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    Weekends at Marriott
    Courtyard Marriot’s weekend package gets you a deluxe room, a buffet breakfast and a meal at their coffee shop. Choose between kebabs and fish in oyster sauce at the buffet, and at the coffee shop try desserts like tiramisu and chocolate cake, plus fresh fruit juices to end your meal. Offer valid every Friday to Sunday, this year. From Rs 4,250–Rs 7,250 per night. Details: 66764000

    Do the dimsum
    Choose from a selection of eight special  dimsums at Park Hyatt’s The Flying Elephant. Available with fillings like prawn and shiitake, chicken and water chestnut, baby back ribs, Chilean sea bass, mushroom and edamame, broccoli and pine nut, among others, they are priced at Rs 588 for a basket of four veg dimsums. Details: 71771234

    Junior chefs
    This Wednesday, Spoonbill’s cookery workshops for kids (six to 12) will teach them how to bake piped cookies, exotic muffins and blueberry tarts. At the end, they will get a certificate, along with a recipe book and other goodies, including a special lunch from the restaurant. Register at Rs 850 per head. 10 am to 1 pm, on May 6. Details: 9003233331

    Mango mania
    Mango lovers, head to Khandani Rajdhani’s mango festival, Aamlicious. It brings together Rajasthani and Gujarati recipes cooked with raw mangoes and offers delicacies like mango dal dhokli, fajeto, goonda kairi, and more. Pair a mango pulao and mango curry for something filling, while those looking for a quick bite can try the raw mango samosa. Thali at Rs475. Till June 15. Details: 28464422

    foodsnip5Tapas on the roof
    It’s all about tapas thanks to a special menu at Above Sea Level, The Raintree St Mary’s. Options like courgette & goat cheese roulade, African harissa spiced cottage cheese skewers and smoky paprika peppers, calamari, zucchini & red onion fritters, peri-peri chicken & cherry tomato skewers and Argentine chimichurri marinated beef steaks vie for atention. Three for Rs 599 onwards. Details: 42252525

    Bong connection
    Chef Rajib Mohanta from Taj Bengal’s Sonargaon restaurant is coming to Beyond Indus at Taj Club House, to introduce diners to jamindari food influenced by the British Raj, Islamic cuisine and effects of partition. Expect dishes like macher jhol, bhetki macher fry, hara matar bhutte palak tawa kebab and more. End with Bengal’s special dessert, gurer payesh. Till May 10. At Rs 1,000 per head (lunch and dinner). Details: 66313131

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