NITN | @notintownlive | 23 Jul 2022, 07:26 am
Mahabaleshwar (Maharashtra)/IBNS: Courtyard by Marriott Mahabaleshwar is offering an elaborate Maharashtrian Thali at its all-day dining restaurant – The Berry Library.
The Maharashtrian Thali presented by the restaurant includes dishes from Konkan, Kolhapur and Malvan, with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.
Highlights of the Thali include Bharli Vangi, Pitla, Mutton Sukka, Batata Chi Bhaji, Kombdi Cha Rassa, Indrani Bhaat.
Part of their effort to promote cultural authenticity and support local talent, they asked Chanda Rajendra Shelar, a local resident from Mahabaleshwar who has been employed with the hotel’s culinary team since its opening in October 2021, to curate the menu.
The Maharashtrian Thali is available for lunch and dinner (prior booking mandatory); the vegetarian option is pegged at Rs 899 + tax per head while the non-vegetarian is pegged at Rs 999 + tax.
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