Daryaganj launches the "Secret Recipes of 1947" Menu with Gourmet Passport by Dineout

The menu offers thoughtfully created vegetarian and non-vegetarian options aims to accentuate the diner’s taste buds.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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To celebrate the  97th birth anniversary of Kundan Lal Jaggi - the man who created and invented the quintessential Butter Chicken and Dal Makhani, Daryaganj restaurant in partnership with Dineout’s Gourmet Passport has launched “Secret Recipes of 1947” - a curated menu that comprises the original tandoori creations of year 1947.

One of a kind curated menu with a set meal for two is available across Daryaganj outlets in Aerocity, Connaught Place, Tagore Garden and Gurgaon at INR 1947 for Gourmet Passport members.

The menu offers thoughtfully created vegetarian and non-vegetarian options aims to accentuate the diner’s taste buds with dishes like the Original 1947 Dal Makhani, Original 1947 Butter Paneer, Original 1947 Butter Chicken, Chicken Pakora, etc.

“Our partner restaurant, Daryaganj, holds up the legacy of Kundan Lal Jaggi and the culinary history of the 1950s impeccably. We at Gourmet Passport are thrilled to celebrate with them the 97th birth anniversary of Kundanlal Jaggi,” said Rocky Mohan, Founder of Gourmet Passport.

Gourmet Passport membership is available on the Dineout App and has over 2000+ premium restaurants across 5-star hotels, premium standalone outlets & chains.

“The idea of coming together with Gourmet passport is to give a tribute to the innovator Kundan Lal Jaggi who put North Indian cuisine on the global map. The signature dishes on the menu, “The Original 1947 Butter Chicken” and “The Original 1947 Dal Makhani” take you back in time and recreate the flavours of that bygone era. We are elated to associate with Mr Rocky Mohan and Gourmet Passport which is India’s only platform to offer the most unique experiences to its customers,” added Restaurateur Amit Bagga.

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