What’s up | September 2017

New menu launch at Latitude, Vivanta, Taj – Panaji

One of the best all-day dining restaurants in Goa, Latitude at Vivanta by Taj – Panaji presents its revamped menu with old favourites and new twists. The menu features a fusion of cuisines inspired by regions from across the world and features a blend of delectable flavours and the freshest ingredients, skillfully prepared by our experienced Master Chefs.

Set within the atrium, the restaurant is stylishly designed to let the food take centre stage and where guests can watch the chefs perform their magic to stir up an enticing meal. Along with the revised ‘Breakfast Menu’, diners can feast on a selection of delicacies and desserts from the ‘All Day Dining Menu’.

Kick start your mornings with sumptuous breakfast options from a variety of popular Indian breakfast favourites to eggs prepared in different culinary styles. Take your pick from an assortment of international breakfast choices including the Fruit Smoothies, Crispy Waffles, Belgian Pancakes, French Toast, Cold Cuts and a Platter of Cheese. For those who want a taste of the Asian breakfast, try out the Congee, the Chinese Rice Porridge served with your choice of pork, fish and chicken


Culinary Journey of India at Goa Marriott

This monsoon, the Waterfront Terrace and Bar, an all-day dining multi-cuisine restaurant at the Goa Marriott Resort showcased a plethora of flavours from all round the Indian subcontinent.

The festival offered ten days of sumptuous buffets, thrilling live stations and three resplendent brunches.

The buffet comprised of appetisers such as the Prawn Koliwada from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu’s Kottu Parotta, Hyderabad’s Charminar Patti Samosa etc. Moving onto the mains on the buffet, Marriott incorporated the true essence of one nation under one roof with its choice of the Punjabi, Ambarsari Tawa Macchi, Rajma Rasila, Chicken Cafreal from Goa, among others. A vast range of desserts to satisfy one’s sweet tooth was also showcased at the festival which included the Kesari Phirni, Ghevar, and Goa’s Seradura. All in all, this festival really was a whirlwind of everything Indian and its culinary journey

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