Barbeque Nation is a pioneer in India to promote ‘DIY’ (do-it-yourself) cuisine with a concept of live on-the-table grill in India and is the largest casual dining brand in the country. The restaurant offers a pre-fixed menu with a fixed price. The menu is drawn from Mediterranean, American, Oriental, Asian and Indian subcontinent. With more than 62 outlets across the nation, it offers a happy blend of various cuisines in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian choices
Indulge in the foods and fantasies of Arab lands, only at Barbeque Nation’s “Wahrabia Food Fest”. Wahrabia Fest will give guests a Middle Eastern dining experience in terms of ambience and cuisine. Visit any of Barbeque Nation’s 11 outlets in the Delhi-NCR region (Connaught Place, Jangpura, Saket, Vasant Kunj, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Vivek Vihar, Noida, Faridabad, Sohna Road and Sushant Lok) between November 9 and 20 to explore Lebanese, Egyptian, Moroccan, Turkish and other Arab cuisines.
Barbeque Nation outlets will have an ambience transporting guests to a scene from Arabian Nights. Barbeque Nation will offer patrons a chance to experience traditional Arabian dishes such as Jojeh Kebab – chunks of chicken marinated in saffron and grilled to perfection, Rubian Mashwi – chargrilled prawns marinated with Lebanese spices, Dabel Kebab, Arabian Kafta Lamb Seekh – minced lamb on seekh, and Samak Harrrah Al Shara – Pomfret baked with crushed garlic and coriander and served with pepper sauce. Vegetarians will enjoy tantalizing preparations such as Sea Soya Kudra, Egyptian Zuben, Afelia Pasta Zucchini Fasigratin and Curried Chick Peas.
The highlights of the festival will be the live-counters where dishes like Kesabi Dejaj, Chicken Shawarma, and Riyash Mashwi, will be cooked in traditional style. Customers will be able to bask in the aroma of marinated, skewered meat sizzling over hot grills and tawas. Cold mezze offerings like Fattoush, Hummus served with crisp pita, Mouttabal, and Cheese Barrah will be enjoyed right at the tables.
For dessert, customers will be able to enjoy traditional sweet dishes from exotic land such as Baklava -rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with honey, Muhallabieh– creamy milky pudding with roses, pistachio and lemon syrup and Arabic pudding.
Mr. Sameer Bhasin, CEO, Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd., says, “Arabic cuisine is similar to and yet distinct from Indian cuisine. With the ‘Wahrabia Fest’, we will showcase the flavours and diversity of Arabian cuisine to the food connoisseurs of Delhi. We are confident that the festival will be very well received by customers”.
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