Encompassing cuisines from Italian to Chinese and continental to Indian, Vivanta by Taj in Gurgaon is set to hosting a special brunch on the occasion with luscious tri-coloured delicacies like 'Darbari Gosht', 'Navrattan Korma', 'Barista Pulao', 'Tri-coloured Hummus' and 'Vegetable Crepes with Cheese Cream Sauce' on offer.
Their 'Trio Smoothie' doused in the hues of the national flag is a special attraction on the dessert menu.
Urban Pind, another eatery has curated a special menu for foodies, especially those with a sweet tooth, featuring exotic tri-colour sweet-dishes like Mousse, Shahi Tukda with Beetroot Halwa and Slush.
At Radisson Blu, those with a taste for spicy and tangy, are likely to have a gala time gorging over their quirky a la carte menu majorly consisting of snack-time munchies. "There is moong dal pakodi with two types chutneys of mint and saunt in shot glasses. We will be having the buffet as well as some a la carte items," says Chef Manoj of the restaurant.

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For their week-long Independence day carousal, they are set to unleash their tri-coloured Satwik platter. The platter is a combination of four servings of creamy saffron curry or Sambhar from South India, White Rice from the western Ghats, green coriander and mint curd representing northern India and the Ashok Chakra depicted by the blueberry mishti doi from West Bengal.


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