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Melt Cafe’s Indian Food Festival is back until 28 May

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Indian Specialty Chef Santosh Kumar spices up Melt Café with the well-loved Indian Food Festival 

Guests can expect a buffet filled with dishes made hot and fresh from the tandoori oven, recipes with a South Indian origin, live stations for main courses and sweet dessert endings.

The feast kicks off with starters such as achari jhinga, succulent tiger prawns marinated with homemade pickled spices and savoury snacks such as the bhuna shakarkand ki chaat, sweet potatoes dressed with chaat masala, chilli and lime juice or to help “douse the spices”, chatti wali lassi, where homemade yoghurt and fresh mango are churned till smooth.

Over at the live station, indulge in the dora kabab, a mouth-watering chicken kabab with roomali roti, best accompanied with mint chutney and raita, saag wala gosht, a tender lamb shoulder served with fresh spinach; pakode wali kadhi, onion dumplings in luscious buttermilk curry; rice pot-baked
spring chicken with saffron and Indian spices, cumin basmati rice and murg makhanwala, a tandoor-roasted chicken simmered in a rich glistening tomato sauce.

Complete the dinner with a dessert such as the gulab jamun, a deep-fried milk dumpling, habshi halwa, a black carrot pudding) or phirni, a rice cake with cardamom and saffron.

The Indian Food Festival buffet is available for dinner only at Melt Café until 28 May 2017. It is priced at SGD 75 per person (Sunday to Thursday) or SGD 85 per person, (Friday and Saturday) inclusive of free-flow juices.

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