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Experience the Royal Cuisine of Rajasthan at FAIRFIELD.

One of the things that excite us about Fairfield by Marriott is their food festivals! It’s celebrating “Padharo Maro Des”, a Marwari Food Festival covering all the popular dishes and desserts of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan being the largest state in India, is known for its traditions, majestic forts, royal sense of clothing and the Thar. It is no less when it comes to food. Rajasthani cuisine has an array of delightful recipes which is a blend of spices and sweet. Ghee, Besan, Bhajra, Wheat, Milk, and spices are few of the main ingredients.

Chef Bhuralal Prajapathi is the man behind this festival, who flew from Pune to put up this fantastic show. He spoke about the dishes through the course of the meal.
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The ambiance has vibrant shades, decorated with umbrellas, colorful Holi , Matkas, wall hangings and tiny toys. A Potter at the entrance who makes Matkas added up to the lively atmosphere.
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The dinner was arranged on the ground with lay back cushions, leaf spread on the miniature silver table, decorated with rose petals. The staff in the traditional attire and Marwari songs in the background made it more appealing.
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On the menu,

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Gulabi Sherbet, an appetizer. Though the drink was light, yet strong of rose essence. Mirchi Bhajiya, spicy green chilli’s filled with aloo, was perfectly fried and had the right amount of crispness. It was served with Lasoon Chutney.

Dal Baati Churma is something we’d love to eat over and over! Fresh Baati’s deep fried in ghee, mixed with dal and topped with Churma which gave spice-sweet hints!

Bajre ki Khichdi is one of those dishes prepared with least number ingredients but has great flavors. A divine dish by itself 🙂 Gatte ka Pulao got us thinking if it was sausages but it’s besan blent with rice! Sangri ke Sabji is made up of two special types of beans which are available only in Rajasthan. It went well with the pulao and khichdi.

Lal Maas, something straight out from meat heaven! Tender meat cooked perfectly with spices, exude great flavors.
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Malai Ghevar is a dessert where only a handful of people pull it off. Aromas of ghee and Rabdi leaves anyone speechless! Jalebi with Rabdi, Mini and sugary, topped with Rabdi left us mouthwatering. MoongDal Halwa one of the richest dessert. A person with the sweet tooth would love it for sure.

There’s also a live chaat counter which has many Rajasthani chaats to savor from!
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Overall we had a royal experience at Kava, Fairfield by Marriott. Scrumptious food, good hospitality, and innovative decor sums up the food festival. Three cheers to the entire team and to the happy helpers who served us 🙂


Sagar Hotel

This is one of the restaurants that’s been serving North Indian cuisine from decades. It is located in the lane just opposite to KLE College. So, it acts as students adda 😛 and also caters to everyone else. It is well known for Vada Pav, Dhabeli, Fafda and mini Jalebis.

Well, I have been visiting this restaurant from 8 years and the experience gets better every time. These are my all time favorite recipes here;

VadaPav – Veg Vada sandwiched between tava fried pav served with fried green chillies. Authentic taste,and a must try dish.

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Dhabeli – Spicy & tasty paste mixed with peanuts, raisins and few other dry fruits filled in between tava fried pav and topped with sev. Spicy food lovers must try this and I think this is the only hotel which serves dhabeli in the locality.

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Fafda – A soft, mouth rendering  papad amazingly done and served with chillies, carrot & radish salad.

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Mini Jalebis – You get to try Crispy, tasty and sweet miniature jalebis. Leaves you speechless. And one plate of this just fills up your tummy.

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Paneer Tava Pulao , Special Mango milkshake, Banana Milkshake are few other amazing dishes I would suggest one to try during your visit.

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It is so amazing to see how the dishes are prepared, especially the making of fafda. Staff and management are friendly in approach.Weekday or a weekend it pulls in same crowd. Pocket friendly prices. Parking is a little problem here.

Recommended 🙂

Address – Opposite KLE College, Near Navrang Theatre, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru

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