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Avanti Palace’s Biryani Festival, a culinary delight
September 29, 2013, 4:38 pm
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Avanti Palace restaurant always goes out to introduce extra dimensions to its variety of fine cuisine. The launch of the restaurant’s Biryani festival on September 1 garnered appreciation and enthusiasm from patrons and aficionados of Indian cuisine. The festival features only the freshest ingredients in an assortment of delicious Biryani based dishes, carefully prepared to reflect the traditional cooking style of Indian chefs.

If your mouth waters for the succulence of mutton and the tangy taste of spices cooked in flavorful rice, then Avanti’s Fresh Mutton Hyderabadi Dum Biryani is a sheer pleasure.

As is the Avanti restaurant’s Chicken Dum Biryani, a delicious creation of greatly roasted chicken, savory rice and a heady mixture of spices mixed in a Dum and cooked over a slow fire. The true mark of quality is found in every delicious bite of their very best biryani and accompaniments. Alongside the biryani, guests can relish the wonderfully-tasting gravy and mixed raita that is made to perfection.  

Dinning at Avanti Palace restaurant is a luxury for the taste buds and senses. Lavish décor that includes beautiful plants and sculptures, grand ornaments and the ambience only an exclusive restaurant can provide, truly enjoy your food in style.

As you satisfy yourself with the Biryani feast, take a trip around the world with the next decision of what to order. Avanti Palace offers variety in its menu selection, cuisines of Chinese, continental and Arab origin. If you would prefer to match your meat with vegetable, try the array of delectable vegetarian dishes like the Makkai Ka Masala, spicy and sharp Baby Corn with rotis that adds just the right amount of fire to your meal. For desert, pick the sugary Gulab Jamun to complete the feeling of dining in royalty.

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