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Indulge in the finest Caviar and the freshest black truffles at The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai with Suhring

By Aruna Rathod on 11th September 2017

Reflecting childhood memories of traditional German recipes, twin Chefs Mathias and Thomas Sühring, alongwith their exquisite cuisine will be in Mumbai from 13th to 17th September offering the crème de la crème a taste of modern German cuisines.

The Taj takes the road less travelled by bringing distinct dining experiences from around the world to India. Taj’s Michelin-starred chefs from London and San Francisco travelled to Mumbai and Delhi in March to dazzle diners with their exquisitely crafted dishes. Alain Ducasse led a classic French cuisine and patisserie masterclass in June, and throughout the year Taj’s award-winning signature restaurants are taking to the road for travelling pop-ups to remember. This time, Taj is bringing a progressive German Küche experience with SÜHRING.

Mathias and Thomas Sühring
Twin chefs Mathias (L) and Thomas Sühring

The brothers launched their restaurant in April 2016 in Bangkok, and Suhring was the first to win the title of Bangkok’s best restaurant in its first year of opening.

True to the chefs’ philosophy of quality, seasonality and simplicity, the SÜHRING experience is constantly evolving with their latest inspirations. Translating into exemplary illustrations of haute cuisine, the menu will include 12 servings of contemporary fare rounded off with an exquisite curation of German and Austrian wines.

SÜHRING’s first pop-up in India in association with Sanguine and The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai is set to be a one of a kind experience. With splendid views of the Arabian Sea for great company, guests will be surprised with an extravagant meal at the Chambers Lounge, featuring the most sought-after and rare ingredients such as the finest Caviar and the freshest black truffles.

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The menu will include 12 servings of contemporary fare rounded off with an exquisite curation of German and Austrian wines

Fittingly, Thomas and Mathias will serve up a slice of German nostalgia with a very contemporary twist in the tale. Rooted deeply in the comfort of their grandmother’s cooking, their innovative techniques and plating retain the traditional flavours of beloved favourited such as spazle, schnitzel and wurst, yet presented in a wholly unexpected, delightful fashion.

Venue: The Chambers, The Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai

Date: 13 th to 17 th September 2017 (Dinner from 13 th – 16 th September & Brunch on 17 th September 2017)

Price: INR 12,000+ applicable taxes per person

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