For all you curry lovers, the ‘Taste of Britain Curry Festival’ promises to bring to you Classic Curries the likes of the Chicken Tikka Masala and infamous Balti recipes. This food festival will be from 19th July to 24th July, at the ITC Windsor Manor’s at the Dublin Bar and The Raj Pavilion. Celebrity and Michelin Star Chef Mark Poynton, one of Uk’s Chef’s and Chef Patron of the award-winning Alimentum restaurant in Cambridge, along with 3 other top Chefs from the UK shall showcase their main feature dishes, which is not to be missed.
To launch the festival, British Deputy High Commissioner, His Excellency Dominic McAllister, and Curry Life Magazine in association with the ITC Windsor Manor clubbed the launch and evening to celebrate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare. The students from Christ University recited two plays excerpts of Romeo and Juliet and Taming of the Shrew. To those invited we had a treat to the Taste of Britain Curry Festival launch dinner, held at the Pool Side post the play.
Here are some of the images, in order of the event.
First stop the Press Conference
After all the clicks, and some tête–à–tête with the Chef’s, it was time for High Tea
Post the small bites, which turned out to be way to many for me, it was time for the launch of the festival, with British Deputy High Commissioner, His Excellency Dominic McAllister, and Curry Life Magazine Director Mr Pasha and the Chef’s @ ITC Windsor Manor, as seen here on stage.
This was followed by two Shakespeare play’s, Sorry I was too busy watching the show and didn’t get any good pictures to share, except just the one. All the recital by the kids had be famished and we then headed to have a banquet dinner by the pool side, and as you can see there was a huge selection to cater, us food lovers, along with enough Champagne to keep us in high spirits.
The guests got to savour the main dishes of the night, the highlights being the British Chicken Tikka Masala and Balti Curry. I personally loved the texture and the flavour of both the dishes, and had tried every dish there was.
And last but not least what I wore to the event! A selfie pose a must 😛
‘Taste of Britain Curry Festival’ is on from 19th July to 24th July 2016
Leave your comments below if you have tried any of the dishes above, and what is your all-time favourite! I hope you enjoyed reading and my pictures (clicked on my Nikon D3200).
About ITC Windsor, Bengaluru – is a luxury hotel in Bengaluru, merges an old world ambience with international service to create a hotel experience that goes beyond expectation. This has to be Bengaluru’s finest when it comes to fine dining experience. ITC Windsor presents an eclectic choice for Indian and international diners. Combined with its ambience of elegant luxury, warm hospitality and superlative accommodation options, ITC Windsor offers the finest in 5-star business hospitality in Bengaluru. Connect with ITC Windsor
About Curry Life Magazine, UK – The Curry Life Magazine is acknowledged as the voice of the Curry Industry in Great Britain. It reaches to over 10 thousand restaurants in the UK alone, with an estimated readership of over 100,000. We also have presence in continental Europe, Middle East and South Asia. The Curry Life is a bi-monthly magazine and it is distributed free to curry restaurants in Britain and it is also available in some specialist newsagents and selective Asian supermarkets. To know more click here
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**Disclaimer: Even thou the invite was complimentary, all views expressed are my own.