Atria Mall’s Art Hub to offer Parsi Brunch Bhonu amidst art on Sundays

Those heading to Atria Mall on Sundays are in for a treat – Brunch N Brushstrokes – Pala Fall @ The Art Hub, a restaurant covering an area of approximately 10,000 sq ft. It combines authentic Parsi cuisine, wine and artworks.

Priced at Rs 700, the buffet comprises unlimited helpings of chicken cheese croquettes, mutton cutlets, sali chicken, patra fish, chicken or mutton dhansak, chapatis, welcome drinks and lagan nu custard.

The vegetarian fare comprises vegetarian cocktail kebabs, vegetarian Russian pattice, vegetable stew, vegetable dhansak, chapatis and melting chocolate brownie. In addition to these, one can savour Aleti Paleti.

Moreover, there is a separate section dedicated to egg-based preparations, such as Sali per eedu, Kheema par eedu and Bharuchi Akuri (not the regular Parsi dish, but a specialty in Parsi households).

Ravindra Mardia, founder, ICAC and The Art Hub, said, “The art displayed at the Art Hub includes the masters of today as well as several emerging and highly-talented artists from all across the town.”

“This is the only such space where diners can enjoy exclusive modern, contemporary and traditional art. At the Art Hub, we make sure you have a great time in a full-fledged art ambiance,” he added.

“The Art Hub has shown tremendous liking amidst art lovers and the masses as a whole. We wanted to give our patrons a much better experience. Pala Fala, with its legacy and authenticity, are perfect partners for us. Together, we intend to set new standards for brunch and art lovers,” Mardia stated.

Talking about the association, Marzy Parakh, managing director, Marzy Hospitality, shares, “We are extremely excited to associate with The Art Hub because it will be a fantastic avenue for restaurant guests to indulge in some of the city’s exotic and culturally-rich art offerings, thus uplifting the entire dining experience to something overwhelming and unprecedented.”

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