This Iconic Hotel In Mumbai Is Celebrating Lazzat Marathi Pakwan Food Festival This March

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
This Iconic Hotel In Mumbai Is Celebrating Lazzat Marathi Pakwan Food Festival This March

Maharashtra’s culinary culture has an incredible diversity as the flavours keep changing with the changing landscape. From the coastal region to the plateau, Maharashtra’s culinary culture is simply rich and something you must explore at least once. So, if you are willing to set off on a culinary journey, we have something for you. Visit Mumbai’s iconic Ambassador hotel as it is celebrating the Lazzat Marathi Pakwan food festival. 

Lazzat Marathi Pakwan Food Festival

Mumbai’s imperial-age hotel is celebrating the diverse culinary culture of Maharashtra with the Lazzat Marathi Pakwan food festival. The food festival will be held for two days, from March 24 to March 26. The hotel’s all-day multicuisine coffee shop, Flavours Café, will be the host for the same. 

You can visit the place from 7:30 pm to 11 pm on the said dates to enjoy Maharashtra’s different cuisines. The food festival will have a buffet with cuisines of Konkan, Vidarbha, and Mumbai. It will also host various regional recipes from Maharashtra.

Be it Pune’s revered misal pav, Nagpur’s orange burfi, Kolhapur’s mutton tambda rassa, or Mumbai’s vada pav, the festival will cover it all. Giving the guests a wholesome experience, the food festival will take you on a culinary journey. 

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Celebrated Dishes Of The Era

While a-la-carte options are available at the restaurant, the buffet menu at Flavours Cafe is only INR 1652/- all-inclusive. 

Manvendra Rashk, the general manager of the Ambassador Hotel, said that Maharashtrian cuisine is vast and caters to all tastes and preferences. From tangy to sweet or spicy, Maharashtra’s cuisine has it all. The age-old significance of ingredients and recipes is something that has added glory to the culinary culture of the state. 

With this festival, the hotel wants to bring age-old recipes to the forefront and let people know about them. They want to celebrate dishes of a bygone era. 

The tall white majestic The Ambassador Mumbai, which is over 75 years old, overlooks the majestic Queen’s Necklace and the gleaming waters of the Arabian Sea. Over the years, the hotel has celebrated traditional cuisines and strives to provide a glimpse into the same through specially curated food festivals.

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