- February 12, 2015 / 2 min readThe restaurant has over 140-cover where customers can easily see what they ordering as the restaurant offers a tablet-based menu in 15 sections.
Sscence, the fine dine restaurant located at Sahara hotel is celebrating its first anniversary with a month-long food festival serving Indian delicacies.
The restaurant has over 140-cover where customers can easily see what they ordering as the restaurant offers a tablet-based menu in 15 sections.
"We've presented images of the food as it will be served to the guests. We did not involve any professional photographers," said Chef Sanjay Bahl, Director F&B, Surya Hotel.
This week (Feb 8-13), the restaurant is serving up Punjabi fare, followed by Shahjahanabad ki sair (Feb 15-21), on the conclusion of which there will be a cooking class by Nazish Jalali, who belongs to Rampur and knows all the intricacies of that city and old Delhi.
"We started with delectable Awadh cuisine from the first to the seventh and rounded it off with a masterclass by Chef Arif Qureshi, whose great grandfather is credited with fashioning Lucknow's world-famous Tunde kabab," Bahl added.
Sscence will also host a Kayasth Food Festival from Feb 22-27 while Feb 28 has been set aside for a talk by eminent food critic Anoothi Vishal.
In between, there will be a special celebration of these four cuisines on Feb 14, the first anniversary.
Sscence, in fact, is the reincarnation of two outlets - Le Cafe and 7 (serving seven Indian cuisines) on the hotel's lobby level.
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