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China Town

IF YOU want to enjoy specialities from various regions of China then try out Ashok Hotel's China Town restaurant. This joint, which can accommodate more than 100 people, serves Cantonese, Sichuan, Beijing and Hunan dishes. Vegetarians don't need to feel left out, as there are plenty of cuisines for those who don't want egg or meat in their dish. Some of the dishes are Prawns Salt `n' Pepper, China Town Steam Boat, Bubbling Pomfret and Lemon Chicken Cantonese Style. Exquisite artefacts embellish the place, which has a well stocked bar and a five-piece live band.

Luncheon Fiesta

ANKUR COFFEE shop at Sirifort Road's Village Restaurant Complex is hosting a luncheon fiesta. The fiesta is a gargantuan buffet, which offers a combination of soups, crunchy salads, pastas with choicest of sauces, mouth-watering desserts and soft drinks. The stuff is available for a paltry Rs. 175. Alcoholic drinks are up for grabs, with a discount of 50 per cent, during happy hours. The décor -- with its Mediterranean ambience -- and cuisines give you a refreshing experience.

Park's Portico

WANT TO guzzle cuisines from South East Asia, Mediterranean, French and Middle East then The Park's Portico, the coffee shop restaurant, is serving a wide assortment of dishes.

There is a la card, from which you can choose recipes for your dishes. For hearty eaters there is a Hungarian dish, Mushroom Lesco, which contains an assortment of mushroom peppers cooked with yoghurt and peppercorn sauce. It is served with saffron rice. Then there is Tagine of lamb with couscous. This dish is basically a lamb stew served with couscous, which is a grain from the Middle East.

Pan Asian

THIS COMING Friday food and wine connoisseurs are in for a treat as Marriott Welcom Hotel starts off a Food and Wine Degustation. Best of food and drinks would be served. The party has been organised by the general manager, Virender Datta in collaboration with M.B.International Private Limited.

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