A taste of In­dia

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - FRONT PAGE -

IN­DULGE in an authen­tic taste of In­dia at the Ma­hara­jas Palm Cove Res­tau­rant, a pop­u­lar ex­pe­ri­ence with lo­cals and tourists alike a mere stone’s throw from the beau­ti­ful trop­i­cal palm tree-lined beach. The menu at the Ma­hara­jas Palm Cove con­tains the finest recipes col­lected from the princely houses of Kash­mir, Bar­oda, Sailana, Hy­der­abad, Awadh and Jaipur. These states of In­dia have the dis­tinc­tion of re­fin­ing cer­tain recipes and style of cook­ing to the point where the cui­sine was named af­ter them. Dishes are per­son­ally cooked by owner Dinkrit Singh, who picked up his pas­sion for cook­ing in his younger days in In­dia while din­ing with var­i­ous ma­hara­jas and their fam­i­lies. His truly authen­tic and ex­quis­ite dishes are culled from the se­cret archives of the Ma­hara­jas of In­dia. His early ca­reer in hos­pi­tal­ity, at the Cairns In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel and his de­gree from the Aus­tralian In­ter­na­tional Ho­tel School at Canberra has given him a great plat­form to in­dulge in his pas­sion for cre­at­ing a res­tau­rant with a real dif­fer­ence. You are in­vited to come and try out these won­der­ful, mouth-wa­ter­ing dishes at the Ma­hara­jas Palm Cove on Satur­day night. For book­ings call 4055 3599.

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