Seasonal Tastes – All You Can Eat “Flavours Of India” Buffet At The Westin Singapore
If you are a fan of Indian cuisine, it is time to experience a myriad of vivid flavours at the All-You-Can-Eat “Flavours of India” Buffet at Seasonal Tastes, The Westin Singapore.
(You MUST check out this video.)
This special is conceptualised by Chef Sadab Qureshi from The Westin Pune, Koregaon Park. He will present some of his signature North Indian dishes with colourful aromas and textures.
Don’t wait too long, as this offer is valid for 12 nights only from 5 – 16 June 2016, 6pm – 10pm.
These are some of the favourites you can expect at “Flavours Of India”:
The table’s favourite. Stuffed mushroom with cheese.
Bharwan Tandoori Aloo
A vegetarian starter. These are barrel shaped potatoes filled with tandoori paste, marinated in yogurt masala.
‘Koliwada’ refers to the fishermen’s colony. These are lip-smacking appetizers of fresh fish pieces dipped in a spicy batter then deep fried.
Bhatti da Murgh
Rustic yet tender chicken kebabs marinated in fine spices, then cooked with that unique smoky flavour.
A mutton meat stew that has a robust-tasting curry base. (Handi is a deep and narrow-mouthed cooking utensil.)
Murgh Badami Korma
Kormas are popular family dishes from North Indian, and this chicken dish cooked with almond paste, cream and other spices dum-style is medium-hot, tastes best dipped with some freshly-made naans.
Murg Dum Biryani (with Burani Raita)
Aromatic, bold, sumptuous biryani. There were chunky chickens cooked with basmati rice and saffron, and what I liked were the fried shallots which gave that added flavour and texture.
Paneer Do Pyaza
A vegetarian dish, and easily of my favourites. The paneer contains lightly fried cottage cheese cubes, cooked in luscious, creamy onion based gravy.
This is a traditional rice custard dessert cooked with milk, and Chef Sadab Qureshi’s version is set in an orange skin which gave it an additional tangy, fruity touch.
Like an Indian bread pudding. This is a famous Hyderabadi dessert, added with condensed milk to give it a rich and creamy texture. Sweet, but not as sweet as I originally imagined to be.
Other than those listed above, you can expect Welcome Drink of Masala Chaas, Tomato Dhaniya Shorba Soup, and other favourites such as Subz Ashiyana, Subz Pulao, Dal Makhni, Jeera Pulao and a selection of Indian Breads.
There are specials of Jhinga Dum Nisha and Nilofer Pomfret on Friday night and Raan-e-Awadhi on Saturday night.
To be honest, I am not that familiar with Indian cuisine, but I really enjoyed most of the dishes presented – mostly rich, robust, flavourful with a good variety. My dining partnership who is quite into Indian food remarked, ”It’s very authentic!”
Flavours of India Pricing
Monday to Tuesday:
$52++ per adult, $26++ per child
Wednesday to Sunday:
$68++ per adult, $34++ per child
* This entry is brought to you in partnership with The Westin Singapore
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