Barbeque Nation organizes a food festival, Mango Mania, to say goodbye to the mango season

From the feast of gastronomy

Whatever your favorite fruit, you can’t deny that the mango will always hold a special place in your heart – no wonder it’s called the ‘King of Fruits’. As summer, a season that only mangoes can soothe, is coming to an end, Barbeque Nation is organizing its Mango Mania gastronomic festival to help you say “goodbye”, better. We visited their new branch in Kompally to savor the best of the food they gleaned from the mangoes.

Mango is a fruit that goes well with most ingredients to make the best of combinations. The dishes served at the food festival were a good example. By keeping it limited but worth every bite, the festival has caught the attention of fans of the fruit. The whole meal claims to leave you wanting more – from starters and drinks to main course and desserts!

We started with the I’m panna it got our stomachs racing for what was to come – the tangy flavors of raw mango and mint put us on the right start! Pineapple mango pepper and kachi aambi fish tikka is definitely a must. For salad lovers, Mango Pineapple Salad and Spicy Mango Chili are two great options.

The aambi fish curry, aambi dal tadka and amoeba the main course vegetables were finger licking good. We never tire of raw mango and mango pulp that shine through the spicy ingredients of the dishes. Not to mention the two festival hit mango sauces, a mango salsa and the mango chili dip, they were both the right mix of tangy and spicy! The meal ended with a bang with too many options to choose from, mango pastry, mango mousse and the aam phirni which made picking a favorite difficult.

Papai, who patiently served us these delicacies, could not contain it, he knew exactly what was going on in each dish, helping us choose what we would like best, from the multitude of dishes available. Shiva Kumar, manager of Barbeque Nation, Kompally, tells us the food festival was organized just in time for Hyderabadis to have a blast with mangoes one last time, before they have to wait for another year to savor it. He adds,

“Every dish on the menu has been curated and prepared with a lot of thought and experimentation. We received great feedback and are excited to hear more. The ongoing festival at all Barbeque Nation restaurants ends June 30, so grab your last bite of mango before it ends!


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Edward L. Robinett