Hotel Metropole Hanoi toasts a taste of India

Indian Chef Halim Ali Khan is set to take Metropole Hanoi Hotel by storm with his sizzling and fiery North Indian creations from 23 to 28 April

on April 23,2018 11:33 AM

Hotel Metropole Hanoi toasts a taste of India

Indian Chef Halim Ali Khan

At “Incredible India: A taste of the finest Indian flavours,” guests are invited to indulge in Chef Khan’s signature butter chicken Tandoori, Naans, Tangy lamb curries, and Indian sweets. The Indian master chef, who will be flying in from the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, is due to showcase his culinary creations at the Metropole’s Vietnamese fine-dining restaurant Spices Garden.

Indian specialties by Chef Halim Ali Khan

Indian specialties by Chef Halim Ali Khan

Guests can also look forward to a special lunch buffet, featuring classic Indian dishes such as Lentil pancakes with tomato chutney and stir-fried okra, as well as a dinner-time 5-course tasting menu, including a vegetarian option. The lunch buffet is at VND790,000++ per person, while the tasting menu is priced at VND1,950,000++ per person.

Chef Khan grew up in Odisha, a state in Eastern India, where he picked up traditional Indian recipes passed along by village tradition and families. He spent six years honing his craft at the Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa, before joining Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila in 2012 as Indian Sous Chef and cooked his way up to Restaurant Operations Chef. Chef Khan is the masterful artisan behind the North Indian atelier of Spiral, Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila’s multi-awarded flagship restaurant with 21 interactive dining ateliers. Boasting culinary experience spanning more than a decade, Chef Khan’s passion for the culinary arts has shaped his path towards creating gastronomic impressions for the eager gourmand.

Assorted Kebab Platter

Assorted Kebab Platter

For reservations, call the hotel via telephone number (024) 3826 6919, ext: 8200 or email to

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