All Things Nice was happy to host a private evening for YPO members in Delhi with Chef Beppe De Vito and Chef Mirko Febbrile featuring 6 courses of delicious progressive Italian cuisine paired with the following wines:
Fratelli Jean Charles Boisset No. 47, India
Castello Banfi Le Rime, Italy
Fratelli J’Noon White, India
Marchesi di Barolo Dolcetto D’Alba, Italy
Fratelli J’Noon Red, India
Phenomenal dinners were held in Mumbai at the JW Marriott Juhu and in Delhi at the JW Marriott Aerocity where Michelin Star Chef Beppe De Vito’s progressive Italian cuisine menu was paired exceptionally well by Sommelier Nikhil Agarwal with single malts from Glenfiddich and The Balvenie.
Our partners for the dinners were:
Shaze | Elior (Mumbai) | JW Marriott Juhu (Mumbai) | JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity (Delhi) | Glenfiddich | The Balvenie | Gurkha Cigars | Truefitt & Hill (Mumbai) | Citi Bank (Mumbai) | Leo Travels (Mumbai)
The whiskies for the dinners were:
Glenfiddich IPA Experiment
Glenfiddich 12 YO
The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 YO
Glenfiddich 15 YO
Glenfiddich 18 YO
Glenfiddich Project XX
Eat Stay Love teamed with All Things Nice for an exclusive dinner in Mumbai and Delhi.
Earlier in June this year, critically-acclaimed Chef Omar Allibhoy, of Tapas Revolution, London, was brought down to India by All Things Nice to give epicureans a taste of his famous contemporary tapas styled cuisine at two exclusive dinners hosted at the JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu and Hotel Pullman New Delhi Aerocity. The young chef collaborated with Vishal Atreya, Executive Chef of JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu, and Ajay Anand, Culinary Director of Hotel Pullman New Delhi Aerocity, to offer an eight-course meal in each of the two cities. During the course of the evening, Allibhoy kept guests entertained with stories from his childhood. He also spoke about his own evolution as a chef, and of his family’s connection with India— his great-grandfather was originally from Mumbai.
The scrumptious tapas was complemented with wines from France, Argentina and Chile, selected and paired with the courses by Sommelier Nikhil Agarwal, CEO—All Things Nice, who co-hosted the evening with Chef Omar Allibhoy. The menu featured Jamon Iberic Con Pan Con Tomate (melt-in-your-mouth Iberian acorn-fed ham that Allibhoy had especially brought with him); Arroz Negro (black seafood rice cooked with squid ink); Pulpo Fritto (fried octopus leg served with mash, smoked paprika and olive oil), and Chuleta de Cordero Moruna (grilled marinated lamb cutlet served with grilled spring onion with nuts and tomato sauce). The menu for vegetarians did not disappoint either. There was the beautifully-plated and delicious Paellas de Verduras (saffron-infused vegetable paella), Berenjenas Rellenas de Pisto (baked aubergine filled with pisto and gratin with béchamel) and the simple yet tasty Pan Con Tomate (grilled bread with garlic, tomato and evoo). The dinners were attended by guests like Christian Rummel, Ignacio Ducasse, Sunil and Krishika Lulla, Sanjiv Walia, Sarika Shetty, Naveen Chawla, Gaurav Gupta, Gagan Rai, Prabodh Agrawal and Sharad Puri. Also seen at the event were: Frank Hans Dannenberg Castellanos, Jose Ramon Baranano, Ajit Pai, Tarun Khattar and Tristan Beau de Lomenie. The wines for the evening were courtesy of Flipsydee, ASPRI, Agnetta International and Grover Zampa and included wines from producers like Robert Giraud’s, Chateau Timberlay, Mythic Mountain, Valdivieso, Bodegas Sierra Cantabria and Concha Y ToroV. Remy Martin VSOP Cognac Fine Champagne was served with Cream Catalona for dessert to round-off the intoxicating evening. Presented by All Things Nice, the event was held in collaboration with Media Partner – Eat Stay Love, Luxury Mobility Partner – BMW Navnit Motors, Airline Partner – Qatar Airways, Wine Partners – Flipsydee, Agnetta International, Aspri Spirits, Grover Zampa, Cognac Partner – Remy Martin, Hotel Partners – Pullman New Delhi Aerocity, JW Marriott Juhu Hotel, and Glassware Partner – Lucaris.
UK’s favourite Spanish chef, author of two cookbooks and founder of seven Tapas Revolution restaurants, Omar Allibhoy is going to create two contemporary 8- course tapas-style dinner menus in Mumbai and Delhi on 7 and 9 June, respectively, in association with sommelier Nikhil Agarwal’s All Things Nice, along with Qatar Airways (Mumbai), BMW Deutsche Motoren (Delhi) and BlackBook’s luxury-lifestyle sister publication, Eat Stay Love.
Single malt and food are art forms and with SUBMIT guests are asked to submit their senses to the evening as premium single malts and an elaborate menu are paired with a collection of art, music and poetry. The malts on the menu include Talisker 10 YO, Glenkinchie 12 YO, Dalwhinnie 15 YO, Cragganmore 12 YO, Caol Ila 12 YO and Lagavulin 16 YO. The evening promises to be a completely unique sensory experience and comes with a surprise element with every course.
Address: Lima, North Avenue, Maker Max City, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
Date: Wednesday 9th November, 2016
Time: 8:00 pm sharp
INR: 3500 all inclusive per person
MENU AND WINE LIST
York Brut Sparkling, NV, Nasik, India
Seabass sweet potato confit and Leche de Tigre
Balsamic Leche Amarillo Reduction and Feta
Dominio Del Plata Torrontes, 2016, Mendoza, Argentina
Garlic Rubbed Prawns With Pica de Gallo
Tacu Tacu Taco
Peruvian Refried Beans With Salsa Criolla And Aji Amarillo
Ventisquero Classico Sauvignon Blanc, 2015, Maipo Valley, Chile
Chicken thigh Gochujang Chilli Paste, Honey
Black Beans, Corn, Bellpepper, Mango Infused Stuffed Tortillas
Santa Rita Reserve Carménère, 2014, Central Valley, Chile
Lamb Seco Served With Chaufa Rice
Lamb Stew Cooked With Root Vegetables
Vegetable Saltado Served With Chaufa Rice
Chifa Vegetable Stir Fry
Trapiche Oak Cask Malbec, 2015, Mendoza, Argentina
3 Layer Chocolate Mousse
Saffron Favour Baked Yogurt
Sticky Toffee Pudding
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