- Sea Food Festival from Dec 19, 2013 – January 31, 2014
- Authentic and Exotic delicacies on offer
- Choicest of delicacies like Indonesian Grilled/Steamed Pomfret, Standing Pomfret, Red Snapper, Grilled Sole Lemon Chilly Fish, Lobster with Zing Zing Sauce to titillate your taste buds.
Get ready for a lot more than just a whiff of the sea breeze!!! City based oriental restaurant, Purple Rice today announced its Sea Food Festival, offering wide variety of authentic and exotic sea food to titillate your taste buds.
Speaking on the food fest, Vipul Dua, MD, Purple Rice & Peddlers said, “Chandigarh is a city of foodies who love to explore new and varied delicacies. Off late, there has been a growing demand for authentic and exotic sea food which is not commonly available. Purple Rice is catering to this demand through its expansive sea food menu which has on offer exotic delicacies like Indonesian Grilled/Steamed Pomfret, Standing Pomfret, Red Snapper, Grilled Sole Lemon Chilly Fish, Lobster with Zing Zing Sauce etc to name a few. The sea food festival at Purple Rice would give sea food lovers an opportunity to savour the choicest of authentic sea food dishes like never before.”
For those who love the flavour of prawn, crab, fish and other such offerings of the sea accompanied by lip smacking and tongue twirling sauces, Purple Rice sea food festival is the place to go. Beginning on Dec 19, 2013, the festival would continue throughout the festive month of December and extend to the New Year as well, ending on Jan 31, 2014.
“Our menu comprises offerings like Indonesian Grilled/Steamed Pomfret, Standing Pomfret, Red Snapper, Singapore Style Chilly Crabs, Crabs Black Pepper, Grilled Sole Lemon Chilly Fish, Lobster with Zing Zing Sauce, Chilly Oysters, Chef Spl Zed Sea Food Soup etc to choose from,” said Chef Bikram Lepcha, Master Chef, Purple Rice.
Sea food enthusiasts can pair the delicacies with wines and beer on offer as both the drinks go well with the food. Those with a sweet tooth can relish the delectable cakes from the menu.
“The sea food festival at Purple Rice, while catering to existing sea food lovers is also aiming to cultivate new lovers of these awesome mouth-watering dishes in the city,” added Mr Dua.