Dana Choga, a restaurant known for its delectable North Indian cuisine, is back again with a specially curated menu for the festive season of Navratri. Celebrating three decades of culinary excellence, Dana Choga’s annual tradition is designed for those observing a nine-day fast during Navratri.
This unique menu, crafted without onion, garlic, or wheat, aims to cater to fasting enthusiasts while offering a delightful and diverse culinary experience. Alongside the festive offerings, Dana Choga says they also present an extensive a-la-carte selection of delectable North Indian dishes.
A Culinary Tradition
Dana Choga says, “India has a very diverse cultural fabric, which we constantly try and incorporate in our menu. Our chefs work round the year to introduce new food items; this Navratra menu being one of them. Our patrons come back for this every year and the Sattvik thali has become a hot favourite over the years.”
What sets Dana Choga’s Navratri Thali apart is its meticulous ingredient selection. Prepared using Sendha Namak (Rock Salt), the thali consists of a delectable array of items, including Singhare ki Poori, Aloo Paneer Cutlets, Jeera Aloo, Paneer Tamatri, Pineapple Raita, and a sweet finale with Kesari Coconut Laddoo.
The standout Singhara Atta (water chestnut flour) Poori, renowned for its quality and health benefits, takes centre stage, differentiating itself from the commonly used Kuttu Atta (Buckwheat Flour).
How to Enjoy
Dana Choga says this Navratri menu will be available at all 16 Dana Choga outlets across Delhi and the NCR region from October 15th to 22nd, with operating hours from 11 am to 11 pm. The Navratra Thali is priced at Rs 415. With a meal for two averaging between Rs 600-800, Dana Choga said it ensures a culinary celebration during the festive season of Navratri. If dining in is not your preference, the restaurant offers the option to order from their website or through popular food delivery apps.
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With 29 years of legacy, Dana Choga is celebrated for its authentic North Indian cuisine. Operating from 16 outlets, the brand has a delivery network covering Delhi and the NCR region.
Dana Choga said it has plans in the pipeline, including a customised Diwali Party Starter box for card parties, an elaborate signature cocktail menu at their newly launched South Delhi outlet, and an array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options for the upcoming winter season.