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Kava in Chandi­garh spe­cialises in pro­vid­ing an ex­otic amal­ga­ma­tion of In­dian, Ital­ian, Ori­en­tal and con­ti­nen­tal flavours. “To­day, the world is shrink­ing and that holds true for food as well. Our well- trav­elled lo­cal and ex­pa­tri­ate clients are knowl­edge­able of world cuisines and look for in­ter­est­ing vari­a­tions of these,” says Mi­lan Prab­hat, Ex­ec­u­tive Sous Chef at Kava. Prab­hat and his team of 12 chefs have ac­quired a rep­u­ta­tion among their ex­pat and lo­cal clients for their ric­cota and sun­dried tomato potli samosa, basil pa­neer tikka, and wasabi prawns, wrapped with a le­mon grass dip. Cer­tain fu­sion dishes, es­pe­cially the ones com­bin­ing In­dian tastes with the

good­ness of Ital­ian in­gre­di­ents, are low on spices, and hence health­ier,” says Prab­hat. A hot sell­ing fu­sion del­i­cacy at Kava is basil pa­neer tikka— a healthy mix of In­dian and con­ti­nen­tal in­gre­di­ents. It’s pre­pared by mar­i­nat­ing chopped pa­neer pieces in curd, ric­cota cheese, gin­ger and gar­lic. Once the dish is grilled to per­fec­tion, it is gar­nished with chili flakes and oregano, served with sweet basil sauce. Tim­ings 12 p. m to 3 p. m; 7 p. m to 1 a. m Where S. C. O 14, Sec­tor- 26, Mad­hya Marg, Chandi­garh Av­er­age Meal For Two Rs 1,200 to Rs 1,400 plus taxes Tel 09216686410

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