Three culinary festivals are about to unfold!

You might wonder what the Royal Palm Beachcomber Luxury and the Leela Palace have in common? Three delicious culinary adventures shall uncover the answer!

These two renowned establishments have partnered to celebrate gastronomy through exciting culinary exchanges. A beautiful cultural fusion and an explosion of unique flavours will take place over three days. Each of the establishments will take turns in India and Mauritius to offer tasty dishes and share their culinary cultures.

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Celebrating high-end gastronomy

As a culinary crossroads of several continents, Mauritian cuisine is truly a masterpiece that draws its inspiration from its diversity. Strongly influenced by India, it is known for its diverse Mauritian cuisine. The Royal Palm Beachcomber Luxury has decided to collaborate with the Leela Palace, a reference in Indian haute cuisine with legendary addresses in Delhi, Jodhpur and Udaipur. The two establishments will thereby celebrate haute gastronomy through their unique flavour festivals, highlighting their know-how and culinary creativity.

The Royal Palm Beachcomber Luxury will be in India from 16 to 18 March at Le Cirque du Leela Palace Delhi, followed by Le Cirque du Leela Palace Bangalore from 23 to 25 March. Then, the Royal Palm Beachcomber Luxury will welcome the Leela Palace teams in Mauritius, in the emblematic walls of the gastronomic restaurant La Goélette, from 6 to 8 April.

The Royal Palm’s Executive Chef, William Girard, has developed new culinary signatures with contemporary French cuisine with fresh and subtle notes of the Mauritian terroir, while Chef Purushotham Naidu of the Leela Palace has prepared delicious and varied dishes from South Indian cuisine. During the three days, they shall prepare incredible dishes such as coconut heart nigiri with preserved lemon and smoked marlin, Madagascar caviar, crab meat and vegetables with ginger, sweet and sour daikon, roasted cauliflower with Indian spices, turmeric, Greek yoghurt and coriander, and a range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs, cottage cheese simmered with spinach and garlic, chicken tikka simmered in tomato sauce, slow-braised lamb with spices.

Ready to experience this beautiful gustatory journey between India and Mauritius?