Dine the Royal Way at K3

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If you get a chance to experience and explore the regal delicacies of the best of the Indian cuisines, you would sure not mind it. Seems like the fine dine world of the beautiful JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity understands your cravings, and has teamed up with the 3rd generation cools from the Royal kitchens of Nawabs of Rampur. We got the glimpse of it during the preview recently, take a look…

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Flavours from the Royals of Rampur Kitchens at K3, JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity

The evening was buzzing with the royal flavours at the happening all-day dining K3 at this luxury hotel in the capital city. The royal cuisine festival was for a limited period (is ending on 26th March) but the otherwise aromatic kitchen here got to witness some exotic spices, cooking styles with hte 3rd generation cooks of the Nawabs of Rampur. The cuisine of this region has been the talk of the town for quite some time and many other hospitality chains across India has been experimenting with the flavours and off-beat dishes time and again.

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We liked the way K3 offered the delicacies here. Be it subz shorba, mewa mawa shami kebab (they were lip-smacking and too good), kethal korma, tar qorma, khameeri kulcha, or the special Rampuri haradhaniya tandoori roti, each dish and variety was full on rustic spices and heavy royal flavours and gravy. The cooks could be seen on their toes throughout the evening with each one of us asking for the repeats of starters to main course. The pairing with the drinks like The Royal Lagoon, Achartini, or even Rampur Punch was a nailer to each course. We loved the cocktail of classic spirits with the desi pickles and so on…

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Any Indian cuisine is incomplete till you don’t have that fulfilling dessert. And, here we had this awesome Gulati that is similar to Kheer but in a more condensed form. We missed trying out “Mirchi Ka Halwa” though, which was there on the menu and we are sure a lot of you out there must have tried during your visit to the hotel for this special festival.

Fact File:

This cuisine is characterized by the use of dry spices and the use of khada masala, which give the dishes its unique flavour. Additional, the cooks from this region also make liberal use of ingredients like lotus stem, pineapple khus roots, jackfruit, figs in their dishes.

Price: Lunch: (INR 2550++),Dinner (INR 3350++)