Clue is in the name about the not-so-secret ingredient
By Zehra FarhanNovember 8, 2021
New cloud-kitchen Talli Turmeric has opened in Dubai, and the clue is in the name about its not-so-secret ingredient.
Touching down directly from Mumbai, is plating up dishes that represent its motherland, with turmeric as its crux.
Rich curries, charcoal-grilled kebabs and slow-cooked biryanis all have a home on the menu, with specials pulled from all over the subcontinent.
Gunpowder potatoes come from Andhra Pradesh, Mangalorean ghee roasts take inspo from Lucknow, laal maas ditto from Rajasthan, while mishti doi from Bengal, and elaneer payasam from the South also make appearances.
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The cloud kitchen comes from Dubai restaurateur Tapan Vaidya, along with co-founder Mansij Vaidya.
Vaidya said: “The obvious choice for the next stage of the brand’s journey was Dubai, following our resounding success in Mumbai. Talli Turmeric is a celebration of turmeric in all its aspects – the colour, the taste, the healing properties and the importance it has in Indian cuisine.
“We are all about authentic, fresh, wholesome Indian food representing the real taste of India. Our chefs from different parts of India, will add authenticity, skill and great flavours to all our food preparation.
“We want our guests to feel the comfort of home food, and to feel the joyful spirit of this concept and what we stand for.”
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