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Pizza festival



Chefs spreading the pizzas at Taj Residency

Pizza is the latest fad to catch the attention of the X Generation youth and children. It is an Italian dish consisting of a flat round bread base with cheese, tomatoes, vegetables or meat as topping. Taj Residency has launched a month-long Pizza Festival to cash in on the current craze. Taj has specially trained its two chefs, Uttam Sarkar and Mani Pathak, at the Taj Mahal, Mumbai and the Taj Coromandel, Chennai, for delivering delicious pizzas to its discerning guests.

The festival will feature over 20 varieties of Veg and Non-veg pizzas in regular and jumbo sizes. The varieties include deep-dish pizza, stuffed pizza, stuffed crust pizza and grilled pizza. The prices start from Rs.65 (four varieties), which include all taxes.

The festival which opened on Friday, will be on till October 19.

Garlic fete

Dolphin Hotel has come out with a `Garlic festival' for the health conscious food lovers. Garlic is believed to have been around in the world for over 4,000 years. It is known to reduce cholesterol level, promotes better blood circulation, used for treating infections and to remove chest congestion caused by cough and cold.

The garlic delights include: Garlic wings, roast garlic soup, sea food, noodles, lamb chops, garlic chicken and garlic ice-cream. The festival which opened on Friday will be on until Wednesday.

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