Thursday, October 30, 2014

Zombie Invasion @Raasta This Friday

This Halloween get ready for the scariest night of your life at Raasta, Hauz Khas
The scariest night of the year is nearly here! Set your Spooky Spirit free and Celebrate Halloween in the wildest way. It’s the time of ghoulish decorations, tombstones in backyards, spider webs as well as some more spooky surprises along the way.

Whether you are a witch or ghoul, fair or fowl, on the scariest night of the year; dress in your finest faux ensembles and get to be chosen as the 'best dressed couple'. Go prepared to bleed some rhythm as DJ Killwish is dropping the bass for a night of mayhem @ Raasta, Hauz Khas Village. Experience a lot of fresh genres with him as he performs spine chilling spooky tracks live.

Indulge your appetite for quirky food as well as chills, with the Halloween special munchies like the Baby Mummy Fingers, Graveyard Cheesecake decorated with spiders, frogs and ghosts are waiting for you. So charge up your broom and gather your courage to make yourself sweat in a 'Thriller' of a night full of bass with DJ Killwish and Raasta on 31 Oct, 2014.

What: ZOMBIE INVASION @ Raasta with DJ Killwish
Where: Raasta HKV, 30 A, 1st Floor, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi
When: Friday, October 31, 2014
Entry: Profile Entry

Monday, October 27, 2014

A Fang-tastic Evening at Monkey Bar this Halloween!

Fright Night @Monkey Bar on October 31, 2014 evening, 6 pm onwards!

Celebrate your Halloween at Monkey Bar and have a spook-tacular evening as the ghouls and boys come out to play. Monkey Bar presents Fright Night, a howlin’ good time, with enough thrills, spills and chills to get your spine tingling. Unleash your inner devil, or angel, on the scariest night of the year; pull some tricks, because they have all the treats for you.

They do not just get your inner demons, they embrace them! Monkey Bar becomes the spookiest place in town, as you party among tombstones, spiderwebs, fog and glowing pumpkins. Pull out the fangs and the claws, real or fake; their dress code is horror and the two best costumes are on the make! The two lucky winners get hampers filled with Halloween goodies, and Monkey Bar vouchers. 

Pose at the Photobhoot, take a selfie, and print instant pictures of your ghoulish avatar. DJ Ajay Nautiyal spins some shaky moves on the floor with retro and spooky sounds that will get them old bones rattling. If you are still human when you reach their, PartyHunterz has a special pop-up shop for you to get into theme. The scary face painter promises to get your freak face on as well!
The cauldron bubbles at the bar, with bats and snails and frog tails, and of course eerie cocktails! Whether you are naughty or nice, there is something for everyone from the Horny Devil to the Hell Freezes Over. Or just nurse a Lucky 13, and you may get some devlish good luck! Get a bite out of the Bloody Waffles and Devilled Ribs, and celebrate the night with their Spiced Pumpkin Cheesecake. Spend your evening at Monkey Bar if you dare, this Halloween at Monkey Bar Fright Night.

There is something strange in the neighborhood this Halloween, only at Monkey Bar where the entry is free and Guests above the age of 25 years will be permitted.

Monkey Bar
Plot No 11, Pocket C 6 & 7, Commercial Complex Vasant Kunj
(Adjacent to Kotak Mahindra Bank and Mini Cooper Showroom)
New Delhi- 110070
Call us on: 011 41095155
Twitter: @Monkeybardel

Friday, October 24, 2014

The Traditional Christmas Cake Mixing Ceremony at The Imperial

Have you been part of the unique experience of the traditional and large Cake Mixing Ceremony? The Imperial New Delhi had put together one, filled with gaiety for the Christmas season. Massive varieties of candied fruits, fruit peels, assorted nuts, juices, and spirits were used for cake mixing, soaked and blended joyfully in the concoction of liquor, rum and brandy for an exotic dough preparation, for sinful and aromatic Christmas cakes.

The traditional cake mixing ceremony spreads joie de vivre and camaraderie for Christmas. The occasion is incomplete without the traditional cake and we at The Imperial have been continuing this tradition with lot of enthusiasm and festive spirit. It is an ecstatic moment to watch the guests and chefs participate in the mixing, celebrating the season” expressed Vijay Wanchoo- Sr. Executive VP and GM The Imperial New Delhi.
Chef Vishal Atreya – Executive Chef The Imperial said The cake mixing is a Christmas tradition dating back to many years and also a pre-cursor to the occasion. It is a pre-requisite for settling the liquor in the mix of nuts, fruits and spices, covered with cinnamon. Christmas fun starts with this ceremony which is considered to be a harbinger of good fortune and joyous times.” 

He further said “This recipe is unique to The Imperial for many decades. The mix of exotic ingredients get soaked in liquor for 45 days. The more the ingredients get soaked the better the taste. 

Unlike other cakes, this traditional one is the most sought-after as it is prepared in a distinct way with mounds and mounds of brown dates, black raisins, red cherries, cashew nuts, topped with powdered cloves, cardamom, ginger peel, lemon peel, orange peel, dry figs, walnuts, apricots, prunes, dry black currents, pistachios, almonds, pepper and other exotic spices, mixed with bottles and bottles of liquor and wine. This will be kept till the dry fruits get fattened on the liquor. Then our chefs will combine flour with this 100 Kgs mixture for the dough, to be baked to perfection for appx. 300 Imperial Christmas Cakes…richer, yummier and blissful in taste.”

Don't forget to pick up your Christmas cakes from The Imperial this December!