As per reports, the menu was a mix of Italian, Asian, Mexican, Middle-eastern and classic Indian!
Ever since actor Varun Dhawan tied the knot with designer Natasha Dalal, social media have been abuzz with every little detail. While you might have come across some stunning pictures of the decor, guests, the couple and much more, we have got some latest details on what all the guests feasted on at one of the biggest weddings of 2021! As per a report shared by their wedding planners Shaadi Squad on Instagram, the menu was a luxurious mix of Italian, Asian, Mexican, Middle-eastern and classic Indian!
After an intimate dinner on Friday night, the functions began the next day in the afternoon with Mehandi ceremony and had a lavish spread. Complete with live grills, bbq station and a live Italian kitchen where an Italian chef was dishing out fresh pizzas and pastas besides a burrata bar – this sure seems like a foodie’s heaven. And well, this is just the beginning! Apart from Italian, a separate cold section served salads and mezze. As reported before, the catering was done by Intercontinental Hotel, Marine Drive and The Mansion House. They also curated a special experience menu of Alibaug’s coastal food with locally sourced fresh seafood. The same evening had the Sangeet function which came to a close with an elaborate sit-down dinner of select Asian starters, and a mix of Indian and Asian main course.
Day three was an all-fun and colourful Haldi function where the lunch was a Mexican feast with live cooking along with some of the middle-eastern delights like shawarma and mezze platter.
The evening saw the traditional wedding ceremony, followed by the grand finale dinner. The spread was carefully curated with snacks and appetisers from multiple regional delicacies that were served across different stations. It included a Singapore-style hawker plaza station while Indian classics like keema kaleji, lamb chops were served over another Ramzan-style station. The quintessential Indian delicacies were inspired by the royal kitchens of India and included dishes such as gucchi pulao and nalli nihari among others. And if you are thinking this is it, the dessert menu is sure to raise your cravings! Indian classics such as gulab jamun and gajar ka halwa to French classic Tiramisu and dainty English dessert Eton mess, sealed the finale feast.
Seems like the wedding was a celebration of world cuisine too! Doesn’t it? Nevertheless, we can’t help but drool over the couple’s choice of select delicacies from around the world!
About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.