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Trishna celebrates Mango Festival

Trishna, the much-loved contemporary restaurant inspired by South West Indian cuisine, is bringing a taste of Indian Summer to the heart of Marylebone with the launch of their Mango Festival. Trishna will feature a limited edition food and drinks menu available from June through to September.

Mango, coined the ‘king of fruits’ in India is a symbol of prosperity and happiness. Every year a nation of a billion people eagerly await its seasonal arrival, where it dominates the markets in various forms – from the West Coast Alphonso, to Millika and Malgova mangoes from the Southern states, and Northern varieties like Dussheri and Kasar.

Fruit is an integral part of the Trishna’s menu, whether it is pickled, used fresh to season or combined with savoury dishes, it is featured throughout the menu. Notable dishes include, the Coconut and Corn Tikki with mint and mango murabba and the Paneer Tikka Anardana with mango. To celebrate the seasonal fruit, Trishna have transformed the façade of the restaurant in a cascade of glorious greenery, beautiful mango trees and organic textures.

Executive Chef Sajeev Nair has designed a four-course Mango Menu where each dish incorporates the seasonal fruit. The menu includes, a Seafood and Mango Salad and Mango Curry with Hake Fillet. The three course set menu is priced at £35 pp or four courses at £40 pp. The Mango Festival menu is available all day Monday through to Tuesday and for lunch and early evening for the rest of the week.

To compliment the dishes, the bar team have created an array of limited-edition pours to be enjoyed alongside the dishes. Ketel One Vodka and Tonic (£12) infused with alphonso mangoes, Johnnie Walker Black Label Whiskey and Soda (£14) with fermented alphonso and mango leaf and of course, the much-loved Mango Lassi are all also available to be enjoyed.


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