This weekend, Veeraswamy is celebrating its roots by bringing the ‘festival of colour’ to Regent Street.
A Hindu tradition and popular event worldwide, Holi Festival takes place on 13th March, a festivity renowned for its vibrant colour, music, dancing and feasting, to mark the arrival of Spring.
On this special occasion, the UK’s oldest Indian restaurant, Veeraswamy, has prepared a decadent three course Holi menu of authentic dishes including street food favourite Delhi Gujjia Chaat and the popular sweet Jalebi served with a moist Chocolate Galub Jamun.
The main course comprises of four traditional dishes – our hero is the delicately spiced Hyderabadi Nimboo Dopiaza – each served in a beautiful silver crescent of four individual bowls. This menu offers a true feast for all the senses, combining sensational aromas and vibrant colours.
Available for a limited time only, from Friday 10th to Tuesday 14th March, the three-course menu is £45 per person and includes a complimentary Thandai on arrival.
Book now on 020 7734 1401 or click here for more details.