Residency Towers’ Mainstreet celebrates popular food from around the world.
From nourishing Burmese soups, served with crispy spring rolls, to Tamil Nadu’s kothu parota and New York’s all-day hot dog treats, comfort food from across the globe has come closer home with Residency Towers’ Mainstreet restaurant converting into a lively melting pot. “Going with local popularity, we’ve chosen to represent countries that symbolise the culture of street food at its best,” shares executive chef Sivakami Nadhan, talking about the Taste of the Streets festival. Take your pick from an array of dishes from Thailand, Rome, USA and Burma, besides Delhi, Mumbai and our city’s local signatures like kadalai mittai from the beachfront .
The menu has been curated to showcase typical ?avours from chosen destinations, such as the pav bhaji and Lahori channa chaat from Delhi’s Chandini Chowk, and quick stir-fries and dim sums from the streets of Bangkok. “Guests are bound to enjoy as the live counters are designed to pamper their tastebuds, with all the ingredients lined up for their selection. While you can be con?dent with your selection of Thai curries and lamb bolaignnaise, step on the adventurous side with some lesser-known dishes like Chennai’s karupatti, pineapple appam or kheema biryani,” says the chef. Also featuring hamburgers and grilled chicken, you can wash them down with some wholesome Burmese mohinga and samusa soups. Adding to the street ambience are kizhi joshiyam, colourful cotton candy shacks and more.
Till November 20. Rs 990 per person. Details: 28156363