Relish festive food-fanfare with a photo-op of famous Ganesha immersion at “Revival”, Chowpatty

Traditional delicacies at Revival
Traditional delicacies at Revival

If you are looking for opportunity to catch glimpses of Lord Ganesha and capture in your camera lens, here is a golden opportunity from RevivalRevival, one of the prominent vegetarian restaurant located at Girgaum Chowpatty, has opened its door to devotees and guests. Through “Ganesh Festival – 2017, the restaurant is offering their guests a colloquial photo opportunity throughout the festival and on Ananta Chaturdashi, Tuesday, 5th September.

Revival restaurant was established in year of Indian Independence 1947, has the location advantage of overlooking the Chowpatty beach from where Ganesh immersion’s eagle eye-view is visible from their terrace 39B.

All guests shall be assisted, if they wish to offer the ritualistic auspicious along with floral to their in-restaurant, permanent Ganesh idol. Their Ganesha is established on eco-friendly arch or ‘Makhar’. Special Ganesh music played in the restaurant all along.

All guests shall be greeted with Kokum Sherbet during the Ganesh Festival. Ukadiche Modak, a Ganpati favourite Prasad shall be offered to all guests leaving Revival, after their meal.

Special Ganesh Festival items are featured in Revival’s Indian Thali’s menu on daily basis. Besides Thali, A’la carte orders are also executed from the combo-menu which is served on leaf plates during the Festival days. The festival combination dishes includes   Alu Wadi with Bharli Vangi and Puran or Gul Poli,  Kanda Bhajji, Kavla Chi Bhajji with Vengi Puri and Moongaal Chi Aamti,  Bhokache Wade, Wal Che Bhirde, Takla Chi Bhajji with Tandul Bhakkar,  Khopoli Wada Pav with Matkichi Ussal and Varan Bhaat with Shrikhand, Sabudana Wada, Puneri Misal, Batatya cha Rassa with Chavichi Puri,  Masale Bhaat with Varan and Sabudanachi Kheer and last but not least Piyush.  All Combos are served with ‘Loncha’ pickles, ‘Koshimbir’ salad, Besanchi Mirchi, Feni Papad and peanut-coconut chutney.

Kamlesh Barot, Director - VIE Hospitality
Kamlesh Barot, Director – VIE Hospitality

Kamlesh Barot, Director – VIE Hospitality said “We are following this tradition for many years. It is well appreciated by our guests. We have regular guests who are taking this opportunity and bring new friends and family members to grab this opportunity”.

Author: Sitaram Mewati

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