Sampling Chaat at Goa Marriott ResortWho doesn't love some chatpata chaat on a rainy evening? But what always worries us is how hygienic Street food is during the monsoon. What if I tell you, you can now have amazing chaats without worrying about this, at a luxurious property? Chef Gulati has introduced a chaat stall inside Goa Marriott Resort. I recently got to sample the chaat with my blogger buddy mr. Nobody (a.k.a Nolan Mascarenhas). Priced at Rs. 100/- they're serving some crunchy, well made chaats. The menu includes five different kinda chaats (Samosa Chaat, Ragda Pattice, Dahi Puri, Sev Puri, Paani Puri) and the menu changes everyday. In case you try it out, drop a comment below and let me know how you like it. Have a happy and safe monsoon my people. Enjoy the rains with some fabulous rainyday food only at the Marriott.
Evening Snacks At Azur, Goa Marriott ResortA large variety of hot and cold snacks along with imfl liquor is served to the guests at Goa Marriott Resort & Spa every evening from 5pm to 7pm. The members can enjoy snacks ranging from crackers and sandwiches to seafood preparations like prawns and fish and healthier snacks like fruit salad. See the photos to know for yourself. They also have a Mojito bar. A counter serving hot monsoon food like samosas, pakoras, cafreal, etc is also available.
Taste of India Under One Roof at Waterfront, Goa Marriott ResortFlavours of India, a festival conceptualised by Executive Chef Anupam Gulati, is currently being held at Waterfront, Goa Marriott Resort & Spa. As the name suggests, the festival takes your tastebuds on a drive across India, all within a few hours by sitting at the luxurious restaurant. Chef Gulati brings India on a plate to you. Right from chaats and salads to regional delicacies and drinks, the festival has it all. The decor screams India and creates a wonderful setting to bask in rustic ambiance and enjoy some truly Indian food. The bar counter is converted into a Indian salad and chaat counter. Goan Sausages and other food items are used as props. The drinks counters are made of thatch and wood, thus taking you into a real Indian village setting. They serve a variety of exotic biryanis to pick from as well. The dessert counter is loaded with every kind of Indian dessert, you name it and they have it. If you're in Goa, go try out Flavours of India at Waterfront, Goa Marriott Resort, Miramar. It's on until 14th August.
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Text & Photography: Flexcia D'souza