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A.D. Singh

A year after opening Olive Bar and Kitchen in Delhi, the restaurateur introduces The Moorish Fable, where you can partake of food, drink and legend.

A.D. Singh
A.D. Singh
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How does one translate fable into food?
The Great Moor was a traveller, conqueror, artist and stargazer. By following his journey we get to recreate the foods of Africa, Europe and West Asia.

So every weekend turns into an exploration?
Yes, this is a fascinating wide-palate concept, which lets us marry mood with eats. Like shishas, lava lamps and djembe with mezze platters and sensual incense with wine-based desserts.

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