Kathmandu, November 11 : As the weather begins to drop and the chills kick in, Aloft Kathmandu Thamel, managed by Shanti Hospitality Management Services, is all set to “warm your senses” with the “Flavours of Kashmir” this November with a bespoke menu prepared for the Kathmandu winter by Indian Chef Sanjay Raina, the “undisputed” Ambassador to Kashmiri Cuisine around the world.
The ‘Flavours of Kashmir’ festival will be inaugurated by H.E Manjeev Singh Puri, the Ambassador of India to Nepal, along with the DCM & senior members of the Indian Embassy, at an exclusive reception dinner for Kathmandu’s diplomatic and business community, states a press release issued by the company. “Following his inauguration, esteemed guests will be able to immerse themselves in Kashmir’s rich heritage with a cultural performance by the Indian Embassy’s Swami Vivekanand Cultural Center.”
‘Flavours of Kashmir’ will be a showcase of Kashmiri cuisine, with each of the dishes being curated from Chef Raina’s extensive menu of authentic offerings handpicked to offer the comfort of some old favorites and the excitement of some new. All menu items will be laboriously and carefully prepared by Chef Sanjay Raina and Aloft Kathmandu Thamel’s Executive Chef Shailendra Singh, and their respective teams, according to the release.
Speaking of this exclusive food experience, General Manager of Aloft Kathmandu Thamel, Vikram Singh shared his excitement in bringing the authentic flavors of Kashmir to Nepal. “Chef Raina is known for developing menus with an unrivaled commitment to detail that have resulted in unforgettable dining experiences for high-end state dinners and food festivals across the world.”
Including delicious vegetarian starters, divine main courses, and delectable desserts, the ‘Flavours of Kashmir’ food festival will be running in the hotel from November 12 to 24.