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Summer afire


DELHI IS welcoming food festivals with an open heart. The Park's Fire restaurant has come up with "Summer 2004" - fare to beat the heat.

The light menu includes mocktails and cocktails. The varied festival menu offers a sumptuous spread that ranges from light and healthy to rich and dreamy. Start with the appetizers that include chilled dal dahi soup, cumin gazpacho, chicken tamarind rasam, spicy sweet corn and crab, Caesar salad, a selection of Indian street chat, karwari prawn and more. Then there is a wide array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian kababs on a platter. The Fire specials are vegetable haleem, mahi tawe ka murg, khichda, and patrani snapper.

Graduating to the main course, you can savour coconut flavoured white pumpkin and black eye pea stew, chain paneer khurchan, Tamil style okra cooked in a light yoghurt curry, the chef's special saag of the day and the day's special organic vegetable cooked home style. Non-vegetarians can refurbish their platter with burani gosht, safri murg, murg biryani, Goa prawn curry or spicy Andhra fish curry. Move on to the accompaniments, which include cholar dal, tomato pappu, organic red rice, steamed basmati, parathas, sattu ki roti and organic nine-grain roti.

For dessert too, there is a range of options. However, paan ki rasmalai and limchee brulee are a must try.

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