108 Years Old Karim’s Kitchen Brings ‘Riwaayat Ka Zaika’ To Falak, The Leela Bhartiya City

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Bangalore: Falak, renowned as one of the finest North Indian dining destinations at The Leela Bhartiya City, is set to transport Bangalore to the bustling streets of Old Delhi with “Riwaayat Ka Zaika.” This exclusive culinary event, running from June 24th to June 30th, promises a journey through India’s rich traditions, curated by the esteemed Karim’s Kitchen. Spearheaded by Chef Farman Ali, hailed as The Last of The Great Chefs, and the Chef himself, this gastronomic experience promises meticulously crafted dishes that vividly recount India’s timeless tales, offering diners a cultural odyssey.

“Riwaayat Ka Zaika,” meaning “The Taste of Tradition,” is where two culinary legacies unite, Masterchef Farman Ali’s five decades of expertise meets a century-old tradition from the Mughlai kitchens. Mughlai grandeur blends seamlessly with Awadhi finesse, weaving flavours that echo tales of emperors and lavish feasts. Beyond a meal, it’s a voyage through time, honouring recipes cherished for generations, each dish a masterpiece, transporting you to an era where food was an art of splendid celebration.

Expressing his excitement at the event, Chef, “Riwaayat Ka Zaika embodies more than just exquisite flavours; it is a profound journey through India’s illustrious culinary heritage. Chef Farman Ali and I, driven by a shared passion for preserving tradition, are thrilled to unveil this exceptional collaboration. Drawing from over five decades of culinary mastery, I am honoured to bring the legacy of Karim’s Kitchen to Bangalore, where Mughlai grandeur meets Awadhi finesse in a symphony of flavours. Together, we aim to transport diners to an era of emperors and opulent feasts, where every dish tells a story passed down with love and dedication. This pop-up isn’t merely about food; it’s about reviving history and celebrating the artistry of Indian cuisine, ensuring each bite resonates with the essence of our cultural richness.”

Riwaayat Ka Zaika’s culinary flair aims to evoke the unforgettable flavours of the lanes of Chandni Chowk, from the iconic crunch of golden parathas to the tantalizing dance of chaat on the tongue. Signature dishes like Chicken Jahangir, Mutton Qurma, Reshmi Seekh Kebab, Mutton Jahangiri, Badam Pasanda, and Karim Roll encapsulate the secrets of age-old traditions and techniques that have withstood the test of time. Chef’s masterful creations promise to ignite cherished memories with every bite.

Celebrated for a deep understanding of the aromas cherished across generations and a notable heritage weaving historical depth into his culinary creations, Karim’s kitchen legacy extends beyond his innovative presentation of traditional Indian cuisine. Each dish crafted by the Chef offers a journey through India’s rich gastronomic heritage, where he masterfully blends tradition with innovation. His unique dining experience not only tantalizes the taste buds but also educates diners about the cultural significance behind each recipe. Chef’s contributions have not only elevated Indian cuisine but also inspired a new generation of chefs to explore and celebrate the diverse flavours of India with creativity and respect for tradition.

What: 108-Years Old Karim’s Kitchen Brings ‘Riwaayat Ka Zaika’ To Falak, The Leela Bhartiya City

When: 24th to 30th, 2024

Time: Dinner:  7:00 p.m. to 11:00 PM from June 24th to 29th, Monday to Saturday.

Brunch: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm on June 30th, Sunday

Where: Falak, The Leela Bhartiya City,  6/2, Thanisandra Main Road, Tirumanahalli, Bengaluru 560064

Price:  Ala carte Menu

For Reservation: +91 8792918274

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