Then head on over to Century Park Hotel's Café in the Park for its ongoing Indian Food Festival! According to CPH Gen. Manager Philippe Bartholomi, the food fest is in conjunction w/ Philippine Airlines' recent launch of its flights to New Delhi. And as such, the hotel managed to bring in chefs from the Taj Hotel in India.
I was just there on Tue., Sept. 20, and I must say, I didn't really know where to begin! The food was laid out so colorful and pretty, all tempting to be tried. Of course, the chefs did ease up on the spiciness of the dishes, as they know we Pinoys aren't so used to their brand of anghang. So the dishes I took a particular liking to, just packed the right punch, and allowed the other flavors of the dish to ease through.
And the lovely desserts:
Makai Ki Keer-sweet corn pudding. It tasted like creamy ginataang mais w/o the rice. Yum.
Lunch buffet at the Indian food fest is only P1,215 net (of course there are other non-Indian dishes too if you like). The festival runs until this Saturday, Sept. 24, only. So hurry and get your jai ho fix ASAP.