The Navratras have already started and everyone of you might be extremely in eager anticipation to get a break from the fasting regimes followed during this period. Fasting during Navratri, curtailing your diet with necessary measures for 9 days may seem to be extremely tiring as well as equally challenging, in case you are a foodie. However Delhi, the land of foodies never disappoint you even during the period of Navratri and Lodi: The Garden Restaurant is a true testimony to the fact.
Lodi-The Garden Restaurant has recently curated a menu especially for the Navratras to satisfy your appetites to the core. Lodi usually has to its credit the Lebanese, Mediterranean as well as European cuisine niches. However Navratra at Lodi-The Garden Restaurant does not fall into your routined Navratra dining or luncheon sessions. It’s time to taste something out of the monotonous Sabudana khichdi or Kuttu Ka Dhosa this Navratri right at Lodi-The Garden Restaurant.
The Restaurant with its cosy, lavish garden as well as indoor seating arrangements would definitely set a refreshing Navratra ambiance in its company.
The Navratra Menu at Lodi, The Garden Restaurant mirrors the art of culinary creativity
It is indeed difficult to go beyond the conventional niches of Navratra delicacies and fusing them with the Lebanese or Mediterranean touches is indeed more challenging. However the Chef at Lodi-The Garden Restaurant with his great creative genius managed to amalgamate health, Continental tastes and Navratri flavours right on a single plate.
To begin with there are refreshing plates of Salads which speak about Chef Elam Singh’s culinary expertise.
Fresh farm greens, avocado, sprouts & walnut with wild honey & lime dressing is something that would definitely make you crave for more food even during the fasting hours of Navratri.
Roasted sweet potato, fresh coriander, lime & rock salt was the salad that proves that even the simplest of recipes can be a reason for your appetite’s satisfaction.
On my Starter Plate, the Raw zucchini & cumin hummus with crispy lavaash was a masterpiece that reinstated that even Navratras can be enjoyable when you have such recipes on your plate.
Both the steamed couscous with fresh roasted vegetables and unpolished brown rice risotto with fresh farm peas, mint & pine nuts, perfumed with truffle oil dessert were healthy combinations of freshness, innovation a higher degree of gastronomic execution.
The desserts even were manifestations of fresh and healthy ingredients with two variations in its credit: fresh seasonal fruit bowl and fresh strawberry, mint & lime sorbet.
So if you are fasting during this Navratri, make sure that you surely visit Lodi:The Garden Restaurant for an appetizing Navratri meal.