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Break the Navratri fast with a lavish feast

Hindustan Times logo Hindustan Times 11-10-2018 HT Correspondent

To satisfy your foodie soul even while you're fasting during the Navratris, the nine divine days of fast and prayer, look no further than Pind Balluchi, a chain of restaurants that has introduced a specially crafted Satvik Navratra Menu.

The dine-in Navratra Thali is priced at ' 345 plus taxes and includes starters such as two pieces of Akhrot Bhara Paneer Tikka, followed by two Kuttu Puris, Kaju-Naryal ka Shahi Paneer, Kela-Makhana Kofta, Aloo Rasedar, Samvat Pulao, which will be accompanied by a Salad, Raita, Sabudana Papad, Vrat wale Aloo/ Banana chips and a sweet.

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J S Chadha, chairman, JS Hospitality, says, "If you are looking to strike a balance between fasting and feasting, then dig into the delicious delicacies prepared by our chefs for Navratras."

He further adds, "Pind Balluchi always strives to give best of festivities to the guests and our specially curated Vrat Menu is an expression of our devotion to the Mother Goddess."

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The restaurant also boasts of the home delivery as it offers microwave friendly box packaging in a 5-6 km radius. For Navratra, a special Home Delivery Thali is priced at ' 325 plus taxes.

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