Human’s beings’ tryst with Kebab began about a million years ago when early humans started cooking with fire. It all began when the early human started cooking game meat on skewers. Cut to 1377 CE, the word ‘kebab’ entered our culinary dictionary thanks to the Kissa-i-Yusuf, a Turkish manuscript and the oldest known source where the word ‘kebab’ is mentioned as food. It has been a long journey since then. What better way to commemorate this love affair between man and his kebab than Kebab-e-Ishq,
The Royal Kebab Festival presented by The Bengal Lounge. The delectable array comprises popular favourites like Dudhiya Kebab, the Subz Gilafi Seekh Kebab or Paneer Saunfiana Tikka. For carnivores, there’s the Tangri Gulnar Kebab, Prawn Makhanwali Kebab and the Sunehri Pomfret. The items are available at affordable prices at The Bengal Lounge 14th September onwards. So, what are you waiting for? Drop in and dig into your favourite kebab and feel like a Royal!