A gastronomic journey through the North far removed from convention

Loya, the latest offering by Indian Hotels at Taj Palace, New Delhi, offers a confluence of flavours from the foothills of Himalayas, the fields of Punjab, the Gangetic plains, and snow-laden Kashmir

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Loya, Taj Palace

Akshara Srivastava New Delhi
Think North Indian cuisine and you think paneer or your choice of meat in orange gravies, some kaali dal, breads laced with butter and garlic. But shed those assumptions when you enter Loya, the latest offering by Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) at Taj Palace, New Delhi.

A confluence of flavours from the foothills of Himalayas – Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the fields of Punjab, the Gangetic plains, and snow-laden Kashmir is on the menu at Loya — which literally translates to a festive gathering. 

The ornate brass lanterns, carved window panels inspired by Mughal architecture, and the golden thaals and

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First Published: Oct 28 2022 | 5:10 PM IST

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