Fabulous Flavors and Fine Dining are the perfect marriage in this contemporary setting at Junoon Indian Restaurant in Chelsea from Restaurateur Rajesh Bhardwaj. Perfect for a quiet romantic dinner for two or a Board of Directors Meeting in a semi-private room.
There is something for everyone’s dietary needs. Created by Executive Chef Vikas Khanna, Junoon’s menu showcases the five celebrated cooking elements from India’s vast culinary regions: Tandoor (Clay Oven), Sigri (Open Fire Pit), Patthar (Stone Cooking), Tawa (Cast Iron Cooking) and Handi (Pot Cooking).
The Piri-Piri Goan Shrimp combines avocado, Jicama and Meyer lemon vinaigrette, the
Kakori Kebab combines minced lamb, cardamom, green papaya and spiced yogurt.
The chicken Malvan combines fresh coconut, green chilies, cilantro and bay leaf.
The wine list by the class has reasonable and interesting choices.
If you love Indian Food, Thursday, April 7, 2011 from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM, take advantage of the Varli Festival at the Altman Building, 135 West 18th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues, New York, NY 10011.
The food Bank For New York City has been recognized as the city’s major hunger-relief organization working to end food poverty throughout the five boroughs.
The Varli Food Festival NYC 2011 was created to increase awareness and appreciation for the Indian culinary industry. From promoting local Indian restaurants to showcasing Celebrity Chefs, Varli is on a mission to celebrate amazing Indian cuisine. So it’s only fitting that they have chosen to partner with a charity whose mission it is to alleviate hunger and provide robust meals for those in need—The Food Bank for New York.
Tickets are $100. Each attendee will receive a $500.00 worth gift certificates—FREE from various Indian restaurants as a way to say “Thank You” for attending. For the list of gift certificates log onto www.Varlifoodfestival.com.