Chemeen cutlets, pathiris, Moplah biryanis, payasams and more are on offer at Jamavar’s Moplah Festival. The a la carte menu by chef Purushottam, featuring the cuisine of the Malabar Muslims, is available till August 31, from 7 pm onwards. At approximately `2,000 per person. Details: 33661234
Pepper water, anyone?
Navaratna at Le Royal Meridien presents an a la carte festival called Anglo Indian Snack Box. From soups like the Kenny boys kanjee to the ever-popular Anglo Indian pepper water, railway mutton curry and mutton cutlets, there’s plenty on offer. Till August 31. Average price for two is `2,500. Details: 22314343
Satisfy that craving
How about a biryani at the witching hour? Paprika at Courtyard by Marriott offers just that with Midnight Cravings, a weekend biryani offer, starting this week. Available on Fridays and Saturdays, enjoy vegetarian and non vegetarian biryanis served with raita and paapad. At `200 plus tax for vegetarian biryanis and `250 plus tax for non vegetarian. From 11 pm to 1 am. Details: 66764000
Get ready to enjoy Punjabi food at its best with executive chef Rajdeep Kapoor. From Welcom Hotel Sheraton New Delhi, the chef will be hosting the Punjabi festival at The Residency, Sheraton Park. With dishes like rarha gosht, bhatti de kukkad, sarson ka saag, tandoori aloo and baigan da bhurta for mains, dessert includes gajarella and panjeeri. The buffet, starting today, is available till August 31. Priced at `1,350 per person. Details: 24994101
As part of their Madras Week celebrations, Malgudi, Bay 146 and Piano at Savera Hotel, have plenty up their sleeve, till August 24. There’s an a la carte lunch thali from Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh at Malgudi, a Madras quiz at Bay146 and a multi-cuisine Madras buffet (both lunch and dinner) at Piano. Priced at `717 for vegetarian and `956 for non vegetarian (lunch thali at Malgudi) and `1,250 (lunch) and `999 (dinner) for the buffet at Piano. Details: 28114700j