HOLI CELEBRATIONS

10th March | Canterbury

  • The festival of colours is a foodies dream come true.

  • £35.99 per person 

  • Traditional holi feast

  • Henna artist

  • Live music

Holi is an ancient Indian spring festival celebrated in Indian and other parts of Asia, also known as the festival of colours. It signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring and is also celebrated as a thanks giving for a good harvest.

The festival of colours is a foodies dream come true.

Our chefs will take you on a journey to their childhood in India by recreating some traditional Holi dishes.

To mark the occasion, we have organised Johnathan Mayer to play traditional Indian music on the sitar. Johnathan is one of the most well-known Sitarist in the UK and has collaborated with the likes of Sir Paul McCartney & the BBC Concert Orchestra.

 

HOLI TASTING MENU

WILD MUSHROOM AND ASPARAGUS SAVOURY GUJIYAS, WATER MELON, INDIAN RUM AND ROSE PETAL THANDAI.

Gujiyas are fried dough pockets that are filled with sweet or savoury fillings. These little dumplings look like mini Cornish pasties.  Thandai is an Indian cold beverage prepared extensively during Holi.



MUMBAI MASALA PAPDI

Street Food dish with chickpea flour crispies, wheat crisps, fresh herbs and chutneys, spicy pea broth.



DAHI VADA, FRESH CORIANDER AND SHREDDED COCONUT

Dahi vada are yogurt and lentil dumplings.



PRAWN PAKORAS, ASSORTED CHUTNEYS.

These are delicious fried fritters are made with a light chickpea batter.



SLOW COOKED LEG OF KENTISH VENISON

Saffron rice, seasonal vegetables and chetinad style sauce


TRADITIONAL HOLI DESSERT PLATTER

Payasum, Mysore Pak, seasonal fruits with fresh cream

 

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