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Indian nights at the Hilton Cyprus

14 March, 2014

March 28th – April 5th 2014

Hilton Cyprus is hosting once again an Indian food festival in cooperation with Sea Hat Travel & Tours Ltd and Etihad Airways at the Fontana restaurant from March 28th until April 5th.

During the Indian food festival, the hotel will be hosting Indian Chefs who will be joining the Hilton Cyprus team to prepare a traditional buffet dinner with emphasis on vegetarian and fasting dishes. Give yourself the opportunity to dine under the sounds of live Indian traditional music and learn what the future holds for you by a professional Indian palm reader and astrologist!

After a hard day's work there is nothing more relaxing than enjoying an authentic exotic dinner with your family and friends. The Indian Nights will be available for you daily, from March 28th until April 5th at the Fontana restaurant, from 20:00hrs at €27.00 per person.

For further information and reservations Hilton Cyprus tel.: 22 377777

Indian Cuisine
The Indians believe that food is a gift of Gods and is treated with great respect. As a cuisine it aims at nourishing the body and pleasing the mind and eyes. The spectrum of Indian cuisine can be said to lie between two dietary extremes: vegetarianism and meat eating.
The ingredients of each meal are based on five rasas or flavours: sweet, salty, bitter, sour and spicy. The main characteristic of all Indian meals is the inspired use of spices. However, other than spices, the other main ingredients are milk products like ghee (used as a cooking medium), coconut and curd or dahi.
The Indian Tandoori and curry cooking is legendary. India also produces some of the finest teas, coffees and spices in the world. Desserts from the south include the Mysore pak, the creamy payasum, carrot halwa and various other sweets made of milk products.

Etihad Airways Indian expansion underway
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has begun a major expansion of its Indian operations following the approval of a 24 per cent investment in Jet Airways. The first stage includes additional flights or the introduction of larger aircraft on existing routes to India. Flights to Mumbai, New Delhi, Kochi, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad will all increase between now and October 2014.