To celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights and the most well-known of Indian festivals, Mandarin Oriental Manila’s all-day dining restaurant Paseo Uno hosts a special dinner buffet on November 3, 2013 with authentic Indian specialties by Chef Laxminarayan Ray.
The dinner buffet, priced at PHP 1,790+, will consist of traditional Indian favorites including succulent vegetables, spiced tender meats, Tandoori specialties, and a variety of homemade Indian breads.
Indulge in a smorgasbord of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes such as:
Vegetable biryani—cooked with aromatic basmati rice and Indian spices
Paneer tikka—cottage cheese marinated in Tandoori spices
Dal makhani—black lentil cooked with tomato and cream
Lamb roghanjosh—lamb cooked with onion and saffron
Murgh awadhi korma—chicken in cashew and onion gravy
Tulsi mahi tikka—snapper cubes marinated in basil and cheese
Zafrani murgh tikka—chicken morsels marinated in saffron marinade
A spread of traditional Indian desserts and sweets will include:
Jalebi—deep-fried flour batter poached in sugar
Dhokla—steamed chickpeas cake with mustard tempering
Moti choor laddu—sweet gram flour balls
All Indian dishes are guaranteed halal.
For inquiries or reservations, call Paseo Uno at 750-8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.