The much anticipated and exciting event we were all waiting for since a very long time has finally come, The Grand Andhra Cuisine Feast@ The Spicy Venue. With the help of the management and chef we have selected exciting dishes from the existing menu. We have very carefully and cautiously made an effort to balance between the veggies and non-veggies, we have in fact added more number of vegetarian dishes than non-veg dishes. The menu meant for the foodies, looks like a traditional Andhra festive meal. The menu consisted of Fruit punch, Gari with coconut chutney, Panner 65, Chilly Quail fry, Korameenu fish Fry (boneless), and Chakkara pongal (sweet pongal). After having these in the main course we had Mamidikaya pappu (Mango Dal), Bendakaya fry (bhandi), Bangaladumpa Battani korma (aloo mutter korma), Karam Vankaya (Masala stuffed brinjal), Ulavacharu with cream (horse gram), Papucharu (Andhra sambar), Rasam and curd. On Non-veg side we had Mamidikaya mamsam (mango mutton), Crab iguru (semi dry), Royyalu iguru (prawns semi dry), Bommidayalu puluse (Small Whole Fish gravy). In the rice section, we had kodi pulao (chicken), veg pulao and steamed rice. I am in love with the kodi Pulao which is a nice blend aromas and flavors. The chicken is very tender and perfectly cooked; this is the way a pulao has to be. Finally we ended our meal with their signature dessert Apricot Delight, which is true to its name a wonderful delight for every dessert lover. Three layers of Pudding, apricot puree and Cake slice, it is utterly a mind-blowing and very scrumptious dessert, I advice who ever visits this place must have this one. Overall I am very happy with the food and the service. I must appreciate Mr. Sampath and his whole team for making this event such a grand success.