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An invitation from the Indian High Commissioner Ravi Bangar was a good opportunity to get to know the people who run the Higher Hotel Institute of Cyprus (HHIC) and their students.
The invitation was to taste the student’s culinary creation during the Indian Week, one of many featured cuisines where visitors get to enjoy top-rate food at the humble price of just 7-8 euros a person. Aromas and tastes from India were the main characteristics of the rich buffet which featured a chicken Tikka Masala with mango and apple chutney, the Madras potatoes with coriander and mint, and the Shirkhand yoghurt crème with saffron.
The HHIC training restaurant is open three times a week for lunch Wednesday and Thursday from 1.30 to 3.30pm.
The next featured cuisines at the HHIC are “Tastes of North Africa” (Maghreb) on December 2-4, “Tex-Mex” on December 9-11 and a Christmas menu on December 16-18.
For reservations call 22404847 and 22404800 or visit their website www.hhic.ac.cy