Traditional Marwari food at Dilli 32, Kempinski Ambience, Delhi

Shivangi Reviews

My thirst for trying something new took me to Kempinski Ambience Hotel in New Delhi this week to taste the most exclusive and special Rajasthani (Marwari) food. It was a delight to meet Chef Rohit Tokhi who is basically from Lucknow and has 19 years of experience in the food industry. Along with him I had the pleasure of meeting Pushpita Singh, the jewellery designer from the royal family of Kharwa, Rajasthan who is an exceptional chef and has written her own books on cooking.

As I sat on the table with the bloggers, Chef Ashwini from Jodhpur who has been working there since 5 years styled the food with Jodhpuri taste and we got to taste the food which is the least discovered in India although the spices of Rajasthan, the Gawarphali is very popular.

We started with Raab which was a drink made of cornmeal & buttermilk. I…

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