Flavours of Kerala at GRAND HYATT GOA

Spice up your summer with sensational cuisine from the coast of Malabar this May at Grand Hyatt Goa.  Expert guest Chef Latha, a culinary genius from Grand Hyatt Kochi, brings to you authentic favourites and her very own signature recipes.

Experience a spread of rich and aromatic dishes from 13 to 27 May 2022 at Chulha where Chef Latha will take charge of the kitchens.

Chef Latha, Chef de Cuisine at the Malabar Café, Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty, empowered herself from the norms of the society and mastered the culinary arts. With exceptional knowledge and hands-on experience in age-old Kerala cuisines, the extraordinary woman takes pride in her own recipe book to be published later this year and has more than 3,000 original recipes in her repository.

An ardent promoter of good food concept, Chef Latha is also the patron of organic cooking which speaks about the type of food she brings to the table. Kappadu Kaya Curry and Meen Manga Thakkali Curry are her signature specialties, a must try at the festival.

Special beverages all the way from Kochi will also accompany the meals. Choose from a specially curated menu that include options of seafood, meats, vegetarian and non-vegetarian thalis and enjoy the simple and rich flavours of the South, from spicy to sweet and sour.

Venue: Chulha at Grand Hyatt Goa

When: 13 to 27 May, 2022

Time: 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM

For more details and reservations call +91 770 900 4913

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