Director of Public Relations
The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore
No 99 Residency Road,
Bangalore -560025, India
M: +91 910.844.4931 firstname.lastname@example.org
BANGALORE, March 2017: April will see The Ritz-Carlton, Bangalore stage a sublime culinary experience by London based Chef, Atul Kochhar, as he showcases accents from 3 of his well-known restaurants.
A three night tryst at Riwaz will have guests get a flavor of Lima on the first night, NRI on the second, culminating this surreal dining experience on a definitive crescendo with a carefully crafted menu from the glorious Benaras.
The Menus on each night will be styled after the cuisine style from that particular restaurant, so diners can celebrate accents of their choice….or all 3 on the consecutive nights.
Date - 7th April – Lima
Lima, the Latin American Lounge Bar by Chef Atul Kochhar in BKC Mumbai has a menu based on the trending Peruvian cuisine and is an uber chic tapas bar. Michelin star quality meets Mexican, Brazilian and Peruvian food accents. Expect a refreshing Sea bass Ceviche, Quinoa and mint salad, Chichamorada granita made from purple corn (and popular in Peru) but allow the show stopper, black cod miso to do most of the talking.
Date - 8th April – NRI
Chef Atul Kochhar returned from London to home shores with a flavour palate that is not just Indian (or NRI) but has global influences from the Indian diaspora living all across the world. NRI is his labour of love and this happening restaurant in Mumbai serves global Indian cuisine that is both casual and comforting. The Menu on the 8th April will have Mamak rojak salad, the favourite fruit salad of Indian migrants in Malaysia and Durban’s famous mutton Bunny chow to name a few . To punctuate the courses there will be Imli kokum jeera gola, a tangy sorbet made with tamarind.
Date - 9th April – Benaras
Benares delivers acclaimed modern Indian cuisine as chic as its location in central Mayfair in London. Putting progressive Indian cuisine on the map, this restaurant also got Atul Kochhar his 2nd Michelin star. The outstanding menu on the 9th will be the pièce de résistance, taking diners to a sublime high with dishes such as Pan Seared Scallop with jhal muri, grape and ginger dressing, chargrilled Scottish salmon with coconut and curry leaf sauce with the sweet master stroke - Rhubarb Bhapa Doi, Gulab Jamun Brulée. This gala evening will be the befitting finale to the 3 day Atul Kochhar experiential.
About Atul Kochhar
As the very first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star, accomplished during his tenure as Head Chef at Tamarind in 2001, he then went on to open the highly acclaimed Benares Restaurant & Bar for which he was awarded another Michelin star in 2007. With regular return trips to his native country, India, Atul ensures that his creative dishes constantly evolve and continue to surprise and delight the senses. He has had the honor to cook for Prince Charles at St. James’ Palace and was invited to meet Her Majesty, The Queen. Dedicating time outside of the kitchen to philanthropic endeavors, Atul has worked with The Prince’s Trust and stands as an ambassador to The British Asian Trust to support high impact charities in South Asia and the UK. Author of several cookbooks, Atul has been a consultant chef for Marks & Spencer and has also made numerous television appearances. When not busy with one of his various projects, the chef enjoys spending time at home in London with his wife Deepti and their two young children.
Dates – 7th, 8th, 9th April
Dinner timing – 6.30 pm to 11:30 pm
INR 4000 plus taxes per person for 7th, 8th April
INR 4500 plus taxes per person for 9th April
INR 2500 extra for wine paired with courses per person (on any of the 3 nights)
Limited seats in the kitchen bar: INR 5200 plus taxes per person
For Group Bookings
Enoteca private area (max 4 guests) - INR 20000 plus taxes for 4 persons
Special 3 days Experiential :
INR 12000 plus taxes per person