The festive vibes are already spreading cheers in our cities, and to add to the celebrations, these hotels and restaurants are offering various Navratri offers, thalis, and food for their customers!
The nine days of fun have begun, and restaurants are leaving no stone unturned in enticing customers with various Navratri offers, thalis and food at their outlets. Well, if you are confused about how to spend your Navratri in a fun way, we recommend these foodlicious options to go for!
1. India Bistro offers mocktails
The restaurant is celebrating the festival with "festive complimentary mocktails each day!" So, quench your thirst with complimentary mocktails, which represent the nine colours of the nine Goddess avatars and satisfy your taste buds with their specially curated festive buffet with mouthwatering delicacies like Threesome Paneer Tikka, Avocado Parmesan Tikki, Rajma ki Galouti, Chana Jor Poppers, Panko Crusted Jodhpuri Chillies and more!
When: September 26 to October 5; 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Where: Ground Floor, Capsulation Premises, Chembur
2. Soma offers Thali curated by Indian MasterChef Jhupa
Soma, by Grand Hyatt Mumbai, is celebrating the auspicious occasion of Navratri's special thali menu curated by our Indian MasterChef Jhupa as "he brings you an array of delicious preparations over the 9 days!" This fasting thali menu is available only for dinner!
When: Till October 4; 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Where: Grand Hyatt, Mumbai
3. Charoli Foods offers the 'Royal Dussehra Feast'
For the third time, Charoli Foods is ready to offer the 'Royal Dussehra Feast' to its patrons, and like in previous years, they have created a feast with a special menu of "21 carefully selected festive dishes from 21 royal kitchens of Malwa". To know more, stay tuned with the restaurant and wait for updates!
Where: 11, Rahat Manzil, Dr. Ambedkar Road
1. Sagar Ratna offers Navratri Thali in three variants
The Sagar Ratna Navratri Thali is a complete package with the deluxe variant of this thali consisting of a fried sabudana papad, pooris made using kuttu atta, and a serving of khichdi with three types of sabzis! Moreover, sabudana kheer is served as a dessert. On other hand, Special Thali included South Indian style food and the Executive Thali includes a proper North Indian meal!
Where: Various outlets in Delhi
2. Dhaba at The Claridges offers fast-friendly meals for Navratri
The iconic restaurant- Dhaba is offering wholesome authentic Navratri thali that includes Aloo Sabudana Vada, Lauki Mawa Curry, Kaju aur Chironji ki Dal, Methi aur Gud ka Sitaphal, Palak Paneer Roll Curry, Samak ke Chawal ki Tehri, Kuttu ka Dahi Bhalla with Rajgira ki Puri and Methi Lassi. Along with this, the thali balances the food with delicious Petha Halwa filled with scrumptious nuts!
Where: The Claridges, Nehru Marg area
3. AnnaMaya offers 'a fasting feast'
AnnaMaya invites you to indulge in "an array of traditional fasting meals served in a curated Navratri thali, prepared with locally sourced ingredients!" So, if you are looking forward to 'Satvik food' to eat outside your home, this can be the best option for you! Check out the availability for the seats once and confirm your registration with the restaurant!
When: Till October 5; 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Where: Andaz, Delhi
1. JW Marriott offers 'Durga Puja Mahabhoj'
The hotel is celebrating Navratri and Durga Puja with 'Durga Puja Mahabhoj', curating a menu with quintessential festive delicacies like ‘Gondhoraj Fish Tikka’, ‘Echorer Dalna’, ‘Aam Kasundi Paneer’, ‘Pulao’, ‘Posto Murgi’, ‘Mutton Roganjosh’, ‘Dhokar Dalna’ etc. To round up that perfect Durga Puja Mahabhoj, guests can choose from a wide selection of traditional Bengali desserts like ‘Rosh Mallai’, ‘Sandesh’, ‘Roshogulla’ and ‘Mishti Doi’!
When: September 29 to October 4
Where: 4A, J.B.S Haldane Avenue
2. The Westin Kolkata offers 'Maha Bhoj' with 'Dhol Dhaak Dhunuchi 3.0'
Gearing up to create one of the biggest extravagant Pandal named 'Dhol Dhaak Dhunuchi 3.0', The Westin Kolkata is also set to offer the patrons divine Asian feasts, traditional Bengali delicacies along with drinks and spirits! Although they have not disclosed the full menu, it seems the food is going to be as authentic as the celebration of Durga Pujo in Kolkata!
When: October 1 to 5
Where: New town, Rajarhat