An all-day-dining restaurant at Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel, New Delhi,Tamra takes its inspiration from the early ages of culinary evolution when copper (tamra) vessels were used to create delectable wonders. Serving Asian, Japanese, International and Indian fare from its five interactive live kitchens, Tamra takes the culinary experience to the next level with its ‘world on your platter concept’.


Tamra is celebrating the ‘Malaysian Food Festival’ in association with Tourism Malaysia from 23rd to 31st May. The festival is featuring a wide variety of Malaysian specialities ranging from exquisite appetisers to traditional dishes. Chef Muhammad Lisarni who has been associated with Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur for more than a decade, is here to bring the most authentic Malaysian gourmet flavours to guests through a rich array of local delicacies for a gastronomic sojourn at Tamra.  Chef Muhammad’s cooking style is based on traditional methods showcasing simplicity, freshness and natural textures, which are imbued with cultural influences. He has an ingenious knack for concluding and summarising the characteristics and uniqueness that Malay cuisine has to offer.



Guests will be able to savour various Malay cuisine flavours artistically crafted by Chef Lisarni such as Kerabu Udang Dengen Soohon(Prawns and Glass Noodle Salad), Serunding Ayam(Spicy Dried Chicken Floss), Sayur Munir Goreng(Stir Fried Mix Vegetables with Coconut Gravy) and Terung Goreng Bers 


The Chef has brought with him authentic Malaysian ingredients to ensure the best culinary experience for the guests. The food had predominant flavours of the main ingredients for the cuisine which included lemongrass, coconut and turmeric. One can’t help but notice the number of vegetarian dishes along with the non-vegetarian spread.


A delectable array of desserts includes Pengat Pisang(Sweet Banana in Coconut Stew) and the exuberantly sinful Kuih Keria(Deep Fried Sweet Potato Doughnut) a feast for the senses.


Drawing inspiration from the streets of Malaysia, Tamra was decorated with red lanterns, dream catchers and hangings. This food festival is  a voyage designed to transport the diner of the beautiful nation of Malysia. Live carts  stationed in the restaurant’s cavernous halls housing authentic delicacies such as Chicken Satay and other signature dishes.  If you are lucky, then you might catch Chef Lisarni preparing that Chicken Satay or Raw Mango Salad for you plus explaining the various ingredients and nuances of Malaysian cooking.


Served for Lunch and Dinner, Malaysian buffet is priced at Rs.1950 plus taxes for lunch Rs.2100 plus taxes for dinner.  Be there to experience the authentic flavours of Malaysia and soak in the plush ambience of Tamra.

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