Launchpad: Bombay Blue Launches New Menu With South Indian Twist

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Chicken Chettinad Satay, Bombay Blue
Chicken Chettinad Satay, Bombay Blue
Chicken Chettinad Satay, Bombay Blue

Bombay Blue, the casual dining restaurant by Pan India Food Solutions, launches the Anna Thomas World Cafe Menu from today to 17th February, 2013. These reconstructions of International food, merge the rich spices from Southern India with the usually mild international dishes for a desi twist.

Speaking about the new menu, Chef Sanjay Malkani said, “We’re looking forward to the reactions from our patrons on this new festival. It’s an exciting menu that’s not a fusion of ingredients, like most food festivals. Anna Thomas adds touches of South Indian spices to Mexican, British, French food staples and we’re looking for feedback. The food is fresh, and the dishes are a different take on the concept of ‘global cuisine’.”

Thair Sadam Arancini, Bombay Blue
Thair Sadam Arancini, Bombay Blue

With an Italian take on the Tamilian staple thair sadam (yogurt and rice) arancini, the Bombay Blue version combines rice and rich yogurt fritters tempered with crushed garlic, curry leaves, and enhanced with East Indian spices. This one’s a definite try for those who must satisfy rice cravings in all forms.

The everyday potato gets a new twist on this menu. Kozhi Baked Potatoes are stuffed with creamy mushrooms and shredded spicy chicken, topped with cheese and served with pickled vegetable remoulade. Chicken Veruval Tacos is a combination of taco shells filled with a tangy chicken pepper fry and is served with tangy tomato salsa and sour cream.

Sweetcorn Kundapura, Bombay Blue
Sweetcorn Kundapura, Bombay Blue

For vegetarians, the Mexican favourite Chimichanga gets a Chettinadu twist—succulent paneer (cottage cheese) is filled into a mini spring roll and served up with a chilli coconut dip. Crispy Malabari Lentil Cakes are flavoured with fine herbs such as cilantro, parsley and fresh oregano and married with remoulade. Andhra Pradesh’s spices come to flavour the ordinary corn and water chestnuts in the Sweet Corn Kundapura.

The festival is active at all Bombay Blue outlets in Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel and Infiniti Mall, Malad and Phoenix Mills Market City, Kurla.

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