The Southern hills of India are a brimming pot of various unexplored cuisines. One such cuisine is the Coorg cuisine. Coorg is a small hill station in Madikeri, Karnataka and is well known for its unique coffee and exotic range of spices. In collaboration with Club Mahindra, Hotel Sahara Star in Mumbai brings Coorg Food with a Coorg Food Festival.
The valleys of this southern picturesque place are hidden with treasures of local produce and freshly grounded spices that adds flavors to the food there.
“Hotel Sahara Star is happy to partner with CLUB MAHINDRA, Coorg to host the Coorg Food Festival at its Global Cuisine Restaurant- The Earthplate. This food festival will give our guests the taste of authentic cuisine from the comfort of their own city. A food trip like this is a really unique experience as each month we come up with innovative food festivals to keep room for innovation and ample of options for our guests to choose from.”
One can relish and treat your palate with the traditional dishes like Akki Roti, a variety of Puttu, Paaputtu, Bamboo Shoot Curry, Panda (pork) Curry, Koli (chicken) Curry, Noolputtu (string hopper), to name a few at this festival.
The dishes will be specially prepared by Chef Debraj of Club Mahindra, Coorg. The spread will give diners a glimpse of cordon bleu at Kodava (Coorg). One can also enjoy a variety of dishes made from pork (from wild boar), jungle mangoes, jackfruit, kembh leaves (edible colocasia), Kachampuli and rice, which are some of the integral ingredients of the Coorgi cuisine.
The association with Hotel Sahara Star and Club Mahindra, Coorg will get together an amalgamation of savors of the south to Mumbai. This will give the audience of Mumbai and guests of Hotel Sahara Star a chance to immerse themselves in the Coorg flavor that will be served at this unique one of a kind Food Festival.