Best Indian Restaurant award in its very first year of inception (2005-06) for having taken the city by storm for its consistent quality of food and service also voted Asia’s one of the best Indian Restaurant in 2009 by Singapore based Miele Food Guide
With ITC Grand Centralcelebrating 10 years of its signature restaurant K&K,the hotel brings together 8 Master Chefs from across ITC Hotels under one roof. A delectable spread with around 40 different types of melt-in-the-mouth kebabs will be on offer from the restaurant’s armoury of iron tandoors, charcoal & ‘Pathar’ grills along with rustic ‘angethis’ and ‘tawas’.
This culinary experience will have masterstrokes by legendary Chefs including J. P Singh who runs the kitchen of Bukhara at ITC Maurya, one of the best Indian restaurants in the world, apart from Chefs coming together from ITC Grand Chola, ITC Gardenia, ITC Mughal, ITC Windsor, WelcomHotel Jodhpur and Chef Farooqui from K&K at ITC Grand Central.As served in the noble courts and on the battlefield in yesteryears, the fare at K&K is the coming together of ancient culinary secrets, long forgotten herbs and exotic flavours to pamper the palate.
The highlight of the restaurant is its display kitchens, visible from all corners. Here, the guest can follow his order, from inception, to laying out and to the finalproduction and presentation. The amalgamation of so many minds has brought forth a melting pot of over a hundred new dishes spanning the length and breadth of India.
A feeling of warm open space dominates the restaurant which is distinctly divided into three seating areas – ‘Maidaan’, ‘Kheema’ and ‘Qila’. Hand crafted jute woven chairs with throw cushions and wood and granite tables forms ‘Maidaan’ the formal dining section. The ‘Kheema’ area resembles community dining of a “BadaKhaana”, complete with long wooden camp tables and benches, an ideal space to have an indulgent ‘Daawat’. Swatches of fabric drape the corners forming experience-enhancing awnings. Offering retreat from the hustle-bustle of the restaurant, ‘Qila’ is an elevated seating area with a setting of wooden chairs and granite-topped tables.
About ITC Grand Central
Reflecting the rich heritage of the colonial past, ITC Grand Central has 242 tastefully appointed guest rooms, a well-equipped 24 hour business centre and an exclusive ‘Wellness Centre’ complimented with an experience of warm Indian hospitality. Multiple dining options are available with the presence of Hornby’s Pavilion, K&K, Frederick’s Lounge, Shanghai Club, Dublin and the premium rooftop lounge called ‘Point of View’.
Date: 5th to 13th September
Lunch Hours: 12:30 pm to 2:45 pm
Dinner Hours: 7:30 pm to 11:45 pm
Venue: K&K, ITC Grand Central, Parel, Mumbai