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From The Street to the Lobby: Table Restaurant & Bar by Rang Mahal’s India Street Food Fiesta Arrives this National Day at Naumi Hotel

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In celebration of Singapore’s National Day and India’s Independence Day, Rang Mahal’s Table Restaurant & Bar presents an India Street Food Fiesta this August. Located at Naumi Hotel on Seah Street, a total of 12 vegetarian specialties priced at $12++ each are available to order a la carte from the menu, giving diners the opportunity to enjoy the best of India’s street foods from across the entire country.

Street food in India, like in any other country, is hugely celebrate for its accessibility, affordability and sheer variety, showcasing the diversity of cultures and tastes that exists across the entire nation – all in a convenient all-in-one-meal one can grab anywhere, anytime. With the fiesta then, Rang Mahal’s Corporate Chef Milind Sovani and his team of chefs seeks to bring that same great taste and feel to Table, having put together an eclectic menu that promises to keep the featured street food items completely authentic, healthy and nutritious but still tasty, all to be enjoyed in a relaxed and contemporary setting.

A total of seven cities’ street food will be featured on the menu, namely Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Amritsar, Pune, Ahmedabad and Jaipur. Hailing from Jaipur is the Pink City Raj Kachori, a large crispy puff overflowing with mixed lentils yoghurt and chutney. Eat it quick to maintain its crispiness, and you’ll enjoy the mix of textures, tastes and flavours in a single bite.

From West India comes Mumbai’s Tad Deo Pao Bhajee, one of the most popular street food items from India’s largest city. With a pan-fried mashed vegetable patty tucked between two savoury buns toasted with India’s Amul butter, the Pao Bhajee is simple yet filling, surprisingly flavourful and wholesome in every bite.

Delhi’s representative is the Chandi Chowk Ram Laddoo, with crunchy mung bean balls topped with refreshing mint chutney and crunchy white grated radish, promising an explosion of flavours and textures in a single mouthful.

Also, be sure to end off with Delhi’s Temple Coconut Kulfi, featuring caramelised milk ice cream with an assortment of nuts, fruits and spices. In this version, the ice cream will be prepared with fresh coconut, often reserved for Hindu rituals, and crafted just to stave off the heat in sunny Singapore.

With a selection of dishes that never compromises on quality, India Street Food Fiesta proves that Rang Mahal is truly at the top of their game when it comes to Indian cuisine. With that in mind, if you’ve always been curious about Indian street food, or simply want to experience the entire line-up of cuisines in a single place, now’s your chance to do so with the India Street Food Fiesta this August, where Table will be more than happy to lead you on a journey to discover incredible India and all its wonders with your tastebuds.

India Street Food Fiesta runs from 9th to 25th August 2019 at Table by Rang Mahal, daily from 12 – 10.30pm. For reservations, visit rangmahal.com.sg/table or call 6403 6005. Table Restaurant & Bar is located at lobby level, Naumi Hotel Singapore on 41 Seah Street, Singapore 188396.

Plus, to make your National Day even sweeter, don’t just visit Table – stay at Naumi Hotel this weekend and enjoy a very special National Day package. For stays on 9th August, just top up an additional S$68++ (U.P $78++) to get exclusive access to Cloud 9’s rooftop infinity pool for an evening of spectacular fireworks along with free flow of beer, soft drinks and canapes.

It’s the ideal place to spend an afternoon just chilling out and enjoying the unobstructed view of the city, lounging in a chic chair by the pool and letting the breeze wafting in, before transitioning into night, filled with festivity and good cheer as the nation turns 54.

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