Syerah was all about the shrimp curry. I preferred the rice pilau and veg pakoras. Standing in front of the Indian buffet, Chef Stephen Lee and his staff at the Sony Centre were more than happy to chat with us about the upcoming Merchant of Bollywood themes in the Sony Centre's new Food Experience. Pairing culinary offerings to the Sony Centre's international programming, the idea is to encourage a more relaxed dinner-and-a-show experience.
No more worries about running late after work, rushing through your meal, swerving in and out of expensive parking spots, all to make it to your seat cranky and breathless when the curtain rises. The Sony Centre is now offering everyone the chance to dine in style and keep the dash to your seat short. My mouth is already watering over this hybrid menu (mmm, curried panzerotti).
Mumbai Coconut Tofu Panini ($8)
Tandoori Shrimp Pizza ($10)
Madras Curried Vegetable Panzerotti ($10)
Bengal Butter Chicken ($14)
New Delhi Curried Spinach and Chickpeas ($14)
Bollywood Combo Plate ($15)
[the Food Experience at the Sony Centre, starts at 4pm Monday through Friday, bar service and menu including assorted dips, wings and platters also available]