Like the Lotus flower it is named after, Tamarai adjusts from being a fine dining restaurant to a late night wine bar, complete with Video Jockey! The metamorphosis is a very clever and functional idea.
You do not have to leave after dinner to go and find a club!
If you are looking to impress your other half this Valentine`s, Tamarai is more than an ideal destination.
Manish Mehrotra, Head Chef has taken inspiration from the beauty, flavours and mysticism of the Far East to create a sumptuous and evocative Valentine`s Day Menu. The result comprises an indulgent three-course meal against a romantic and aromatic atmosphere.
If you are hungry, look away now. I am going to run through this seductive menu!
Starter dishes include Vegetarian Dim Sum, Sweet Chilli Lotus Root, Baby Calamari and Smoked Salmon Thayar Satham with Tomato Pickle.
Mains feature gastronomic innovations like Curry Leaf Chicken served with Wild Rice Uppama, Black Tiger Prawns with Butter Pepper Garlic and a favourite, Thai Green Curry, with Steamed Jasmine Rice.
For pudding, tempting dessert combinations from the Chef`s very own dessert platter will be hard to resist.
The stunning Valentine`s menu is complimented further still by a glorious selection of wines from The Independent`s coveted Best Wine List awarded menu from Grover Vineyards, India.
Tamarai is an elegant, 110-seat restaurant, renowned for its pan Asian cuisine which follows the Latin Routes from Chettinad in South India to Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore and China making it the ideal and impressive setting for any romantic dinner date.
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