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Jamva Chaloji - Parsi cuisine at Movenpick



I was invited to explore Parsi cuisine at Movenpick Hotel and Spa, Bangalore. As I had never tried Parsi food before, this invite sparked my interest immediately. Here's a photo tour...


MyPlace restaurant at Movenpick Hotel and Spa is known for their lavish buffet. I decided to focus only on the Parsi dishes interspersed in between many other delectable dishes... 


Mahi Fish Sheekh Kabab and Chicken grill starters were tender and had interesting flavors. I finished my portion in no time... 



Gaam no Patio was a fish preparation. Although I liked the sauce, I would have liked it more if the flavors were not so mild...


I was told that Ginger Ale was the preferred drink to go with Parsi cuisine. I think it paired well with the mildly spiced food...


Chana ni dar is a chick pea dish which tasted good...


Jerdalu ma marghi - Chicken with apricots and shallots. I could feel the beautiful blend of spices it had...


Tandoori rotis...


Papeta ne Sekhta hi seenah - Potato and drumstick masala tasted like the common homemade Indian curry...


Browne Rice - Parsi pulao. This fried rice was quite good...


Dahi no gos - Lamb curry with yoghurt remains my favorite... 



The meat pieces were soft but still with a little chew in them that made it just perfect with the Browne rice. The lamb totally stole the show...



For dessert, I had Parsi Custard Pudding which was creamy with light sugary and caramel feel. It was a well-executed dish...


There were a variety of desserts which would really excite the young ones...


A little co-diner tasting the dessert...


Expression says it all...


35 comments:

  1. I'm an old one and those sweets look awesome to me :) What a great post and your photos make my mouth water The food looks delicious :)

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  2. The deserts look delectable...and the fried rice looks delicious.

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  3. I can only imagine how flavorful these dishes are!

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  4. The food looks absolutely yummy. My husband and I love spicy food. And the pictures are beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Stopping by from Little Thing Thursday.

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  5. The Food Looks Absolutely Delicious .,Thank you for this Blog.

    Amit lamba
    Amit

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  6. Got me so hungry now :) Thanks for linking up with Friday My Town Shoot Out!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  7. I am not a big fish person, but everything really looks tasty.

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  8. The food looks amazing as always - that chicken with apricots and shallots looks DIVINE - but the photos of the little girl at the end steal the show! What a moment to capture!

    Thank you for joining us for Photo Friday again this week!

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  9. The food looks so tasty, I would go for the lamb. It all looks delicious. The girl tasting the dessert is so cute!

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  10. That little girl looks so blissful! I get that way, sometime, with dessert... or a really good wine. Your photos are great. I'd go for the lamb but, as always, you are so noble & sample everything.

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  11. That little girl looks so blissful! I get that way, sometime, with dessert... or a really good wine. Your photos are great. I'd go for the lamb but, as always, you are so noble & sample everything.

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  12. I must say what a awesome clicks.. Makes me hungry :)

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  13. What a tremendous meal. The lamb looks amazing. And the sweet girl looks very happy. That's me with dessert, too.
    Happy Sunday!
    :-)
    Traci

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  14. Looks delicious. I like mild tasting food -well...I don't like hot and spicy food, so mild in that way, but still flavorful. I love the ice cream expression. I feel the same way about dessert.

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  15. Apparently the dessert was passable! (A visit to my blog and a comment from you would be appreciated. Thank you.)

    Tangled in the Shade

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  16. Love that last photo, sums up how I feel looking at all that delicious food! I love chick peas and the lamb dish looks so good!

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  17. Great photos once again!
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  18. The food photos look great, making me hungry!!
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  19. I'm not one to try new foods but these look awesome....especially the sweets...:)

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  20. Everything looks so interesting. Fun experience for sure! the little ones face is just darling! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  21. Great captures. The last one is a winner.

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  22. Great captures. The last one is a winner.

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  23. Great captures. The last one is a winner.

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  24. You never fail to get my taste buds going haha!

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  25. The food looks superb!! Must have been really dellish.

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  26. That last photo really says it all. What a great capture. Priceless expression of satisfaction.

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  27. The food looks so amazing and you made them look more enticing with your photography =)

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  28. I dont know what Parsi cuisine is but the dishes you tried look just yummy. It looks eveyrone enjoyed themselves

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  29. Another deliciously inviting culinary tour! Thanks for adding this to the #OMHGWW linky party!!

    Shellie @ShellieBowdoin

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  30. Looks like yummy food and cute shots of your "co-diner"! :) Thanks for linking on Amanda's Books and More!

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  31. Great post Shiju... The little girls pic is clicked very well. I wanna frame it ;)

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  32. Oh my word that looks soooooo good!!!

    Hope you'll stop by! :)
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  33. Humm all looks delicious ,greeting from Belgium

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  34. Isn't it fun trying new dishes? The Parsi Custard Pudding looks so good- it must be what your adorable co-diner was having! Thank you for sharing your dining experiences with us at Treasure Box Tuesday!

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