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Celebrate Valentine’s Day amid the romance of Bollywood with ‘The Great Lovers Grill’ at Sitaaray

Sitaaray, one of the capital’s most unique Indian dining concepts in the heart of Covent Garden, has announced a Bollywood-inspired menu to celebrate Valentine’s Day. ‘The Great Lovers Grill’ will make for an unforgettable date against the colourful and romantic backdrop of Bollywood. If you are looking for the X-factor this Valentine’s Day, this Bollywood themed restaurant is a real talking point for an impressionable date, enhanced by mouth-watering dishes to tantalise the tasetebuds of lovers.

Choose from an unlimited selection of meat, fish and vegetarian kababs before exploring a variety of well-known and authentic curries. At Sitaaray, every dish on the menu is marinated or infused with fresh herbs and spices, grilled and then brought fresh to the table by the experienced chefs.

Highlights of The Great Lovers Grill’ Valentine’s Menu include a variety of delectable dishes such as Prawn Chettinad Fry (Grilled Marinated King Prawn with Coconut and Aromatic Spices); Mix Vegetable Kurma (Fresh Vegetables tempered in Mustard, Curry Leaves in a Coconut Based Gravy); and Dal Makhni (Buttery Black Lentils simmered overnight, finished with Tomatoes, Ginger & Cream). These will be served at diners’ tables along with a selection of popaddams, chutneys, salads and accompaniments including fresh Naan, Parantha and Peshawari Naan

Sitaaray (Hindi for ‘Stars’), combines the very best of authentic Indian cuisine while celebrating India’s other great export – its cinema. The restaurant is set against a stunning cinematic background, celebrating 75 years of Indian cinema. Sitaaray’s colourful décor is dominated by posters and photographs of film legends from Indian movies. Diners can enjoy iconic Bollywood song and dance sequences during dinner as they are played on screens all around the split level restaurant.



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