The IBIS Hotel is renowned for its dedication to providing culinary experiences. IBIS Hotel conducted a Rajasthani Food Festival on 8th September at SpiceIt Restaurant. By taking visitors on a gourmet tour of the vibrant flavors of the area, this event highlighted the rich culinary legacy of Rajasthan. The festival was graced by the presence of numerous prominent personalities, intensifying the excitement of the occasion. Notable figures such as Mr. Debashis Sen-Chief Advisor, Newtown Sarbojanin, MD Hidco, Chairman, NKDA/NDITA; Smt. Urmila Sen, Professor & President, NewTown Sarbojanin, Actress Payel Mukherjee and Sudarshan Chakraborty- celebrity dancer added a touch of star power to the event.
Chef Amit Negi, a proud Jaipur resident and valued member of the IBIS Jaipur team, took center stage during the festival. His culinary prowess shone as he skillfully prepared each dish, reflecting his deep passion for Rajasthani cuisine. Through his creations, diners were treated to a gastronomic journey through Rajasthan’s regal flavors. Chef Negi’s dedication and expertise were evident in every bite, showcasing the rich heritage of the region’s cuisine. His culinary artistry added a special touch to the Rajasthani Food Festival at the IBIS Hotel, making it an unforgettable experience for all who attended.
The Rajasthani Food Festival will start from 16th September at 12:30 to 3:00 pm. The Rajasthani menu offers a diverse selection of dishes from various regions of Rajasthan which was presented in the food festival of IBIS Hotel. Some of the standout items on the menu include Bajreka Raab, Gobi Ka Arka, Mooli kichuri, Anarkali Salad, Jodhpuri Murgh Tikka, Harre Masala wali Macchi, Maewari Gatta Pulao, Sekhawati Malai Biryani, Dal Bati Churma, Rajasthani Kadhi, Papad, Mangodiki Sabzi, Gatta Curry, Petod Ki Sabzi, Mewari Paneer, Ker Sangri, Bikaneri Khichdi, Laal Mass, Mohan Mass, Mirchi Bada, Bajareki Roti, Missi Roti, Payaz Ki kachori, Mirchi Ke Tapore, Moong dal Halwa, Ghevar, Balushahi, Churma Laddo, Imriti, Mawa kachori, Gujia, and Jhariya. This culinary array promises a delightful journey through Rajasthan’s rich and diverse flavors.
Addressing the media, Mr.Amit Negi, chef at IBIS Jaipur, said, “Rajasthani cuisine is a splendid celebration of colors, spices, and time-honored traditions. At IBIS, our mission is to encapsulate the very essence of Rajasthan’s opulent culinary heritage. We are elated to introduce the vibrant and enchanting flavors of Rajasthan to the heart of Kolkata. Our culinary team is dedicated to delivering an authentic Rajasthani experience where each dish is a masterpiece, reflecting the heritage and gastronomic diversity of this royal land. Through our Rajasthani Food Festival, we invite guests to embark on a sensory journey, savoring the vivid tapestry of tastes and aromas that define this remarkable cuisine”.
Addressing the media, Ms. Amita Mishra, General Manager of IBIS Hotel, quoted, “After the resounding success of our Rajasthani food festival, I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to our incredible team at IBIS Hotel, our dedicated chefs, and most importantly, our cherished guests. Your enthusiastic participation and appreciation have made this event truly memorable. We’re thrilled to have taken you on a culinary journey through Rajasthan, and we can’t wait to continue delighting your taste buds with more extraordinary experiences in the future. Thank you for making this festival a grand success.”
It was a great success for guests to enjoy Rajasthani cuisine and learn about the state’s rich cultural legacy thanks to the Rajasthani Food Festival at the IBIS Hotel. The hotel is excited to organize more similar occasions in the future as part of its commitment to providing its guests with top-notch dining experiences.