Gymkhana hosts exclusive late-night Diwali celebrations

GYMKHANA, a Michelin-starred Indian restaurant in Mayfair, will celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of light this season. An exclusive feasting menu has been designed especially for Diwali weekend. It features dishes like Lasooni Tiger prawns with red pepper chutney and Goat Raan, Masala Tandoori Potato with onion and chilli kulchas. Gymkhana also prepared a late-night bar menu that is served until 2am, featuring cocktails crafted by the world’s best bars.

Lasooni Wild Tiger Prawns, Red Pepper Chutney _GYMKHANA44699Lasooni tiger prawns

Alongside the feasting menu, Gymkhana will provide cards, chips and rules, if necessary, for traditional games, such as Flush, that guests can play at their tables.

Gymkhana’s sister restaurant in Marylebone, Trishna, continue the Diwali celebrations with a special tasting menu of five or seven courses titled Taste of Trishna Diwali Menu. It includes dishes such as Dorset Brown Crab in a sauce of butter, garlic, chilli and pepper and Paneer tikka anardana, which is the traditional Indian cottage cheese alongside mango, mint, corn and pomegranate.

GYMKHANA44679A selection of dishes at Gymkhana

In keeping with Diwali traditions, guests at both Gymkhana and Trishna will be gifted a box of Indian sweets to take home after the meal.

by Allie Nawrat 

The Hindu celebrations at Gymkhana will run from Thursday October 19 to Saturday October 21. The feasting menu is for a minimum of six people and costs £90 per person

Trishna’s tasting menu, Taste of Trishna Diwali Menu, costs £60 for 5 courses and £70 for 7 countries.

Reservations for Gymkhana can be made here

Reservations for Trishna’s Diwali menu can be made here

Gymkhana, 42 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JH

Trishna, 15-27 Blandford Street, Marylebone Village, London, W§1U 3DG

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