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Diwali Lunch (final spots)

Sunday 22 October | 12h00 - 14h00
La Feux de Bengale
, Rue des Eperonniers 69,

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lunch buffet, great group of international people
Members please log in before registering., Non-members are welcome to join us., You can book as long as the [Book now] button is still active, even the evening before departure., For more (last-minute) information don't hesitate to mail us at info@expatclub.org or call 0495-345144.

As of Saturday evening 19h00 we only have 3 spots left. Please note we DO NOT ACCEPT WALK-INS. You can book until 11h45 or as long as their are tickets available. 

Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights and signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. It is celebrated all over the world, from Sri Lanka to Suriname, from Fiji to Trinidad and Tobago, and of course Nepal and India.

The 5-day festival starts on Wednesday 18 October and is associated with inviting the goddess Lakshmi of fertility and prosperity into your home. People clean, renovate and decorate their houses and offices, they wear new clothes and light up lamps and candles, hold a Puja and colour the sky with fireworks. Diwali is the most important festival for hindus, and on this last day Expat Club would like to invite you for a special delicious Diwali Sunday lunch buffet to celebrate the Festival of Lights together. Join us for this lovely and colourful get together with fantastic food. Please note you must book in advance and that walk-ins are not possible.





Tandoori chicken
One chicken leg marinated in a spiced yoghurt and grilled in a clay oven. This typical Indian style of cooking was imported by moghuls kings.

Samosa (v)
Delicious small crunchy turnovers, stuffed with meat and flavoured with fresh coriander.

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Main course

Chicken & lamb tikka masala
Marinated in yoghurt with ginger and spices, grilled in the tandoori before being cooked in a sauce.

Palak Paneer (v)
Fresh spinach braised in tomato purée and coated with a spiced sauce.

Parka Dall (v)
Indian lentils braised then coated with fried onions with a touch of garlic, ginger and grain spices

Sabzi Curry (v)
Various kinds of fresh vegetables prepared in spices.

Nan (v)
Fresh, warm Indian bread cooked in a clay oven.

Pullao Rice (v)
Specialty of Bengal. Basmati rice cooked in butter, saffron and finely flavored.

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Gulab Jamun with Vanilla Ice Cream

Water or wine (1x)


The most delicious dishes will be served

* Our menu may differ slightly, but this will give you a good impression. One drink is included. Additional drinks should be paid for separately.

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