The Lodhi, New Delhi brings the authentic taste of Kerala to the capital
The menu will feature a range of delicacies including staples like Appam with Stew, Puttu with Kadala Curry, a variety of Dosas, and comforting specialties such as Avial, Nandan Mutton Curry, among other dishes.
The Lodhi, New Delhi brings the flavors of the land of God, from Kerala to the heart of the capital. With over 18 years of expertise specializing in southern regional cuisine, Chef Sijesh of DLF NTH Club Kochi brings to the hotel ‘Ammachi Adukkala’ or Mother’s Kitchen.
Chef Sijesh’s journey began in his home kitchen in Kochi, where he began to learn the symphony and nuances of traditional spices and herbs from his mother from an early age. His timeless recipes embody a cooking style rooted in the heart of Kerala and enriched with traditional ingredients, resulting in a fusion of balanced and authentic flavors.
Chef Sijesh specializes in cooking specialties from the northern region of Malabar to the coastal town of Kovalam and has the magical ability to blend regional cuisine with traditional spices which is the specialty of Kerala-style cuisine. Malabari.
Commenting on this collaboration, Rajesh Namby – Managing Director, The Lodhi mentionned, “Lodhi has always been at the forefront of organizing F&B experiences in New Delhi and introducing the best Indian and international cuisines. Chef Sijesh is truly a master of his craft and we are delighted to welcome our customers to experience the authentic menu he has created especially for The Lodhi.“
The menu will feature a range of delicacies including staples like Appam with Stew, Puttu with Kadala Curry, a variety of Dosas, and comforting specialties such as Avial, Thoran, Malabari Prawn Curry, Kozhi Roast and Nandan Mutton Curry, among others. dishes. The offer also includes a selection of authentic rice preparations as an accompaniment. To complete the experience, the selection of desserts boasts of classics like Palada Payasam and Parippu Payasam.