Pune: JW Marriott Pune’s one-of-a-kind specialty vegetarian restaurant Shakahari unveils its latest South Indian fare. The new menu will showcase a lavish spread based on authentic and popular favorites from South India. Curated by Maharaj Jai Kishen, this menu will have guests enjoy carefully handcrafted dishes infused with flavours from South India.
Shakahari’s new menu offers a variety of handpicked, fresh ingredients that showcase age-old recipes and bring out diverse flavors right from fresh coconut to the tangy taste of tamarind. Guests will be served a plethora of flavours from the southern belt of India, ranging from coconut based Avial to the traditional Paruppu Curry and the scrumptious Malabar Paratha. A sweet treat awaits at the Mishthan Bhandar, where guests will relish the delectable Payasam that will satiate their sweet tooth.
Also, the silver thali at Shakahari will continue to serve the guests their favourite Rajasthani menu offering a delightful selection put together by Maharaj Jai Kishen’s team. The irresistible menu comprises of dishes such as Ker Sangri ke Kofte, Subz Panchmel and Dal Batti Churma that will surely entice guests to return to this culinary journey.
Talking about the new menu, Vineet Mishra, General Manager of JW Marriott Pune said, “JW Marriott Pune believes in celebrating the vegetarian way of life. It is our endeavour to revive cultures from different regions of India and unearth the gripping culinary tales of flavour, through Shakahari. We regularly craft unique experiences for our diners to ensure there is novelty in every visit. Under the expertise of Maharaj Jai Kishen, we strive to re-create popular regional delicacies from across the country to showcase authenticity and culinary finesse, which are the key features of Shakahari.”
Shakahari invites all patrons to come relish a traditional Rajasthani spread along with the new menu that brings to you the southernmost flavours from the country.
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