Fire-The Park Will Fire Up Your Appetite With Its Organic Winter Menu

The winter menu of Fire promises yet another expansive menu that will warm your heart and soul to brave the chilly weather.

Neha Grover  |  Updated: January 31, 2020 10:56 IST

Fire-The Park Will Fire Up Your Appetite With Its Organic Winter Menu

Eating out has always been associated with unhealthy food. But, here's a restaurant that brings together taste and health in a taut harmony. Fire, at the luxury hotel -The Park, is just the place where all the dust-up between the bon vivant and salubrious freak in you can be dusted off. With an extensive menu brimming with seasonal goodness from organic produce, Fire puts together a delicious fare to remember. The award winning restaurant presents indigenous foods on its menu that are sourced directly from farmers across the country practicing sustainable techniques of production. The menu that is mostly organic, changes season after season imbuing long-forgotten flavours and ingredients from different regions, gathering the culinary treasures of the nation in one place. 

The winter menu of Fire promises yet another expansive menu that will warm your heart and soul to brave the chilly weather. With the season's freshest ingredients to celebrate the diversity of rich Indian flavours, Kitchen Executive Ajay Jain put together some of the most authentic winter recipes for an inspirational experience. 

If you gave in to your temptations all through the winters and put your health on the backseat, make your redemption to enjoy the last leg of winters while you still can, with some delectable foods that won't put you on a guilt trip. We surely did, on our culinary trip to Fire. 

We started off with winter-special Thakkali Pondu Rasam, a Madurai soul soup with tangy tomato puree and a hint of garlic. Served with bruschetta bread, the tantalising appetiser got us afoot on a long gastronomical journey. Zad Apple Salad with fresh winter greens from the highest peaks of the Himalayan region is a must-try. It is served in a beautifully decorated bamboo basket, making it hard to resist.


Zad apple salad

If you love missi roti with saag, you'll definitely love this take-off - Missi Roti Taco with arbi and bean sprout. It was followed by Bengali Pea Chop, which could have fared better with some more flavours. 


Missi Roti Taco with arbi and bean sprout (Image Credit: Fire, The Park)

Non-vegetarians must pick Koli Barthad, a Coorgi-special pan fried chicken paired with kachampuli, peppercorn and tomato chutney. Another delectable treat that stood out for us was Red Snapper Pollichathu - succulent and juicy fish, wrapped mystically in banana leaves. 


Red Snapper (Image Credit: Fire, The Park)

Going forward to the mains, we absolutely loved Smoked Masala Pork Ribs that packed a punch of flavours with a distinct smoky flavour. The finale of the meal was the grand traditional thali circling a myriad of regional dishes.  From Delhi's iconic Nalli Nihari to Malabar Prawn curry, to Khubani Stuffed Malai Kofta and Sarso Ka Saag - make you pick from the host of drool-worthy dishes on the menu. And pair these with red rice and choicest of breads. Five Seed and Cheddar Kulcha, and Truffle and Parmesan Kulcha, are our picks. However, if you want healthier options, there is 9 Grain Roti (an amalgamation of various healthy flours) and Gluten Free Ragi Roti. 


Indian thali (Image Credit: Fire, The Park)

We ended our meal with Strawberry Cheese Cake with macerated strawberries and angoori petha, which gave a sweet ending to our perfect meal. 

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Strawberry Cheese Cake

What: Fire - The Park
Where: 5, Sansad Marg, Hanuman Road Area, Connaught Place, New Delhi
When: 12noon - 3pm, 6pm - 11pm
Cost: INR 3,000 for two (approx.)
Until: the winter ends



About Neha GroverLove for reading roused her writing instincts. Neha is guilty of having a deep-set fixation with anything caffeinated. When she is not pouring out her nest of thoughts onto the screen, you can see her reading while sipping on coffee.

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