Kurry Accent, with its iftar bazaar and iftar-and-dinner buffet, is featuring flavours of Old Delhi this Ramadan.
To satiate your iftar cravings, the restaurant has organised an iftar bazaar, offering a plethora of items that depict the gastronomic culture of Old Delhi. To enhance your iftar palette with mouth-watering Indian dishes such as Sikandaari Raan and Mutton Kebabs, make sure to drop by the stalls of iftar bazaar of Kurry Accent, which is located in Gulshan 2. The items will be prepared at a live station so that you can witness the dynamics of how they are made.
This eatery also has an iftar dinner buffet spread priced at Tk 2,400 (all inclusive) per person. The spread will comprise of a plethora of delicacies, ranging from a variety of kebabs to curries such as Punjabi Dal Tarka and paneer butter masala to name a few. Standard Chartered card holders will be able to avail the buy one get one free facility for this buffet.
For appetisers, I was served some melt-in-the-mouth chicken Malai kebab and Norwegian fish kebab, which, because of their extremely succulent and tender insides, would leave one’s taste buds wanting for more. The accompanying mint chutney only elevated the taste of these cooked-to-perfection dishes.
These were followed by briyani and mutton Roganjosh. For desserts, shahi tukra and jilapis of the intricately thin variety were served, which, due to its subtle sweetness, complemented the strong flavours exuded from the shahi tukra very well.
Avishek Sinha of Kurry Accent says, “Our objective is to bring the cuisine reflecting the food heritage of Old Delhi. We have even arranged chefs from there so that people here can experience the essence of these signature delicacies.”
Through Shohoz Foods, they will be providing home delivery of especially curated iftar boxes. There will also be special packages for corporate gatherings as well as space to host 500 at their Gardenia Banquets.
For reservations or more info, please contact +8801713434075.