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Taste of India
 Explore one of the world’s richest and most diverse cuisines with Secret Retreats and Secret Tables. Savour a unique mix of food and culture as you dine at a wilderness-to-table restaurant in Mumbai, sip a cup of tea at the famous tea plantations in Darjeeling or feast on delightful Indian, Oriental and Western cuisine during a maharaja-style dining experience that will transport you back to royal times


Masque Restaurant – Mumbai
Taste Chef Prateek’s passion for food is influenced by the culinary traditions of Ladakh, Jammu, Kashmir and Uttarakhand. His team regularly features standout ingredients from each of the regions, placing them at the very centre of 10- and 14-course menus. Other fresh, local produce is sourced entirely from Masque’s own organic and bio-intensive farm in Pune. If you plan to be in Mumbai during September, don’t miss your chance to dine at Masque Restaurant enjoying a brand new menu to celebrate its third anniversary.



Glenburn Tea Estate – Darjeeling
Relax and enjoy the breathtaking scenery and serenity at Glenburn Tea Estate. Savour family recipes including tea-leaf pakoras, Tibetan momos and Burmese khow suey – all served with a discrete but attentive Glenburn touch. Sit down to breakfast and lunch either in the bright and sunny morning room at one end of the front verandah, under the pomelo tree outside the Water Lily Bungalow or on a terrace overlooking the Himalayas.



Stok Palace – Ladakh
Immerse yourself in the cultural heritage of Ladakh at Stok Palace. From within the 200-year-old mural-adorned walls, one can experience the Ladakhi way of life thanks to the sounds of Buddhist chants coming from the palace temple, a traditional Ladakhi meal in the royal kitchen, or evening tea in the shade of the magnificent old apricot and walnut trees. Start each morning feasting your eyes on the glorious vistas while satiating your stomach with a sumptuous and wholesome Ladakhi breakfast.



Brijrama Palace – Varanasi & Ganges River
Varanasi is one of the oldest continually inhibited cities in the world situated on the banks of the Ganges River. Discover this fascinating hub of humanity from Brijrama Palace where opulent architecture and hand crafted glass artwork envelop diners in the age of the region’s maharajas. Board the palace’s private dinner boat for an exclusive experience featuring delicious vegetarian cuisine enjoyed amongst a backdrop of beautiful fresco paintings and the holy river.


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