Peshwari Food Festival

Peshwari Food Festival


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Peshawar,a region of Pakistan known for a cuisine which is rich in taste and aroma. The cuisine has an influence of traditions and flavors of South Asia, especially Middle Eastern, Asian, Mughal, Sindh, Punjab and North Indian. Discover the delicacies of Peshawar at Promenade - The multi-cuisine restaurant of Aditya Park, Ameerpet. Experience the food, ambience and warmth of the North West frontier cuisine.


During Food Festival Mouth watering, aromatic and delicious Peshawari delicacies will be served, which one can indulge into. Savor an extensive selection of kababs, Koftas and kormas prepared in traditional lagans and degchis. The menu will include popular dishes like Peshawari Chilly Keema, Gosht-e-Peshawari, Lagan Ka Murg, Badami Paneer, Angoori Kofta, Dal Peshawari, Dum-e-Jafraniand Sheer Korma among several others.


Exemplifying the overwhelming spirits of Peshawar, each guest would be welcomed with non-aerated refreshing drink with sandal base called Sharbat-e-Sandal.


Come for a Jasn-e-Peshwar, a Peshwari food affair where the cuisine and music are as diverse as its people. The special thing about the cuisine is that dry fruits are a special addition to the food as Peshawari food can be recognized with its ingredients.


Promenade at Aditya Park has brought this flavorsome cuisine to the city to delight the residents of the city through the “Peshawari Food Festival”. The festival starts on 11TH of September 2015 and ends at 20th September 2015 i.e. Sunday. Award Winning Celebrity Master Chef Kalia who has rich experience in European and gulf countries would unfold the mystic recipe’s along with Chef Venu Gopal Executive Chef, Aditya Park.


“The food festival promises to delight customers with its uniqueness.The buffet is priced at Rs799 (inclusive of taxes) per person and the restaurant has been suitably done up with an ambience that brings the resemblances of the vibrant Peshawar”.