|Salads, Breads, Cheese and Cold-cuts|
|Veg starters – Aloo Kali Mirch & Ajwaini Paneer Tikka|
In non-veg starters we were served with Mahi Seekh Kabab i.e. fish skewers cooked in clay pot oven and grilled chicken. The fish kabab was mild in flavour and i had to eat it with pudina chutney, but the grilled chicken was awesome.
|Mahi Seekh Kabab & Grilled Chicken|
I then thought of trying the Parsi food. I found only few Parsi dishes being served on the buffet. The rest of the dishes were from different cuisines.
The various Parsi dishes in main course for the non-veg were Dahi no gos means lamb curry with yogurt.
|Gaam No Patio|
|Jerdalu Mu Marghi|
|Chana Ni Daar & Papeta Ne Sekhta|
|White Rice & Browne Rice|
The other dishes which on the menu were from non-Parsi cuisine.
|Clockwise: Pot Roasted Soya Beef, Chicken Fried Rice, Spanish Braised Chicken & Egg Masala|
In the veg too there were non-Parsi dishes like dal tadka, methi paneer, pavakkai peratal i.e bitter gourd tossed in south Indian spices, crumbed vegetables, chilli garlic noodles, stir fried vegetables, parsley potato and papad. Pavakkai Peratal & chilli garlic noodles was really good.
|Clockwise: Stir Fried Vegetables, Methi Paneer & Pavakkai Peratal, Dal Tadka & Chilli Garlic Noodles|
The desserts were widely spread and there were a variety of them like strawberry pastry, linzer tart, mango mousse, chocolate gateau, chocolate brownie, apple spiced cake, Parsi pudding, suji halwa and lot more.
|My Dessert Plate|
Mövenpick Hotel & Spa Bangalore,