Anniversary celebration at bonSouth with ‘The Masala Times of Chettinad’ 1st Anniversary bash from 11th June to 22nd June 2014 everyday in the evening

 

Anniversary celebration at bonSouth with ‘The Masala Times of Chettinad’

1st Anniversary bash from 11th June to 22nd June 2014 everyday in the evening

 

Bangalore, 11th – 22nd June, 2014: bonSouth, the non-vegetarian South Indian fine dining restaurant at Kormangala celebrates its 1st year Anniversary in full swing with “The Masala Times Of Chettinad”. Celebrating the cuisine of the community of Chettiars of Tamil Nadu, the anniversary celebration will be on-going from 11th to 22nd June, every day during dinner.

Speaking on this occasion, Mr. Vijay Abhimanyu, MD, Billion Smiles, said, “It feels good to celebrate the 1st Anniversary of the new bonSouth and the response we received from our patrons in last one year. ‘The Masala times of Chettinad’ is our way of thanking our customers for their love and support, as it is the most loved food festival”.

 

Chettinad cuisine is famous for its use of the wide variety of spices used in preparing mainly non-vegetarian food. The dishes are hot and pungent with fresh ground masalas and topped with a boiled egg that is usually considered the essential part of the meal. They also use a variety of sun dried meats and salted vegetables, reflecting the dry environment of the region. We are trying to present this unique taste of Chettinad to the food connoisseurs of Bangalore with this festival”, shared Chef Manu

 

The Masala times of Chettinad welcomes the guests with an unlimited assortment of succulent starters like Chettinadu Kozhi Roast, Meen Varuval, Mutton Sukka for non vegetarians  and Murungai Elai Dosa Roll (Drumstick Leaf Dosa Roll), Kuzhipaniyaram ,Karuveppallai Podi Idly  and much more for the vegetarians. The main course boasts of mouth watering Chettinadu recipes dished out in the form of Karaikudi Khushka, Kothu Paratha, Muttai Varuva. The traditional Chettinad Mutton Biryani, Chicken Chettinad and Nandu Varuval are a must have. The restaurant also serves the authentic Jigarthanda and Madurai Rosapoo Icecream apart from other delicious desserts like Paal Kozhukottai, Adirasam and Elaneer Payasam.

 

“Enjoy this soul satisfying dinner and walk away with a surprise gift the restaurant has in store for the food lovers.”

Rajendra Ganotra is the Editor of Spicy Stars Mumbai

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