CHENNAI: In an goal to offer Chennaiites an solely global stage culinary working experience, the Spicy Haat at Hyatt Regency, Teynampet has revamped its ‘Sunday Brunch’ menu. The new menu focuses on European, Italian, street-style Middle-Eastern, Asian and Indian cuisines. “Our principle is to provide the world to the plate. By means of this revamped menu we have specified novel flavours and a new direction to our Sunday Brunch,” says Manish Uniyal, government chef at Hyatt.
Chef Manish and his team have completed a very good task in retaining the genuine flavours. “We have selected dishes that charm to the Indian palate,” he adds. They also have a independent counter focused to preparing egg dishes that are well-known across the environment these as Shakshuka, Spanish omelette, and Egg benedict amid other individuals.
Offering an equivalent quantity of veg and non-veg savours, the menu will alter each individual week. The brunch not only concentrates on international cuisines but also Indian relishes as perfectly. Among the the appetisers, the delicious Durbari tangdi is the excellent mix of spice and juicy hen. The succulent-still- crispy Italian Hen milanese served with mayonnaise is a good chunk prior to having into the primary training course.
Lamb and chickpeas cooked in tomato sauce in Moroccan lamb stew stands out for its tangy style. However, the meat was chewy. The South American grill – Parrilla, has grilled paneer, pineapple, carrot and capsicum, with smoky flavour and texture.
Using our concentrate to Center-Japanese delicacies, the Turkish kebaberie is a relish of minced chicken blended with sauces and veggies, stuffed in a hot puppy bun. From the distinctive egg counter, the Egg benedict is delicate, without the overpowering style of egg. You can expertise sour, savoury and a little bit of sweetness with the Saffron semolina steak in Arrabiata sauce.
The dessert part is heaven for the sweet tooths. The Vanilla creme brulee and Orange crostata are must-test. Amongst these, the Orange crostata is a mixture of the citric taste of orange and the delicate style of the tart that makes the dessert exotic.
If you desire to test a little something distinctive and not-so-sweet, Avocado semi freddo should be on your list. The Sunday Brunch also has dwell counters for Chaat, street-fashion Burmese meals, and Pasta and you can appreciate the food items with a live tunes performance.
The Globetrotter’s Sunday Brunch will be accessible each and every week on Sunday at the Spicy Haat in Hyatt Regency Chennai, Teynampet.