Savour a royal meal fit for kings at JW Marriott Pune

Dungari Murg TikkaThe Kings and Nizams of India have left behind a culinary legacy that has altered the landscape of Indian cuisine for the better. The finest of Shahi Maharaj (cooks) from their palaces, who are the true connoisseurs of delicious desi food, had distinctive dishes and signature creations that no one could recreate to perfection. JW Marriott Pune is however, presenting you with a unique chance to experience the erstwhile royal kitchens from the far flung lands of Kashmir, Rampur, Hyderabad and Lucknow. Titled as, ‘Royal Kitchens of India’, this ongoing food festival is offering vegetarian and non-vegetarian gastronomic delights from the bygone days. One can relive the era of the past, at the Royal buffet dinner, 7:00pm onwards at Spice Kitchen and Shakahari.

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You deserve to be pampered like the royalty, don’t you? So, head to JW Marriott Pune to sample the authentic, rich cuisines of India till March 31 at Spice Kitchen and Shakahari, 7pm onwards.

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