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The Aromas of Karnataka
Homecooked authentic Karavali food in my beautiful garden house!
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  • Maximum Guest: 10
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Booking Details
  • JP Nagar, Bengaluru
  • Rs 575 per person
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  • Inspiration
    Shalini Murthy​ was born and brought up in the Udupi district of southern Karnataka. After completing her education as an arts graduate, she moved to Bangalore to join her husband in 1982. Since then she has contributed as the partner at Erkadi Systems, an indigenous medical equipment manufacturing company. She has been an active member of the ELCIA Trust and of the ELCIA executive committee. Her affinity to help little children has led her to undertake projects which involve improvement of conditions for the Government School children in and around Electronics City. One of her other pet issues is conservation of trees. She along with ELCIA have been instrumental in getting over 10000 saplings planted in the Electronics City Area. She also serves as an executive committee member of Destination Heritage. This is an organisation devoted to the task of helping the citizens appreciate the very rich, but mostly unknown historical heritage of Bangalore. Apart from this, her love for the written word has led her to publish a number of articles in publication which are varied in nature. She is also an art enthusiast and paints as a hobby. She has a passion to help and her only wish for the future is to enrich the quality of our environment as well as its people. She is a celebrated cook, and her love for her hometown, combined with her enthusiasm to entertain guests has led her to start a new endeavor called Baalga.
  • What we will be doing?
    Spend a relaxed morning digging into the most delectable facet of the glorious Kannada culture. Savour a variety of the choicest vegetarian dishes chosen from the Karavali region of coastal Karnataka. Take back nuggets of information on the origin and evolution of these dishes over the years. All this in the exquisite setting of a stately mansion conveniently located close to the city centre.
  • What is included

    Lounge in a lush garden, relish the delicious cuisine and soak in a bit of the essence of this rich tradition.
     

    Food and Beverages

    Beverages

    Cocum Juice

    A refeshing tangy cooler made with Cocum and Jaggery. A kick of sour and sweet!.

     

    Apetizers

    Goli Baje

    Crispy fried snack made of spiced batter. Tastes so good when you bite into it's crunchy exterior dunked in some delectable chutney!.

    Papaya Salad

    Crunchy raw Papayas with herbs and peanuts. The tangy sweetnes of raw papaya combines with the crunchyness of the peanuts and flavours of herbs to make one hell of a refereshing dish!.

     

    The Main Course

    Mangalore Rasam

    The calssic Rasam with lentils and Mangalore style blended spices.Tangy, spicy and hot! The most famous of Indian soups. 

    Potato Saung

    A speciality of the Konkan region, this is a spicy Potato curry tossed with whole spices and fresh, aromatic herbs!.

    Onion & Ginger Chutney

    Coconut chutney flavoured with traditional spices, onions and ginger.Doesn't look that great, but trust me when you mix it in your food, you can't stop yourself from taking more!.

    Brinjal Potato & Capsicum Palya

    A mildly flavoured dry preparation with assorted vegetables. A perfect side dish.

    Bisibele Bath

    A rice-based dish made with lentils, vegetables, peanuts and spices. The proud of Karavali, this steaming and spicy bowl of rice and lentils will make you all warm in your tummy!.

    Steamed Rice

    Brown rice option available.

     

    Desert

    Sabbakki Paayasa

    A coconut-milk based dessert made with Sabudana nuggets. Tapioca pearls when combined with coconut milk makes for a velvety desert  interspersed by gooey tapioca pearls!.

    Lounge in a lush garden, relish the delicious cuisine and soak in a bit of the essence of this rich tradition.
     

    Food and Beverages

    Beverages

    Cocum Juice

    A refeshing tangy cooler made with Cocum and Jaggery. A kick of sour and sweet!.

     

    Apetizers

    Goli Baje

    Crispy fried snack made of spiced batter. Tastes so good when you bite into it's crunchy exterior dunked in some delectable chutney!.

    Papaya Salad

    Crunchy raw Papayas with herbs and peanuts. The tangy sweetnes of raw papaya combines with the crunchyness of the peanuts and flavours of herbs to make one hell of a refereshing dish!.

     

    The Main Course

    Mangalore Rasam

    The calssic Rasam with lentils and Mangalore style blended spices.Tangy, spicy and hot! The most famous of Indian soups. 

    Potato Saung

    A speciality of the Konkan region, this is a spicy Potato curry tossed with whole spices and fresh, aromatic herbs!.

    Onion & Ginger Chutney

    Coconut chutney flavoured with traditional spices, onions and ginger.Doesn't look that great, but trust me when you mix it in your food, you can't stop yourself from taking more!.

    Brinjal Potato & Capsicum Palya

    A mildly flavoured dry preparation with assorted vegetables. A perfect side dish.

    Bisibele Bath

    A rice-based dish made with lentils, vegetables, peanuts and spices. The proud of Karavali, this steaming and spicy bowl of rice and lentils will make you all warm in your tummy!.

    Steamed Rice

    Brown rice option available.

     

    Desert

    Sabbakki Paayasa

    A coconut-milk based dessert made with Sabudana nuggets. Tapioca pearls when combined with coconut milk makes for a velvety desert  interspersed by gooey tapioca pearls!.

  • Where we will be?
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  • You Should Know:
    • No
      Alcohol
    • No
      footwear
      inside
    • Not
      Required
    • No
      Smoking
    • No Pets
      at home
    • Pets
      not allowed
    • Child
      Friendly
    • No Parking
      Provided
    • No AC
  • Cancellation Terms:
    All OpenOut experiences can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Booking Details
  • JP Nagar, Bengaluru
  • Rs 575 per person
The Aromas of Karnataka
18 Feb 2018
1
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Rs 500
Service Fee:
Rs 75
Total
Rs 575
Num of People:
1
Grand Total:
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