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Explore Bhutanese cuisine by chef Micheal Swamy in Mumbai from May 24 to June 2


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Food lovers in Mumbai can get ready for a culinary adventure as they can explore the flavours of Bhutan at Food Exchange in Novotel Mumbai International Airport from May 24.

The food has been conceptualised with the intent of creating a critical focus towards the culinary industry, VEEN, a Premium Natural Mineral Water brand with origins in Finland and Bhutan, in collaboration with the five-star property to host a four-city food festival in India called `Bhutan to Bharat—A Culinary Journey with Chef Michael Swamy`. This unique `Bhutan to Bharat` food festival is a one-of-a-kind experience that will be hosted across India in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Bangalore from May 24 and continuing until June 2 offering food lovers an exquisite array of flavours, textures and aromas, promising to take them on a culinary journey to discover the rich traditions of Bhutan.

Curated by acclaimed culinary expert, author and wildlife enthusiast Chef Michael Swamy, renowned for his mastery of Bhutanese and Indian cuisines, the `Bhutan to Bharat` festival promises an unparalleled dining experience celebrating the culinary journey of the two cultures.

Chef Michael Swamy expresses his eagerness, “Bhutanese cuisine has so much flavour to offer and hasn`t been explored much in India. I`m excited to introduce these beautiful authentic flavours to our guests, curate a menu, and understand where they think the India and Bhutan culinary confluence happens. This menu at Food Exchange, Novotel Mumbai International Airport will be a fusion of shared traditions, fresh ingredients, and amalgamating two nations` cultural richness and culinary diversity”.

The curated dinner buffet will feature a wide variety of carefully prepared dishes such as Ema Datshi—Bhutan`s National Dish, Doh Syiar Nei-Iong, and Bak Thuk Noodles with Asian Vegetables. There will also be live cooking stations showcasing signature dishes being prepared in front of the guests. 

“We are thrilled to host this one-of-a-kind food festival at Novotel Mumbai International Airport. The expertise and knowledge that Chef Michael Swamy brings with Bhutanese cuisine will surely create a memorable culinary experience for our guests,” says Rachita Sood, general manager, Novotel International Mumbai Airport. “Bhutan and India share a deep cultural connection, and this event is a fantastic opportunity for our guests to experience the culture, ingredients, cooking styles and techniques that chef Michael Swamy will bring to the table”, she added.

Ganesh Iyer, managing partner at VEEN – Indian Subcontinent and India`s First Certified Water Sommelier, shares his thoughts on the partnership, “In culinary artistry, natural mineral water is the silent conductor orchestrating the symphony of flavours. Through this unique food trail, in partnership with the Accor group, we aim to weave a tapestry of culture, ingredients, and diverse cooking styles paired with Veen, delivering a truly unforgettable culinary experience to your plate.”

Where: Food Exchange, Novotel Mumbai International Airport, Andheri East
When: May 24 to June 2
Timing: 7 pm – 11 pm
Price: Rs 1995 plus taxes
For reservations, please contact +91 86578 68650/756. 


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