Dressing itself in Pujo finery and armed with a dedicated menu for Kebabs is the Nest, at EcoHub, where choices are plentiful at their Kebab Festival which will run from 23rd-25th September. The Festival will leave you with rich and delightful memories, worthy of a pre-pujo succulent spread. The candied aroma of spices from the kitchen, and interactive dining elements, the décor will create an inspiring vibe as you embark on the flavours of the world but with an Indian touch. The delicious spread of Kebabs will transport the guests to a global culinary journey. Guests can select from choices of vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes prepared and grilled to their preference. The kebabs inspired from global flavours will be served to the customers at this unique festival. One can enjoy marinated veggies, and choice of proteins with just the right amount of seasonings.
The beginnings of the fabulous feast can be started with Jaitun Tulsi Paneer Tikka (INR 255), where juicy pieces of cottage cheese will be stuffed with olive tapenade, basil pesto and cooked in a clay oven, then go the spicy route with Bird’s Eye Chilli and Khubani Cheese Poppers (INR 255), where melted cheese and apricot galettes are panko crumbed and fried with a spicy twist. The flavour explosion continues with the favourite Gondhoraj Aloo Banjara (INR 255), where baby potatoes marinated with tandoori spices and the aromatic gondhoraj lemon pairs seamlessly to form a dish worth repeating! The Tandoori Mushroom & Ricotta Duxelles (INR 255), features button mushrooms stuffed with spinach, ricotta cheese, tandoori spices and roasted in a clay oven for that charred finish, the Four Cheese Broccoli Malai Roast spells cheesy delight with peri peri spiced broccolis. The Tandoori Rotolini (INR 255), is the chef’s special potato barrels stuffed with spiced couscous and tabbouleh, the Mediterranean Soya Palak ki Galouti (INR 255) goes the exotic way with sumac and zatar playing a prominent role in the preparation.
The fusion Kaeng Murgh Tikka (INR 355) is a super blend of thai flavours and mughlai with thai green curry infused hariyali chicken morsels roasted in a clay oven, the Peri Peri Murgh Tangri Kebab (INR 355) infuses greek yogurt, generous amounts of peri peri spice marinated drumsticks roasted to perfection. The Three Pepper Murgh ki Seekh (INR 355) has minced chicken with bell peppers roasted in a tandoor. Fish lovers can try the Moroccan Spiced Fish Tikka (INR 655), where chunks of fish are wrapped in moroccan spices and grilled till it melts. The Malai Parsley Prawn Kebab (INR 655), has marinated prawns in yogurt and cheese topped with malai and parsley sprigs for that vibrant finish. The Schezwan Fish Tikka (INR 655) has fish medallions marinated with schezwan pepper and red tandoor marination gives a spicy oriental kick, and the piece de resistance is the Sambal Oelek Mutton Boti Kebab (INR 655), has indonesian fiery sambal paste marinated mutton chunks cooked till delectable.
Mou Mondal said, “Pre-Pujo feasting is taken very seriously in Bengal and what better way to entice our patrons than serving them a short festival celebrating kebabs with a twist. Our patrons will surely relish the rich flavours and the sheer variety of the kebabs and be provided with a supreme gastronomic experience. We are also starting with our Pujo special lunch buffets after this, so that our patrons get to enjoy the best of both worlds.”
So head over to the Nest by the Conclave at EcoHub and delve into a stunning array of kebabs and an unforgettable dining experience.
Photography by Biswajit Saha