Hyatt Regency Pune will be hosting Kerala Food festival from 16th June-25th June at their popular restaurant, Pune 14. In the festival there will be a showcasing the rich flavours and culinary customs of the vibrant South Indian state. Situated in the central area of Pune, Hyatt Regency Pune is a prestigious five-star hotel renowned for its outstanding hospitality, top-notch amenities, and extraordinary dining experiences, making it a favoured choice for both business and leisure visitors.
The Kerala Food Festival will be featuring the culinary skills of Chef Latha K. The esteemed Chef de Cuisine of Malabar Cafe at Grand Hyatt Kochi, hails from a traditional family in Kozhikode and has garnered recognition for her exceptional talent and numerous achievements. As the head chef of Malabar Cafe, she has gained acclaim for her expertise in a variety of cuisines, including Thai and Arabic. Chef Latha K.’s impressive culinary journey includes the publication of her first cookbook, “Lathapachakam: Nattinpurathinte Thanatha Ruchi,” which offers over 358 recipes. Her remarkable contributions to the culinary world have been acknowledged with over 25 national and international awards.
During the Kerala Food Festival, patrons will be able to indulge in a diverse selection of delectable dishes that truly embody the essence of Kerala’s cuisine. In addition to the mouth-watering main courses, guests will also have the chance to savour a variety of authentic condiments such as Manga kandhari chammandhi (a chutney made with bird chilly, coconut, and raw mango), Chammandhi podi (dry roasted coconut powder), Manga Achar (pickled raw mango), and Mulagu kondattom (curd chili). This festival promises to provide a delightful culinary experience with an array of traditional flavors to tantalize the taste buds.
Hyatt Regency Pune is proud to host this extraordinary culinary experience, showcasing the finest delicacies from Kerala. The Kerala Food Festival will be held at Hyatt Regency Pune for a limited time. Don’t miss this opportunity to embark on a culinary adventure and indulge in the authentic taste of Kerala.