We have all heard of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table and their quests throughout Europe while growing up. For those who are still fascinated with the legend what better way than to follow in their footsteps than with a culinary journey at Arthur’s Theme. 1997 saw the inception of Chef Navtej’s Arthur’s Theme in Koregaon Park, Pune and now they have brought the legend to Goa.
In keeping with theme of King Arthur one can expect to find a large hand crafted shield, the signature sword in the stone and other various quirky artifacts in the restaurant. Medieval English décor is what springs to mind, but this far from reality. The elegantly cultivated décor is light, airy with subtle hues of ivory and almost traditional Laura Ashley floral prints with a hint of gold. Arthur’s Theme has created their own eclectic version of 6th-century chandeliers, Venetian mirrors and light panels that reflect the King Arthur’s symbol.
Chef Navtej Sawhney, who has won several awards from the “King Chef” title 2004, 2009 and 2010 has trained in various countries and hotels around the world conceptualized this casual dining restaurant. He wanted to create a unique experience for the diners and believed in identifying the right ingredients for the quality product. “My sole motivation was to set out as a restaurateur with a vision to provide our customers with the best culinary experience every single time.” He goes onto to say “Good food is one of the finest pleasures of life!”
There’s an array of appetizer to choose from with quirky names such as Queen Marchell – mushrooms stuff with cottage cheese & herbs with Santa Monica salsa to Alfredo – marinated Calamari rings cooked in tempura batter with a garlic chilli dip, Baldred (from The English Comedy Black Adder)– strips of beef tenderloin saluted in garlic butter with cherry tomatoes and gherkins and much more.
C/O The Acacia Hotel & Spa Goa, Main Candolim Road
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Advert Created On: 20/09/2016
Advert Last Updated: 13/01/2017
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