This season, Barbeque Nation brings a slice of Thailand to your platter by hosting a Thai Food Festival. ‘Sawatdee’ (which means ‘hello’ in Thai) festival offers you a chance to experience a feast all the way from South East Asia. Decorations of wooden boats, cane hats, waiters dressed in Thai livery and colorful lanterns hanging from the ceiling will transport you to the quaint streets of Thailand. A delightful gastronomical journey beckons you at Barbeque Nation’s 9 outlets in Delhi-NCR region (Connaught Place, Jangpura, Saket, Vasant Kunj, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Vivek Vihar, Noida and Gurgaon) between July 8 and July 26, 2015.
Signature dishes include Tom Yum Kai – an aromatic, thin, spicy and sour chicken soup blended with Thai spices; Bi Kaeng Kung – succulent prawns perfectly marinated with curry leaf and hot chili Thai sauce; Ratchaburi Kai (Malai Basil Chicken) – delicately barbecued chicken in basil, cardamom and cheese marinade; Phad ki phrik – a very popular Thai dish prepared with stir fried chicken, lots of chili, Thai spices and cashew nut in red curry; Thai Pla Kaeng – a traditional fish delicacy cooked in coconut milk sauce and Thai spiced spinach and Chamachuri Prawns– a lip-smacking Thai preparation made with coconut tossed in prawns crust.
Get swept away by delectable vegetarian preparations such as Som Tom – a classic raw papaya delicacy from Thailand tossed with garden fresh beans, light soy sauce and palm sugar dressing that brings out the sweet flavor of the raw papaya perfectly; Chiang Mai Mushrooms – succulent mushrooms marinated in Thai green spices and fresh cilantro and barbecued to perfection; Lampang Tofu – a deep fried Tofu in filo pastry sheets; Pad Thai Noodles – a very famous Thai street food prepared using flat glass noodles, hint of palm sugar and lots of soy sauce that sure will leave you craving for more. Additionally, there is a Satay Junction, a live counter presenting authentic Thai street food. Make your barbecues from a wide selection of vegetables, meats and sauces displayed at the counter.