Independence Day: Pay as you wish for Indian lunch at The Bombay Canteen
What better way to celebrate Independence Day than to feast over regional Indian specialities in one of Mumbai’s popular food outlets. Independence Day calls for a day off, which in turn calls for a party over food and drinks. If you are looking for Independence Day special lunch in Mumbai, then make a reservation at The Bombay Canteen. The restaurant is organising its 3rd annual Independence Day Dawaat on August 15. The grand feast is organised in association with Miracle Foundation India, a non-profit organization that aims to take care of orphan kids by providing them with food, care and education.
The Independence Day special meal comprises of regional delicacies, all of which served on a banana leaf. Chef Thomas Zacharias and his team will bring forth dishes from 12 states including Mangalorean Chicken Curry, Punjabi Smoked Red Pumpkin Bharta, Lucknavi style Soy Kheema Mutter, Kashmiri Simla Mirch, Petha Korma, Kerela Mandeli Fry, seasonal vegetable pulao and lots more. All such innovative dishes will be paired with a selection of unique chutneys and accompaniments. While chilled Aam Panna from Uttar Pradesh will add on to the refreshment, a plate of Tiranga Barfi and Maharashtra's Til Gud Cake will round up the meal.
The lunch is all about celebrating freedom, so it is not a fixed-price menu. You can pay what you like at the end of the meal. So, block your calendar, get your friends and families to The Bombay Canteen and celebrate all things Indian with a feast from around the country.
Where: The Bombay Canteen, Unit 1, Process House, Kamala Mills, S.B. Road, Lower Parel
When: August 15, 2017
What: Independence Dawaat at lunch only (11:30 am to 3:30 pm)
First come, first serve basis
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