Most cherished barbeques from India’s oldest gateway
Most Cherished Barbeques From India’s Oldest Gateway. Explore the taste of India\'s oldest gateway that spans 2500 kilometres, from Kabul to Chittagong, at the nearest outlet of Barbeque Nation.
Explore the taste of India's oldest gateway that spans 2500 kilometres, from Kabul to Chittagong, at the nearest outlet of Barbeque Nation.
Barbeque Nation celebrates the various cuisines that served the travelers of the ancient times. Beginning at Kabul with the famous Chapli Kebab and continues to Chittagong with the delicious Kasundi Chingri. There’s a lot more on offer such as Awadh’s Tala Ghosht, Calcutta’s Chingri Malai Curry and of course, a lifetime of an experience that transcends time.
The Grand Trunk Road Food Festival at Barbeque Nation offers a variety of the most cherished barbeques from India’s oldest gateway to the world. The menu is designed to be as diverse as the cities through which the Grand Trunk Road passes. From Peshawar’s barbequed temptations to the closely-guarded secrets of the imperial dastarkhans of Delhi and Agra; the event is a journey back in time.
The menu has 40 plus items includes Mushidabadi Biryani, Nayab Murg Masala, Ghosht Jahangiri Korma, Chingri Malai Curry, Mahi Anarkali, Chole Masala, Korma Bharwa, Lazeez Subz Saag, Jhinga Posto, Shahi Paneer, Veg Afghani Pulau, Dal Khyber, Subzi ka Garam Ras, Ganne ke Ras ki Kheer, etc.The festival is on till August 17 at the Barbeque Nation outlets in Hyderabad.