JAMMU, July 11: Cygnett Park Asia, Jammu has come up with Chinese Cuisine ‘Horoscope Food Feast’ which is going to begin from tomorrow (i.e. Friday) at Yangtse.
Disclosing this, Executive Chef of Cygnett Park Asia, Jammu, Naresh Dabral said, “This time we are serving the famous ‘Horoscope Food Feast’ well nurtured and accepted in India as it is old belief that your Zodiac sign leads your choice of food, eating habits, personality, taste and that all transferred all positive energy most suitable for once body and soul”.
“We are serving all ingredients and sauce which carries the most positivity with great taste. We have chosen all the delicacies and ingredients which impact on you, like hot spice sauce relief stress, various fruits and nuts gives you luxury, richness and energy while variety of meals gives you feel of exotic seafood, mushroom and vegetables gives you cool and calmness whereas poultry, lemon and squash give you luxury and comfort. So we named it ‘Feast of Horoscope”, Dabral said, adding that they have invited Chef Ho Ken of Chinese origin, especially for the festival to serve their patron guests his signature dishes.
Speaking on the occasion, Chef Ho Ken briefed about his few signature craft dishes like Sushi, dim, sums, tofu and black fungus dry red chilli, perking duck, southern style lemon fish, Sanghai chicken in papar, Szechuan style pomfret, dragon chicken, sliced chicken chilli oyster, Buddha’s delight and many more with dessert like sticky rice with mango and fried ice creams.
Corporate Chef, Ajay Markan, was also there as he worked closely and guides his team always to serve some unique and new experience in all Cygnett hotels to enhance various cuisines throughout in the group.
Debasish Chandra, regional Director, Preopening & Development, Cygnett Hotels & Resorts, apprised that they been organizing various food festivals every year and they are having a good response from the elite of Jammu. “So, walk in with your friends and family and get ready to relish ‘the Feast of Horoscope’ oriental cuisine starting from July 12 to July 21.