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Grilled delights


IT'S TIME for some grilled delights at the Citrus Grill, The Savera.

Food designer Karen Anand is presenting her signature dishes at the Grill and Barbeque festival.

On the menu are vegetarian dishes such asstuffed pepper mahashas, vegetable shikampur kebab, parmigiana, jacket potatoes with a variety of fillings such as roasted chilli and coriander dip.

The non-veg section includes barbeque lamb chops, five spiced lamb, Norwegian salmon tikka, butterfly prawn with spicy dip, fillet mignon, and coffee and pepper encrusted steak.

Those with a sweet tooth can choose chargrilled pineapple with chilli granite or grilled banana with ice cream.

The festival, open for dinner, is on till December 12. For reservations, call 28114700.

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