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Fasting during Navratri apart from being a widely practised religious custom is also a great way to detox. However, most Navratri menus are very high on calories and fat content which is not ideal for someone breaking a fast.
In the mains, we particularly enjoyed the Khattu Meethu kaddu which has the right hint of spice and is cooked to perfection. This is served with a potato sabzi, kuttu atta rotis and steamed rice.
I felt completely light after the meal as none of the dishes were oily or spicy but managed to retain wonderful flavour. The menu really takes traditional Navratri/fasting delicacies and reinterprets them in classic Bawa style for a memorable experience. This one’s a clear winner.
Review Credit – Ridhima Hakeem
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