It’s International Curry Week & This Is How You Can Celebrate It In India

by Tejashee Kashyap
It’s International Curry Week & This Is How You Can Celebrate It In India

Curry is the world’s comfort food. The rich, bold flavours and aromas of curry can also be very soothing and satisfying, providing a sense of warmth and well-being. Hence in a bid to show some love for the versatile dish, global craft beer brand Bira 91 is here to celebrate International Curry Week. It involves a playful celebration of all things curry that showcases the dish’s reach across various cultures.

What Is International Curry Week?


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Influenced by and adapted into different culinary styles across the planet, from Thai to Caribbean to West Indian, and more — curry as a dish has truly become a product of global culinary currents. Food lovers can explore the many different types of curry on offer and discover new flavours and cooking techniques. There are often special tasting menus available at restaurants, cooking workshops, and food festivals dedicated to curry.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the culinary traditions of different cultures and to appreciate the rich and varied flavours of curry. Whether you prefer your curry mild or spicy, creamy or tangy, there’s sure to be a curry that will tantalize your taste buds.

How India Is Celebrating?


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Bira 91 recently announced the long-awaited return of International Curry Week. Now in its third instalment, the week aims to celebrate culture, curries, and flavour by bringing India’s top chefs together.  Held across top restaurants in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, and Bangalore, the chefs will curate a custom curry-centric menu. This curry-based menu will be paired with the newly launched Bira 91 RISE, India’s First Premium Rice Strong Lager.

Expect chef pop-ups in your city from Vicky Ratnani, Kavan Kuttappa (Naru Noodle Bar), Vanshika Bhatia (Petite Pie Shop), Gresham (Impresario), Avinash Martins (Four Seasons), Jatin Mallick (Tres), Shriya Shetty (Sly Granny) and more. These curry dishes are set to elevate the dining experience of consumers.

Collectively, these are the restaurants gearing up to celebrate International Curry Week. It is taking place at JW Mariott Mumbai, Four Seasons Mumbai in Mumbai, Seefah, Salt Water Café in Mumbai; Tres in New Delhi and Sly Granny in Bengaluru.

Also Read: Curry Coriander Explores Curries From Around The World

Whether you are looking for a comforting meal on a cold day or just want to enjoy the rich and delicious flavours of a good curry, there is no denying the comfort and pleasure that curries can provide. So mark your calendars for International Curry Week, and get ready to savour the delicious and diverse world of curries!

Where: Mentioned restaurants across Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, and Bangalore
When: 14 April to 29 April

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