Jaypee Vasant Continental Celebrates Navratri With Extraordinaire Thali
CELEBRATING THE FESTIVITIES WITH NAVRATRI THALI @ PAATRA, JAYPEE VASANT CONTINENTAL
This Navratri, Paatra is ready to turn your fast into a feast with its glorious Navratri Thali. Devoid of onion, garlic, and everyday cereals, the thali is beautifully and carefully assembled to appease our patrons.
With an eclectic array of scrumptious dishes like Mawe Wali Lassi, Zafrani Paneer Korma, Lauki Ka Bhartha, Sunheri Paneer Tikka, Dahi Bhalla and much more- this Navratri Thali is an optimum way to enjoy the fast. The delicate hints of desi ghee and mild seasoning add to the aromatic experience.
Come and indulge, because it is no ordinary thali.
Validity: 10th- 19th October 2018
Paatra, the new fine-dining restaurant at Jaypee Vansant Continental, Delhi takes you on a culinary journey from Amritsar to Lahore to Indian Cuisine. Here different ‘paatras’ or utensils determine the unique cooking methods that conserve the unique flavor of your food. It is an elegant restaurant that promises to deliver an unforgettable food experience.
Strategically located in the Diplomatic Enclave of New Delhi, Jaypee Vasant Continental has been a landmark in the city’s hospitality landscape. Conveniently located 8 kms from the domestic airport and 12 km from the International airport, the hotel is an exquisite blend of business and pleasure. The 119 well-appointed guest rooms including 11 suites, 20 premium clubs, and 22 Club Royal rooms offer modern amenities and luxury conveniences to all their guests. The abundant greenery makes this expansive property easily noticeable and offers everything in terms of recreation and rejuvenation from a gleaming swimming pool, to a full-fledged health spa and a variety of dining options.
Navarathri is a nine nights (and ten days) Hindu festival, celebrated in the autumn every year. It is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Indian subcontinent. Theoretically, there are four seasonal Navratri. However, in practice, it is the post-monsoon autumn festival called Sharada Navratri that is the most observed in the honor of the divine feminine Devi (Durga). The festival is celebrated in the bright half of the Hindu calendar month Ashvin, which typically falls in the Gregorian months of September and October.