2 new sweet dishes introduced in the menu for the festive season
Bangalore, September 1, 2016: It’s that time of the year again when festivities are in full bloom to celebrate the auspicious time of Ganesh Chaturthi at Bakasur. This festive season Bakasur introduces 2 new sweet dishes in the menu- Modak and Coconut Rice Kheer. While you pray and wish for prosperity and good luck don’t forget to do it with something sweet!
Modaks also known as Kozhukattai in Malayalam hold a special importance in the worship of Lord Ganesha as Modak is known to be his favourite food. Modak comprises of a sweet filling inside that is made up of fresh grated coconut and jaggery, while the soft shell is made from rice flour, or wheat flour mixed with khava or maida flour. The dumpling can be fried or steamed.
While you drool over Modaks, don’t forget to also try out the special Coconut Rice Kheer which is a sweet dish that is made during festivals and special occasions. Feel at home this festive season with Bakasur’s range of sweet specials!
While you get ready to bask in the festivities don’t forget to rejoice in grandeur with Bakasur’s opulent buffet menu that also includes a wide range of appetizers, maincourse and other sweets to choose from.
Come over to Bakasur and binge big this festive season!
Bakasur is located at Koramangala, ITPL, Bellandur and Hebbal. (Manyata Tech Park) Ph: 18002004525
The prices for the buffet range from 549+tax for Veg and Non-veg.
Bakasur provides a unique dining experience that has elevated buffet dining to new heights. The newly launched buffet menu at Bakasur has an array of over 70 dishes that includes the best of various cuisines of India.
Bakasur has an expansive seven course buffet menu that includes Appetizers, Chats, Salads, Pasta & Noodles, Main course and desserts.
The food is prepared freshly in traditional pot style cooking where each dish is individually cooked in pot instead of pan style cooking. Bakasur uses organic vegetables and fruits free of pesticides and chemicals that are grown at their farm.