AAMantran to a mango feast at Made in Punjab, DLF Cyber Hub

Celebrating the season of mango with an a la carte menu starting 16th May 2015

Gurgaon, May 2015: Made in Punjab, the smart-casual dining concept from Massive Restaurants Pvt. Ltd., situated in DLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon, welcomes you to indulge in the most awaited special of the year! Featuring the king of fruits in inimitable creations, the menu emphasizes on delicious mangoes paired seamlessly with savoury and sweet accompaniments. Begin your summer journey with the AAMantran tokri comprising of malai jeera panna, AAM pudina rasa and AAM papad variety.

MADE IN PUNJAB - MANGO FESTIVAL

Also available as a part of the special menu are refreshing salads like chatpata AAM ‘barrel’ salad – Crunchy paneer pakoda, mango cheese, assorted greens, mango chilly dressing and bhap ki murghi – Spiced chicken & mango tubes, crushed peanut, chutney mayo, onions, tomatoes & greens and more. In addition to the a la carte offerings, the menu also features delectable ‘chaat’ options that include ambiyon ki chaat – Mango inspired version of a bhalla papdi chaat and the reinvented AAM bhalla – Mango inspired version of a dahi bhalla amongst others.

MADE IN PUNJAB - MANGO FESTIVAL

A sweet ending to the meal comes with inspired desserts like AAM ‘inside’ kulfi, The ‘phalraj’ and Mango ‘crunch’ narangi. A season to dominate your palate with the tantalizing mango, this menu is a definite not to be missed!

About Made In Punjab

Made in Punjab, the smart-casual dining brand, offers the flavours from the strongest unified sovereign province under Maharaja Ranjit Singh – Punjab covering the Five Rivers. The menu at Made in Punjab comprises of food from the Kingdom, developed after in-depth study and research on the region’s culinary history, tracing the geographical landscape, in its untouched form, reviving some of the lost recipes, in all its glory.

MADE IN PUNJAB - MANGO FESTIVAL

It showcases the culinary strength of gourmet cities like Amritsar, Patiala, Lahore, Peshawar and Baluchistan among other notable regions of the erstwhile Sikh Empire, which apart from being an urbanized amalgamation of different cultures also have been known for their distinguished culinary history. Our menu draws inspiration from this amalgamation of different cultures and traditions, being influenced by the Muslim, Hindu and Sikh cuisines.

About Massive Restaurants Pvt. Ltd.

Regarded as ‘the Prince of Indian cuisine’, Zorawar Kalra, after the successful exit from his maiden venture credited with introducing one of the most awarded regional cuisine restaurant concepts in India, launched Massive Restaurants Pvt. Ltd. in December 2012. Massive Restaurants, spearheaded by Mr. Kalra and mentored by his illustrious father & Czar of Indian Cuisine – Jiggs Kalra, was established with an aim to develop India’s premier brands of restaurants that specialize in targeting all segments of the market, while showcasing the evolution of Indian cuisine and putting Indian food on the global palate permanently.

MADE IN PUNJAB - MANGO FESTIVAL

The Company currently operates under three critically acclaimed, multi award winning brand verticals of premium Fine-Dining Restaurants with the signature Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra, the Smart-Casual Dining Restaurants with the brand Made in Punjab and the modern Indian bistro concept Farzi Café. With the launch of its new modern pan-Asian bistro concept Pa Pa Ya, Massive Restaurants aim to completely reinvent Asian cuisine on a global scale. Massive Restaurants is also working towards introducing a new signature gourmet Indian confectionary concept, which will also be a signature “Jiggs Kalra” to be introduced to Indian diners, shortly.

Address: Made In Punjab, Shop no. 6 & 7,

Ground Floor, DLF Cyber Hub, Cyber City,

Gurgaon

Contact No. : +91 124 4949605, +91 8130911899

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