avour the flavours of Myanmar at Honk, the Pan-Asian restaurant of the Pullman New Delhi Aerocity. The bistro-style specialty restaurant that prides itself in serving street smart food is organising the 'Myanmar Food Festival' from April 13 to 22. The menu has been specially curated with delicacies from Burmese cuisine by Chef Htun Htun Naing from Novotel Yangon Max.
Chef Htun has flown in from Myanmar to share his experience and knowledge of the cuisine, and will be curating the delicacies with authentic flavours. Dishes that stand out from the menu include mouth-watering options such as the ginger poached chicken, lemon prawn also known as Anyar Ka-Yan-Thee Thoke - one of chef's speciality dishes from Central Myanmar, curry lobster ravioli and Yangon crispy pork belly. Chef has also prepared special summer desserts such as the sticky rice, coconut cream, fresh mango and mango sorbet.
Tristan Beau De Lomenie, General Manager Delegate, Pullman & Novotel New Delhi Aerocity said, "For the Myanmar food festival we are delighted to have Chef Htun from Novotel Yagon Max, Myanmar with us. The delicacies are known to have strong and pungent flavours with a bit of influence from Indian, Chinese and Thai cuisines in it. The chefs brings his unequalled culinary skills in Burmese cuisine." He further added, "We invite culinary experts and artists from different parts of the globe to create delightful gastronomic and cultural experiences for our guests."