Doma Wang is taken into account Kolkata’s momo evangelist. Now discover out why. She is in Chennai’s Hyatt Regency for a five-day meals pop up that includes Nepali and Tibetan meals.
The pop up is curated by mother-daughter duo Doma Wang and Sachiko Seth, house owners of Blue Poppy Thakali, Kolkata, a restaurant that specialises in delectables like phaktu, shaphalay, chilli pork, pork shapta, and Nepali mutton curry.
Count on a recreation of Blue Poppy’s signature dishes, starring — after all — momos in pork, hen, lamb and vegetarian choices. The menu additionally guarantees pan-fried momos, thukpa, Tibetan soup, chilli butter wings and shrimp balls, ready by Doma, Sachiko and their crew. Group all of it with gobindobhog (a brief grain white fragrant rice grown in West Bengal) rice. The pop up can even allow patrons to be taught hands-on momo making from Doma on the pop up.
“We’re right here to teach folks on what actual Himalayan meals is. And to provide them a style of what we’ve got been serving Kolkata for the previous 30 years,” explains Doma. She provides, “We wish them to know what an actual momo is.”
She goes on: “An actual momo is what a Tibetan momo tastes like — juicy inside, with a skinny delicate cowl and a tasty chutney to go together with it.”
Doma is assured that the folks of Chennai will take to Himalayan flavours and textures. She provides: “Folks in Chennai love spicy meals which has similarities to Tibetan and Nepali delicacies. I’m certain they are going to find it irresistible!”
The meals pop up shall be held at STIX, Hyatt Regency until July 16. A hands-on momo making workshop shall be held on July 14. Priced at ₹1,999 together with limitless gentle drinks. A meal for 2 is priced at ₹2,000 (plus taxes). Lunch and dinner shall be served from 12.30pm to 3pm and 7pm to 11pm. For reservations, name 9884369333.