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Zega Hosts Tangra Food Festival At Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel Gachibowli

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Relish authentic street fare from Kolkata’s Chinatown at the tantalizing Tangra Food Festival at Zega, Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel Gachibowli. The culinary maestros are curating a host of mouthwatering dishes that will surely teleport your tastebuds to the land of Tangra.

Devour delicacies such as Dragon Mushroom, Aloo Paan, Cumin Coriander Lamb, Prawn stuffed Tofu, Ginger Peppered Fried Rice and classics like Chow Mei Fun, Hakka Noodles, Chicken Hong Kong Sauce and much more.

Delight in an exotic Indo-Chinese epicurean experience at the Tangra Food Festival at Zega.

Venue: Zega, Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel Gachibowli

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Time: 6:30 pm to 11:30 pm

Date: 12th – 21st September 2019

Price: A la Carte

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