If you are a food lover and a connoisseur of alcohol, have you wondered what it would be like to combine the two? Your curiosity’s answer is the ‘Drunken Meats and Seafood’ fest from the 21st to 31st October at the Le Dupleix Pondicherry.
Known for its fantastic European and Creole Cuisine, Le Dupleix along with Chef Satish has created this exciting food festival with tantalizing flavors.
The new Al a Carte menu at Le Dupleix, Pondicherry will bring in some great flavors of European and Indian delicacies to the city by laying out a spread of meats and seafood that have been marinated and cooked in beer, wine and spirits.
The options are in plenty and meat lovers can start Drunken Chicken with lemon soaked in Tequila or choose the Tenderloin Steak that has been soaked in red wine on beer. With the Vermouth infused tiger prawns and the Pan fried snapper with white wine caper cream, seafood lovers will be in food heaven. The best of the lot is India’s favorite ‘Beer’-yani. As the name suggests, the aromatic rice is cooked with chicken or seafood that has been soaked in beer overnight and presented in the best way possible. Don’t just stop there; one must definitely keep some space for the beer or red wine ice cream and some top of the league champagne sorbet.
Chef Sathish Rajasekaran, the man behind these unique creations, comes with a culinary experience of 13 years in creating wonders with seafood and meat. He personally visits the Pondicherry harbor to buy the stocks. He says, “We have tried to include the commonly eaten meats in our festival, with a twist that will surprise the customers palette. We marinate our meats for at least overnight before we cook it”
Enjoy these intoxicating flavours for lunch and dinner from 21st October 2016 till the 31st October 2016 only at the Le Dupleix, Pondicherry. For further details and reservations contact: 0413 2226003.
About Le Dupleix
Le Dupleix, Pondicherry’s best known luxury heritage property, situated in the heart of the old “Ville Blanche” (white town) of French Pondicherry, at 5 Rue de la Caserne, is one of India’s most striking designer hotels. Constructed in the 18th century as the residence of the Mayor of Pondicherry, the building stands white and majestic on an important corner of the French town. It is located just a few blocks from the shimmering waters of Bay of Bengal and Pondicherry’s famous leafy park. The central shopping district is just around the corner, too, as are a number of restaurants and coffee shops.