Located in the Taj Dubai, Bombay Brasserie is celebrating Navratri, with a specially created set menu.
The curated menu consists of a range of classical and contemporary dishes presented in a thali. Innovative yet customary, the menu is a blend of new age ingredients cooked in a traditional fashion, with highlights including the Sabudana tikki, a cranberry stuffed potato cake with yogurt and tamarind and Khatta meetha kaddu, a sweet and sour pumpkin curry.
Navratri is an auspicious Hindu festival which involves nine days of fasting and feasting. Like most Indian festivals, Navratri is vibrant, filled with colour, dancing and food. Traditionally, each community comes together to partake in the festivities marked with large gatherings, dance troops and processions unique to each state.
From September 21 – 29, guests are invited to celebrate Navratri at Bombay Brassiere after 6pm each evening for dinner.