Lagan nu Bhonu literally translates to ‘the feast of marriage’. Parsis love their food and there is a feast for everything. Served in banana leaves traditionally, Lagan nu Bhonu is a multi course feast that is predominantly non-vegetarian.
SodaBottleOpenerWala just turned 3 and they are celebrating it with Lagan nu Bhonu – the wedding feast. The special menu is available for a month starting January 25th till February 25th in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian versions.
The Vegetarian Bhonu (550) has Papeeta Anjeer na Cutlis – a cutlet made out of potatoes and figs – and it is delectable. Badami Papeta ne Paneer is an amalgamation of potatoes , paneer and a deliciously rich white gravy made of almonds and cream (and you fell that in every bite). Broad Beans and Pumpkin come together to be the Kora Papri no Patio – which is a bit sweet and a bit tangy. Masala ni Daar is a forever favorite at SodaBotteOpenerWala and we were glad it made its way on the plate. Vegetable Pulao, Rotli, Achar, Kachumbar, Saria Papad complete the plate. Not to forget the Pallonji Raspberry Soda that goes very well with the thali!
The Non-Vegetarian Bhonu (650) replaces the cutlet with Chutney Eeda na Pattice & Macchi no Cutlet – the former being the Parsi avatar of stuffed egg pakora – with the chutney inside the egg. Gos no Sas is the non-vegetarian version of the creamy curry – tender mutton pieces in an almond and cream sauce. I definitely prefer the Chicken Pulao over the vegetarian version at SBOW. Other items on the plate remain the same.
chutney Eeda na Pattice
End your meal on a sweet note with Strawberry Custard and Plum Cake with Brandy Sauce.
plum cake with brandy sauce
Lagan Nu Bhonu is a great way to enjoy the traditional feast (they serve it on a banana leaf, in a plate). The quantity is generous and we had a hard time finishing our plates!
Mall of India, NOIDA
12:00 hrs. – 23:00 hrs.
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