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Order an Indian Feast in Moscow

The Hyatt Regency Petrovsky Park weekend dinner always delights.

This weekend, May 29-31, our friends and neighbors at the Hyatt Regency Petrovsky Park are offering an Indian feast for their delivery dinner. Prepared by their executive chef Ashwani Vyas, who knows something about Indian cuisine — he grew up on it! — the meal for two actually feeds at least a family of four!

It begins with Tandoori chicken, fish and vegetables; Samosas (lamb, vegetable, and cheese) served with mint and yogurt chutney; Kashmiri Rogan Gosh made from lamb and served with rumali roti; Baingan Ka Bharta (grilled eggplant fried with tomatoes and spices); and Palak Paneer (spinach curry with cottage cheese). All of this comes with saffron rice, poppadum and Indian pickles.

Dessert is jalebi with rasmalai — sugary bits of pastry with creamy sweet cheese balls.

The price is 3,500 rubles, which includes mint tea with fruit and free delivery within the Third Ring Road.

To place your order, call or write 24 hours in advance: +7 495 479 1234 or

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