Dim Sum Food Festival at Shiro | #MacroTraveller

By MACRO TRAVELLER

Shiro’s Dim Sum festival is boasting 40 diverse types of Dumplings and Momos with an exciting twist of Cocktail. Dim Sum feast started on July 7, and Dim sum lovers are savouring in the flavours of the Orient during the monsoon with a hot steaming dim sum line up. The festival is all for two months, until August 31 and is possessing 40 Dim Sums menu to pick from. Each variant is handpicked to tantalise the guest’s taste – buds.

The food menu was paired beside some unique imbued cocktails like Peach Thai Chilli Martini which is an intriguing combination of fresh peach, Thai chilli, lime juice, and vodka.

Grapefruit & Elderflower Martini comes replete with some of the favourite flavours like fresh pink grapefruit juice and home-made Elder flower syrup served in a chilled martini glass.

Another great option is the Rosemary & Pomegranate Martini with grenadine, fresh rosemary and pomegranate juice and Vanilla & Sweet Sherry Martini consisting of sherry wine, maple syrup, Angostura bitters, vanilla syrup and orange peel.

The Festival’s extensive menu has vegetarian, non-vegetarian as well as vegan dim sums. They are ready for sharing baskets with choices of four, six and nine variants.

Exotic Signature Preparations!

Spicy Broccoli and Water chestnut Dumplings, Mushroom and Cream Cheese Dumplings with Truffle Broth, Hoisin Duck Dumplings, Chicken Pearl Dumplings, Curried Prawns Gua Bao Dumpling, Edamame & Truffle Dumpling, there’s plenty to leave you spoilt for choice.

Enjoy each delicacy with complementing flavours of free flowing hot and cool teas as well as infused cocktails. For those who’d like to try a little bit of everything, assorted dim sum sharing baskets take care of your every craving.

The restaurant has experimented with various ingredients and has brought in some brilliant dim sums like Kung pao flavoured dumplings, Phoenix eye Dumpling, Chicken Pearl dumpling, prawns & Bell Pepper dumplings, xiao long bao chicken dumpling- the traditional soup dumpling & more.

An interesting twist to the cocktail menu is a unique addition to an egg and tea-infused cocktail called Rose in Bloom Martini with Gordon’s gin, rose in bloom tea, elderflower syrup, egg white, angostura bitters and rose petals.

Monsoon is the perfect time to head a festival celebrating Dim Sums. The fest promises to be lip smacking.

The festival, which will be on until August 31, will be held across their outlets in Mumbai and Bengaluru.

Where? Address!

Bengaluru: 222, 3rd Floor, Triple Height, Vittal Mallya Road, Bengaluru

Mumbai: Bombay Dyeing Mill Compound, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli

Festival Dates: July 7 – August 31st, 2017

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