13-11-2020 by redazione
An Indian dinner to celebrate one of the most important Hindu festivities that also on the coast of Kenya is very heartfelt. This is what the Restaurant L'Onda del Diamonds Dream Of Africa in Malindi proposes for the evening of Saturday 14th November.
The Diwali, also called "Festival of lights", this year is celebrated on November 14th . It symbolizes the victory of good over evil: the atmosphere of the Indian dinners of Diwali is very fascinating, during the festival it is used to light some lights (candles or traditional lamps called diya). At the Wave, Indian gastronomy will also enchant the diners. They start with a melon mojito and then taste a series of tasty appetizers: vegetable samosa, kebab "hara bhara", paneer (typical Indian cheese) and potatoes "pakora", fried with special spices, chicken and fish "tikka".
After a special soup with apples and carrots, here are the main courses, which are delicacies that those who frequent Indian cuisine know well: Dahi Aloo, Tawa Mushrooms, Dal Fry, achari gosht with curry, butter chicken masala and tandoori prawns.
All accompanied by Jeera rice and the famous Indian bread, nan and pure, with countless dips (chutney and pickle).
The evening ends with typical desserts and the inevitable masala tea.
All in Kes. 2500 excluding drinks.
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