Srikanth, Ramanaidu launches Nalabhimas Restaurant, Hyderabad
Of all the domestic arts, none can stand comparison with the art of the palate. So celebrated was it, that in the cultural life of Ancient India, cooking was accorded the status of a fine art. As an absolute essential for the vitality of life, food was regarded as ‘Annam Parabrahmam’ - Food is Divine.
Two characters in Indian epics are hailed for their culinary skills. King Bhima, the second of the Pandavas and the great emperor Nala.Bhima, in his disguise as Vallabha, the royal cook in the court of King Virata, is believed to have rustled up many original gastronomical delights including the mother of all Indian stews, ‘Aviyal’.Nala had the extraordinary ability of cooking without fire. He wrote a treatise on cooking called ‘Pakadarpanam’. The phrases ‘Nalapakam’, ‘Bhimapakam’ and ‘NalaBhimapakam’ are even today used in appreciation of delicious dishes prepared by good cooks.
At NalaBhimas’ we take our cues from these legendary master chefs, and from the rich traditions of the imperial kitchens of India? Our menu is as varied and wide as their repertoires are believed to be, the recipes as original and flavours as nuanced. The most striking feature of our food is that we follow ancient Ayurvedic principles of cooking that help us retain all the nutrients besides tantalizing your taste buds.
Nalabhimas’ with a pursuit of contributing towards the society.is siding 2% of its revenue raised to contribute for social cause .Customers can tick the organisation of their choice on the bill and the amount will be paid to them. Nalabhimas’ to start with its contributions towards
* C R foundation. For social progress- Old Age Home, Women & Youth Centre, Health Centre
* Yongistaan. Distributes food for the poor, and homeless. Itators and counsels orphans.
* Udhbhav School. Aims to feed hungry children at Udbhav School
Nalabhimas’ endeavor, is to setup a chain of restaurants throughout the country to reintroduce and serve exotic culinary platter mainly originating from the heart of south Indian cuisine.
Nalabhimas’ is opening its doors to public from today the 22nd of June 2014 and in the presence of stalwarts from all the walks of life.
“We are What We Eat”
“ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO NALA BHIMAS’
WHERE THE TASTE IS CELESTIAL”