delicious preparation was Inji Pajji, the mint based ginger raita which tasted like a smoothie. The texture was spot on.
I thoroughly enjoyed the delicacies while sipping Kodava Sangria served with cheese and walnuts bits. Among the non-vegetarian specialties, Kilo Nallamallu Bartad., the Chicken Pepper Fry was soft and flavorful. Not to miss the classic combo – Pandi Curry with Kadambuttu, the Coorg speciality pork curry served with steam semolina balls. Yerachi Pulao, the mutton pulav tastes well.
The jackfruit based dessert, Chekke Puttu is a must try. It is made up of steamed jaggery and coconut cake wrapped in banana leaves.
Mark the dates! Indulge in the fulfilling experience curated exclusively to tease your taste buds.
Ambience : 4.5
Food : 5
Service : 5