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Close to heaven

Savour the joys of the `Curries and Cocktails' fest


IT IS a gastronomic journey, with heavenly feeling as the aroma of the delightful dishes engulf you . The taste buds crave for more and the "Seventh Heaven" looks the perfect place to be in when the mood is set for some great food with the near and dear ones. With the cool weather setting in paving way for a pleasant evening, the entire experience is a bit more pleasing.

The food festival - Curries & Cocktails - now on at Seventh Heaven, the restaurant at Panjagutta, is indeed an experience for the food lovers as the restaurant has come up with some unique dishes and cocktails. As a part of its fourth anniversary, the Chef has prepared new recipes for some novel dishes rarely available in the city. Ever had Punju Pulusu and Velligarelu? They are among the numerous new varieties waiting for the gourmets. Shiv Kumar, the restaurant manager says other varieties include Murg lamb and Lagan ki Boti.

These are apart from the regular dishes available on the menu. During this period, restaurant will also serve the customers with variety palette consisting of cocktails like `Carisporka', a European delight with Bacardi, Brown Sugar, Mint leaves, Lemon chunk muddle with lemonade. A new cocktail - `Oosh Hyderabadi' - specially created for Hyderabadis will surely leave the taste buds with a new experience. It is a combination of Vodka, creme de menthe and bar syrup.

For the Mocktails lovers, the hotel has Blue Lagoon, Mango Bloom, Caribbean Exotica, Love Connection and Deep Hand to name a few.

Mango Bloom is worth tasting once as it comes in with a combination of mango juice, almond syrup, and fresh cream and served chilled. The festival is open till October 24.

R. RAVIKANTH REDDY

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