Roughly translated, it means ‘feast of sacrifice’ and it’s coming up this July! It is one of the most important festivals across India and we are happy to have you in during it. Further, since we offer take-out, delivery, and ordering online, you don’t have to be here to enjoy the celebrations.
Traditionally, Eid ul-Adha involves killing and cooking an animal then sharing the meat in three equal parts, one for your family, one for relatives and friends, then one for those less fortunate. The goal is that everyone should eat meat during the festival, and the celebration surrounds a message of devotion, kindness, and equality for all people.
Our Menu Suggestions for the Celebration
Our menu is large, so here are our favorite picks for what you should eat during Eid ul-Adha. Mix and match these suggestions to get the most out of your experience with us; don’t be afraid to try something new—new things are the spice of life and there are plenty of new things to experience with us guiding you.
Chicken Pakora: these chicken strips are marinated before being dropped in chickpea batter and deep fried. These are the perfect food to share with your table (or keep for yourself).
Tandoori Wings: bone in chicken wings are hard for restaurants to get right, good thing we’ve perfected the practice. Our wings are baked in a tandoori clay oven and tossed with chaat masala and lime.
Lamb Korma: this specialty dish consists of meat braised with a liquid and spices to produce a thick glaze and sauce. We top this with cashews and raisins for a unique and flavorful plate.
Lamb Masala: chunks of roasted meat in a delicious mild curry sauce are a fantastic choice, especially if you come in for the festival. These are created with traditional recipes carried down from ancient times.
Mango Cheesecake: after you’ve had your fill of meat for the festival, try a palate cleansing, light desert. These cheesecakes are homemade, served with whipped cream and a mango marmalade—delicious.
Call Us Today
Serene Cuisine of India is open 7 days a week from 11:00am to 10:00pm. If you would like to place an order with us or reserve a table for Eid ul-Adha, give us a call! Or if you’d like to read more about beautiful and fantastic Indian foods, explore our blog pages.