DIWALI WITH VEDA
A festival of new beginnings, getting together, and sharing happiness. Diwali, India’s grand celebration, is a chance to come together and celebrate life’s biggest joys with family, friends, and loved ones alike.
Traditionally, Diwali is celebrated to mark the day the Hindu god Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Lakshmana reached their home city of Ayodhya, after 14 years in exile and defeating Ravana, the demon king of Lanka.
And while this year, things are a little different, our happiness and festive spirit isn’t – we are celebrating the joy, the laughs, the love that Diwali offers – along with all necessary safety measures.
Combining tradition with modern India to bring together people and culture is at the heart of Veda, and we are really excited to welcome you to be a part of our Diwali celebrations, featuring an all-day lineup of lip-smacking Indian delicacies, served with oodles of love!
We welcome every one who wants an authentic Indian Diwali experience, while maintaining all safety and health precautions – since this year, the celebrations are a little different. Here’s a sneak peak of what to expect for India’s biggest festival:
- All-day Diwali Special Menu featuring flavor-laden Indian cuisine
- All-day Diwali Festive Cocktails
- Special Guest Welcome as per Hindu traditions
- Indian Music all day
- Toast Delivery at $1 only!
We are already drooling at this year’s Diwali Special food lineup! Featuring old favorites and new additions, here are some suggestions :
Achari Chicken Kebab: A melt-in-mouth kebab made from pickling masala
Calcutta Pork Ribs: Family favorite recipe made with pork baby-back ribs
Baingan Ka Salan: Baby Eggplant simmered in delicious Sesame-Peanut gravy with a hint of Tamarind
Lamb Vindaloo: A spicy braised Lamb dish seasoned with bold flavors
Jalebi with Rabri: A sweet & juicy delight in North India, this is a winter must-have
Kulfi: A classic Indian Ice Cream dessert, only better
What are you waiting for? Come, start your family celebrations by booking a seat at Veda today.