Presenting what is most widely recognised as the most colourful and exciting cuisine ever, Mövenpick Hotel Doha invites everyone to a 10-day journey through Indian gastronomy.
A recent addition to the Mövenpick Hotel Doha team, Indian Chef Benoy will be recreating his traditional dishes, showcasing the finest ingredients and recipes. Whether you would rather stick to what you know or go on a culinary adventure, the festival will give visitors the opportunity to try dishes from different parts of India, whilst enjoying a festive atmosphere. Guests will savour the Old World opulence of northern India’s food, including butter chicken and masala, the surprisingly amazing taste of southern India’s biryani and the traditional flair of central India’s tandoori, amongst other crowd pleasers. A bountiful and colourful buffet will feature the marinades, curries and base sauces. Finally, a sumptuous dessert station will tempt diners with Indian sweets, including jalebi and halwa.
Designed to celebrate its fabulously diverse range of food, the Indian Food Festival is the perfect event for families and foodies to enjoy dinner whilst discovering many gastronomic delights from the Hindustan peninsula. The event will take place at Seasons restaurant, commencing daily at 6.30 pm until 11.00 pm for only QAR 99 per person. During the festival, Seasons restaurant will be offering special discounts and great meal deals for the upcoming Ramadan.
The opening ceremony of the festival will take place on Thursday, 20 April at 6.00 pm, supported by the Embassy of India in Qatar, and in the presence of His Excellency Ambassador Mr. P Kumaran.
Chef Benoy biography:
Chef Benoy’s culinary journey began in India, where the amazing flavours of spices sparked his passion for cooking. Having started his professional career with The Oberoi Mumbai, he first moved to Dubai to gain more experience. Later, he worked for the pre-opening of the luxurious Al-Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh and pre-opening of the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi. Chef Benoy reveals his culinary formula. He says, “The right technique, correct seasoning and simple ingredients in a beautiful presentation are all you need.” The Indian Food Festival will definitely become a bright presentation of his culinary experience.