Celebrate Deepavali with a lavish spread of authentic North Indian fare at prices that won’t burst your budget. This Deepavali, for a mere $38++ from Mondays to Thursdays, $48++ for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and S$68++ for dinner every day – Grand Palki will be cooking up an excitingly delicious buffet of specially selected dishes that are as authentically North Indian as you can get in Singapore.
The food menu at Grand Palki is traditional with a modern twist, perfect for dignitaries. With 30 years of extensive experience under his belt, Om Prakash, former head chef of Vintage India who has prepared dishes for Kofi Annan and previous Singapore President SR Nathan, now helms the Grand Palki kitchen.
An unforgettable meal awaits as you stroll down the buffet line. The aroma of the Boti Kebab – tender cubes of mutton marinated in 12 fragrant spices and crunchy roasted chickpeas, is hard to miss. You also get to enjoy a welcome drink from a choice of either Aam Ka Panna or Mango Lassi. For Starters, you can look forward to creamy broccoli and corn soups and various menu choices such as the Kaju Roll – mashed potato and Indian spices coated with cashew, Paneer Dil Se – homemade cottage cheese with spices and Narangi Kebab – chicken cubes marinated with orange and spices.
Accompanied with side dishes such as Papad, Chutney, yoghurt and cream, an array of signature main course meals await you. Just to name a few, there is the Kacchi Mirch Ka Gosht – mutton, cashew, chilli, garam masala and fenugreek – Mangolorean Fish Curry; fish cubes, mustard seed, kashmiri chilli seasoned with coconut oil, Prawn Patio – prawns cooked with tomato, onion, apricot and potato chips, Vegetable Jaipuri – garden vegetables seasoned with tomato cashew nut, Gobhi Maharani – florets of cauliflower with cottage cheese and cashew paste, Aloo Snowpeas – roast American potato with snowpeas.
That is not all. If you have a sweet tooth, there are various desserts such as the Kala Jamun – a fried roll with ghee, honey syrup and saffron, the Moong Dal Halwa – a paste cooked with ghee and dry fruits, Rasmalai – a cream cheese cake poached in sweetened milk, Shahi Tukda – sliced bread in saffron flaoured milk, Nashali Naspati – fresh pears cooked in red wine and honey syrup, and fresh fruits, also known as Mithai, to satisfy your craving. To ensure it an even sweeter deal, Grand Palki will be giving out a complimentary box of four sweets per guest.
1 Cuscaden Road, The Regent Singapore, #03-02, Singapore 249715
Tel: 6735 0203/ 6725 3213
Opening Hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm (Lunch), 6pm to 10:30pm (Dinner)
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