Celebration and enjoyment remain incomplete without some mouthwatering food. As far as the festival of colors is concerned, it is no doubt a festival most loved by everyone from 8 to 80. Colors make us all forget about all barriers between us and just go with the flow. It invokes a range of emotions from excitement and anticipation to just a little bit of fear. Besides smearing each other bright hues, Holi is also the time to savor on tasty food and exchanging sweets and gifts.
The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair ruptured relationships. While some families hold religious ceremonies, but for many Holi is more a time for fun than religious observance.
We at Curry Coriander believe that the part of Indian festivities that lures individuals together profoundly is food. This celebration of colors remains incomplete if your plate is also not equally colorful. So why not gather everyone after a fun-filled and exciting day and devour assortment of gastronomy. We exhibit a broad variety of cuisine motivated by recipes over the globe. Our cuisine is a twist of Indian food with global ingredients & techniques. Our chefs explore curries from across the globe and focus on giving the best vegetarian food with a dynamic atmosphere.
Come together with your family to play with different colors of spices on your plate at Curry Coriander.