In accordance with Responsible Dining, Master Chefs at ITC Hotels have developed delightful options that specifically cater to the tacit requirements of both formal and informal gatherings. Carrying forward its legacy in showcasing its internationally-renowned cuisine, ITC Hotels is happy to introduce Gourmet Couch, featuring the very finest from their signature brands and award-winning kitchens.
Given the current ‘New Normal’, a lot of thought has been put into the packaging – factoring in different contributors such as kind of cuisine, temperature, distance traveled, mode of transport, consumption techniques, etc.
While every order will have a WeAssure seal validating the guest is the first to come in direct contact with it after preparation, the food is packed in plant starched clamshell boxes, finally parceled in a biodegradable bag with an aqueous coating. Their signature Biryanis are being cooked and packed in a Handi, keeping intact the authentic taste. In order to preserve the taste and texture of the signature dish, each delivery will come with a heating manual with simple recommendations to best enjoy the type of cuisine ordered.
“This is a responsible dining initiative with mindfully curated menus from our branded cuisines restaurants, using the most superior techniques of packaging. We now welcome guests with a promise of providing optimal well-being and safety through responsible practices that are immensely relevant in the unprecedented circumstances we face today, in the tradition of ITC Hotels’ customary warmth with a ‘Namaste’ which has been ITC Hotels’ recognizable logo since inception.”, says Zubin Songadwala, GM at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai and Area Manager, ITC Hotels, South.
This menu brings gourmet favourites like the dal bukhara, dum Ke bhooley, gilawat ke kebab and the delicious sikandri raan among others. Signature desserts like the gulab jamun and phirnee make their way in the menu for the ones with a sweet tooth. People can also get signature sushi such as kampyo & inari futomaki and Unagi Uramaki.