Friday, November 7th, 2014

The London Marriott Hotel Park Lane Teams Up With the Urban Rajah for an Epicurean Adventure

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- In a country where chicken tikka is considered a national food, it stands to reason that a Great Indian Food Feast would be well-received. But a feast set within the casually elegant Lanes of London restaurant (located in the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane) and prepared by the self-styled Urban Rajah (a food writer and cook) is a different matter altogether. This four-course dinner on November 20th combines flavour with flair for an event that promises to attract the attention of serious foodies as well as those who just love a good curry.

Lanes of London has long stood out among Mayfair restaurants for its innovative pairings of classic British fair with global street food. And it is in this tradition that the Urban Rajah is hosting his supper club, also known as The Great Indian Food Feast, for just £ 30 per person.

Designed to transport guests from their seats at a Park Lane luxury hotel to the exotic smells and flavours of India, each course celebrates the culinary traditions of the subcontinent while catering to sophisticated palates. After a lassi amuse-bouche, for example, guests will tuck into a tiffin starter of paneer pakora and shami kebabs. The main dish nods to the era of the British Raj with dak bungalow chicken curry, while the sweet pistachio kulfi with spicy pineapple balances the rest of the meal's fiery flavours. Throughout it all, guests can sip on India's No. 1 beer, Kingfisher Beer, or the Elaichi Mango cocktail, which mixes gin with lime and mango-and-cardamom puree.

The Great Indian Food Feast may only last one night, but it's not the only opportunity to taste the Urban Rajah's culinary prowess at one of the finest luxury hotels in London. Lanes of London facilitates an exciting guest-chef programme known as Food Hero, which invites an avant-garde culinary professional to contribute a dish to the menu for a limited time. Between now and the rest of the year, the Urban Rajah serves as the restaurant's Food Hero, and his £ 12 Tiffin Board gives diners a taste of what will be featured at his supper-club event. The Tiffin Board includes a selection of favourite Indian dishes: shami kebab (minced lamb), aloo tikki (potato-and-cumin cutlets), paneer pakoras and masala fried whitebait.

Whether guests arrive for The Great Indian Food Feast or a casual Tiffin Board lunch, Lanes of London and the Urban Rajah promise to give them a taste of the capital city they won't soon forget.

About the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane
Unique among London hotels near Hyde Park, the 5-star London Marriott Hotel Park Lane occupies a late-Edwardian apartment building and features luxe amenities with a sleekly sumptuous aesthetic. Guests enjoy beautifully designed rooms with luxury bedding and views of Hyde Park and Oxford Street, as well as a fitness centre and dramatic indoor pool. The hotel's Lanes of London restaurant and bar celebrates modern British cuisine with an exciting mix of traditional dishes, internationally-inspired street food and afternoon tea. The vibrant mix of style and amenities on property reflects the electric atmosphere just outside the hotel's doors. Guests enjoy a prime location that puts Oxford Street, Bond Street shopping, galleries, museums and attractions all within an easy distance.

CONTACT: 
London Marriott Hotel Park Lane
140 Park Lane
London, England W1K 7AA United Kingdom
44-20-7493 7000
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/lonpl-london-marriott-hotel-park-lane/ 

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