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A toast to India, with love: Weekly Indian food bazaar delights Dubai

UAE/India, May 30, 2022: Being at Al Habtoor City, a multi-use development in Dubai incorporating five-star hotels, three-rise luxury residential towers and the miraculous La Perle a Las Vegas water themed live show by Dragone has gotten even more exciting for the Indian diaspora, visitors and cultural enthusiasts. The V Hotel Dubai, Curio Collection by Hilton, is hosting an Indian Bazaar evening every Friday from 8PM-11PM with food night showcasing the diverse spread of Indian cuisine and gorgeous Indian décor that are reminiscent of Rajasthan’s melas.

Guests can enjoy a wide spread of chaat from a cart at the roadside designed chaat station with a mouth burst of spicy pani puri, bhel puri, dahi puri, and more street delicacies, delicious gravies with a selection of Indian bread to go with, and biryanis from different regions of India, railway-style mutton curry, a variety of vegetarian selections, Indian mithai for sweet endings and not to forget Lassi and Karak chai served in matkas (clay pots) all prepared by our exquisite chefs – Chef Kamlesh and Chef Raja.

The ongoing Indian Bazaar is a nostalgic culinary journey to treat your taste buds for AED 199 with soft drinks and AED 299 with house spirits.

The décor is inspired from vibrant Rajasthan’s melas with a burst of colored dupattas (scarves) placed all around the venue, mirrored umbrellas to add to the ambiance, a stunning entrance covered in colored flowers to add to the Indian vibe, masalas (spices) kept in copper pots and lastly a welcome drink by servers dressed in traditional Indian wear – a beautiful sight to relish.

This weekly Bazaar is all about appreciating the Indian culture and cuisine from all regions, spending time with the family while listening to a live singer singing old-school Indian classics that take you back in time and create an unforgettable ambience!

“The response received so far has been delightful. Families and groups of friends from various ethnicities have been savoring Indian delicacies here. We want our guests to feel at home, which means when you eat Indian cuisine, you must eat two people’s food, not one,” says Nagy Nagaty, Hotel Manager V Hotel a Curio Collection.

The Indian Bazaar is one of the Al Habtoor Group’s many initiatives to craft new experiences for the Indian travelers and become a preferred destination for them.

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