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TAKE YOUR WEEKEND TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH ASHIANA’S DESI BRUNCH


It’s time to tantalize your senses as you take pleasure in a Desi feast impressed by the road meals of Delhi and Lucknow that may have your style buds dancing with delight. The good method to kick off the weekend in model is the Desi Brunch at Ashiana, Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, prepared to move company to the bustling streets of India, the place they’ll benefit from the unbelievable flavours, tempting smells, and wealthy tradition of the gorgeous nation. Taking place each Saturday night from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, your weekend ritual is about to get an improve.
Featuring an intensive menu that goals to recreate India’s misplaced recipes and avenue meals, diners can look ahead to a variety of dishes, together with Boote Ka Samosa, Raan ke kabab  Paneer Alubukhara Kofta, Dal Maharani, Kibti, Gosht Falaknuma Biryani, Rottis, Phool gobi ki kheer and rather more. The mouth-watering delicacies from Indian delicacies are closely laced with historical past and had been a part of the same old meals habits adopted practically 5 a long time in the past. But over time, many recipes have light away. The Desi Brunch will have fun such misplaced recipes and avenue meals and hopes to offer company an perception into the fantastic previous of the majestic kitchen of India and journey again in time for a gastronomical expertise like by no means earlier than.
Also boasting one of the best stay performances so as to add to the interesting environment, the Desi Brunch is the last word vibe and one of the best place to spend your Saturday night. Don’t miss out on this genuine Indian expertise, and e-book your brunch extravaganza immediately by visiting https://www.ashianadubai.com/
When: Saturdays from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm 
Price: Starting from AED149 



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