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The limited-edition thali is available from October 7 to 15
5 October 2021, Dubai – In celebration of the Indian festival of Navaratri, The Yellow Chilli by Sanjeev Kapoor is serving a traditional thali for AED 49.
Featuring 10 mini dishes on a platter, the thali includes plantain kebabs (kache kele ke kebab) and tapioca pearl tikkis (sabudana tikkis) to start.
Followed by a hearty main course of paneer with cashews and tomato gravy (paneer kaju-tamater), potato gravy (aloo tamater ke sabji), a savoury take on custard apple (sitaphal ki sabji), a special potato dish (vrat wale aloo), buckwheat bread (kutti ki poori), and creamy beetroot raita.
And for dessert, guests enjoy a milky foxnut dish (makhane ki kheer).
Navaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated over a period of nine nights. It’s celebrated across India and is a time when family and friends feast together.
The Yellow Chilli’s Navaratri thali is available for dine-in at its branches in JLT & Burjuman in Dubai and Al Qasba in Sharjah. Table bookings: 056 551 1798.
About The Yellow Chilli: The Yellow Chilli is a North-West Indian restaurant with multiple branches in the UAE. Curating a decadent selection of the finest dishes from India’s North-West frontier, its most fertile state, Punjab, and the Mughal Era; The Yellow Chilli puts a modern spin on historic Indian flavours. With celebrity Indian chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s stamp of authority, The Yellow Chilli’s menu features signature dishes inspired by modern trends and timeless recipes. The Yellow Chilli has branches in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah.
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