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This October, Celebrate All Things Curry At The International Curry Week With Bira 91
Foodies and beer lovers, if you are constantly looking for a new place to eat at while also sipping on your favourite beer, we found you an ideal deal that you’ll love. Bira 91 is celebrating International Curry Week from October 12 to October 28, where you can indulge in a delicious three-course meal along with a chilled pint of Bira 91, (white, blonde or IPA) starting INR 499, at some of Delhi’s elite and hip restos. If you still don’t think this is awesome, here are a couple of restos that’ll be part of this crazy curry festival!
Located in the plush Greater Kailash is this Insta-worthy casual dining bar that dishes out some amazing Pan-Asian and Oriental culinary delights. Embark on a food journey with its special cuisine that consists of a number of rich and lip-smacking curries such as the Shibuya chicken katsu curry, gyudon lamb bowl as well as vegetarian fares such as tofu laksa, vegetarian rajsukaree and many more. If you want to experiment further, try their pork as well as Cantonese curries. For a change, you can let go of the traditional breads and rice and instead try coupling them with edamame dumplings and sushi.
When in Saket, try the aromatic Southern fare at Mahabelly. Rich and delicious curries are something that the place is known for. If you think South Indian curries are only about coconut milk, coconut and curry leaves, think again. Popular for its sweet-savoury prawn mango curry, mushroom mapas and pachamanga curry, Mahabelly makes sure their food satisfies in terms of quality and taste. Did we forget to mention how a chilled pint of Bira 91 beer to make your meal a whole lot better?
From tacos to avial, appam to sea-food, sounds way too creative? Coast cafe, a quaint eatery with a Pinterest-worthy decor in Hauz Khas Village is also a one-stop destination for curries! Yes, you heard it right. Try out the specialities that include garam chicken curry with roti, mutton chop chuka and the authentic laidback fish curry. If you are a vegetarian, you have a reason to rejoice as well. With a huge spread of moilee veg curries and rice, you are sure to have great culinary memories. Their veg rainy day stew, malabari kokum mix curry and coast special veg moilee is something to drool upon.