The Non-vegetarian Bengali Thali will include: - Kolkata-Style Moong Dal Cooked in Kolkata street style with egg whisked into the dal as a final touch - Bekti in Coconut and Kashundi Fish cooked in a coconut milk and kashundi mustard stew - Raw Mango Chicken Chef Megha’s home recipe of succulent chicken cooked with raw mango and spices - Railway Mutton Curry Anglo-Indian style spicy mutton curry with turmeric potatoes - Jhinga Fry - Buttered Govindobhog Rice - Stuffed Lucchi Fried bread stuffed with Urad dal - Home-Style Tomato Chutney - Burnt Green Chili and Onion Chutney - Pappad - Nolen Gur Cheesecake with Tender coconut ice cream, palm jaggery The Thali Tradition by DSSC is India's first celebration of The Thali, the Original Chef's Tasting. This 3-day celebration (5-7 Oct), set across some of the best restaurants in New Delhi, will showcase the depth and richness of regional Indian cuisine. Following its signature Secret Supper, DSSC aims for people to come in as strangers and leave as friends. With that in mind, you will be seated at a communal table with other DSSC diners, to enjoy a unique & authentic thali.
Lavaash By Saby
The Thali Tradition has been curated by DSSC, India’s leading curator of immersive experiences. DSSC has partnered with Lavaash by Saby that translates the story of Armenians in West Bengal in a culinary way. Lavaash by Saby will serve special thalis inspired by flavours of West Bengal. This page is to book the non-vegetarian thali. Book the vegetarian thali here: https://www.airbnb.co.in/experiences/373370 For the first edition of The Thali Tradition, DSSC has partnered with 6 other restaurants including Chor Bizarre, Jamun, Mahabelly, Mood, Rustom’s, and The Potbelly Rooftop Cafe.
One non vegetarian thali Inspired by Bengali flavors, with one refill.
2 Beers and 1 Juice Beers by Thirsty Juice by Good Juicery
Lavaash by Saby is an effort to tell a story as beautiful and age-old as Armenia, rather Armenians in West Bengal. It is the fruit of a lost nostalgic past.
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V & NV thalis served on the same table Let your server know of any food allergies Experience starts & ends at allotted time Takeaways not allowed Rights of admission reserved Restaurant’s rules apply
The Thali Tradition: Bengali Edit (NV)