Vikhroli Cucina

Independence Dawaat with a good cause at The Bombay Canteen

10 August 2018 , 0 comments / 2 likes
Celebrate (and eat) all things Indian at The Bombay Canteen’s Independence Dawaat in support of a non-profit organisation for children

Make the wish of a homeless child come true this Independence Day. All you have to do is eat good food and pay what you like for the meal. Sound too good to be true? Just swing by The Bombay Canteen on 15th August for their fourth annual Independence Dawaat and you’ll find out.

Sample some of the best regional delicacies served on a banana leaf in a community-style dining experience. From Goan Kokum Dal to Khasi Black Sesame Chicken and Rajasthani Shahi Khichdi to Bohri Junglee Kheema, there’s a wide spread of mouthwatering regional food and local ingredients that best show off our culinary diversity.

What’s different this year is that some of the dishes are made with traditional recipes from the homes and kitchens of renowned personalities: fashion designers Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, stand-up comedian Rohan Joshi, industrialist Harsh Goenka, and Chef Manish Mehrotra (who is known as the champion of regional food ).

The best part is that you can pay as much as you like. All the money donated goes to Miracle Foundation India, an NGO that provides life-changing care to children without homes. So go ahead, eat your fill and help a needy child this Independence Day!

Independence Dawaat
Wednesday, August 15, 2018.
Time: Only lunch from 11.30am to 3.30pm.

No reservations. Seating on first come, first serve, basis.

What regional specialty would you add to your Independence Day menu? Share it with us in the comments section below.