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Various Indian Taste Menus at the G20 Summit, Gastronomic Dishes Available

At the G20 Summit which took place on 9 and 10 September 2023, high-ranking officials from all over the world were served exotic gastronomic dishes and extravaganzas. The cuisine of the Taj Mahal hotel, New Delhi, has always been a favorite at diplomatic events and for G20 guests. 

Chef Arun Sundararaj, Director of Culinary Operations, Taj Mahal Hotels prepared a special menu with special emphasis on millets. In fact, he cleverly combines them to create special offerings over three meals. Chef Arun also provides gastronomic dishes . 

Breakfast Menu

The G20 Summit menu is a specially curated menu ready to captivate guests 

Ragi Idli

Ragi idli is a steamed cake made with finger millet and urad dal.

Millet pancakes with whole wheat as the main ingredient. 

Lunch and Dinner 

Lamb stew and a little millet
Heart of palm, cherry tomatoes, pearl millet and mixed mesclun
Murgh, Almond and spinach korma
Millet nargisi kofta
Caramelized onions and cumin millet pulao


Wild rice or derived from wild rice and pearl millet mousse
Orange quinoa and a little millet kheer

For plate dishes in the room, including: 
Assorted Choco Bon Bon
Indian Sweets – pista and pumpkin rolls, kaju katli, gulkandan rose ladoo
Naan khatai cake
Granola oat and chocolate bars
G20 branded/themed macaroons 

And if anyone prefers to dine at a machaan, they can opt for a thali that serves the following all-time hit dishes:

Awadhi murg korma
Bhuna gosht 
Payasam kelapa
Udang Malwani
Biryani Hyderabad
Malai kofta
Varuwal Kentang

.“Our hotel will showcase the exceptional flavors of India with special emphasis on the use of millet in its culinary offerings. “In addition, special experiences are also being curated that showcase India’s diverse culture and heritage in the form of Indian cuisine ,” said a hotel spokesperson.

The Taj Mahal Hotel is also decorated in colors inspired by the colors of the Bharat Mandapam and the colors of the G20

Source : Cantika