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Review: Bunts Food Festival At Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport

Exploring distinctive and peculiar cuisines, without stepping away too far from home is a double treat! Bunts, an enterprising community of landowners and natives of a strip of the Karavalli coast derive their name from 'Bunta', meaning warrior. Historically, the community played a major role in the armies of local chieftains, serving the ruling chief that helped them become landowners in their region. A wealthy community, the cuisine of the Bunts is elaborate, primarily non-vegetarian and requires copious amounts of fresh coconut and involves a lot of grinding.

When Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport invited us to try this distinctive coastal cuisine from Southwest Karnataka, we were intrigued. Now, who can say no to Kori Rotti, Bunt Chicken Curry, Ghee Roast and Kori Sukka? And vegetarian lovers rejoice- the festival offers delicious vegetarian varieties too.

The well decorated entrance that featured marigold flowers, banana leaves and hanging fresh vegetables beckone…

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