MARCH 17-20,2022


Also known as the “Festival of Colors,” is a winter solstice event. It celebrates the arrival of spring by having participants spray each other with colored water or powder. It’s an occasion for family and friends to get together and laugh, dance, and feast.

A perfect way to celebrate Holi with family and friends in the San Fernando Valley.

Feast on a colorful display that celebrates India’s culinary diversity.

Serving over 18 mouth-watering items from across India, specially curated by our regional master chefs. 


Dahi Bhalla – A popular North Indian snack. Deep fried lentil fritters dunked in spiced yogurt and topped with chutney.

Dal Dhokli – Ultimate Gujarati comfort food. Whole wheat noodle cooked in a sweet, spicy and tangy lentil stew. 

Puran Poli – An Indian delicacy made by stuffing soft whole wheat dough with slow cooked lentils, jaggery/brown sugar, cardamom, nutmeg and saffron. Cooked until golden brown. 


Shahi Paneer – Originating from the royal kitchens, this succulent Mughlai dish is made with soft, pillowy paneer floating in a creamy gravy of yogurt and exotic spices. 

Tuvar Ringan Shak – A traditional curry from the state of Gujarat, made with freshly harvested pigeon peas and baby eggplants cooked with exotic spices. 

Bhindi Masala – Aka: Vendakkai Masala is a spicy South Indian staple, made with fresh okras (ladyfinger known as Vendakka in Kerala, South India), tomato, and exotic spices. 


Tadka Daal: Literally means Tempered Lentils is a very popular North Indian dish made with slow-cooked lentils tempered with ghee and spices.

Gujarati Daal: A sweet, spicy, and tangy lentil soup made with pigeon pea lentils, tomatoes, various chilies,  warming spices a hint of sweet jaggery. 

Rasam: A spicy South Indian soup made with tamarind, tomatoes, warming spices, and aromatic herbs. 


Holi biryani: A bold and flavorful rice dish made with basmati rice, spices, and mixed veggies. 

Steamed Rice: A staple in any Western Indian household. Aromatic basmati rice steamed and blended with Ghee (Clarified Butter) 

Curd Rice: A delicious must-have South Indian dish,  made with steamed rice, plain yogurt mixed with tempered herbs and spices. 


Roti: Indian Flatbread made with whole wheat flour.  

Puri: A popular Indian deep-fried, puffy bread made with whole wheat flour.

Thepla: Flavorful flatbread made with whole wheat flour, fenugreek leaves, and spices.


Thandai: A refreshing drink loaded with rich ingredients like dried nuts and fruits, seeds, fragrant spices, and saffron. Traditionally served during the Holi celebration

Aamras: A flavorful mango puree made from ripe Indian mangos


Malpua: Traditional North Indian dessert made for special occasions! Fried pancakes flavored with fennel and cardamom then soaked in sugar syrup. 

Rabdi: A classic Indian dessert made with milk, cardamom, saffron, and nuts. 


Carrot & Chili Pickle: A Gujarati Pickle made with carrots and chilies 

Tamarind Chutney: A delicious Indian sauce made with tamarind, jaggery, and spices.

Green Chutney: A Indian green sauce made with cilantro, mint, green chilies, garlic, ginger, and spices.

Papad: A thin fried Indian cracker made with dried lentils and spices.

Holi’s signature drink


a refreshing drink loaded with rich ingredients like dried nuts and fruits, seeds, fragrant spices, and saffron.