The Feast of the Maharajahs invites you to indulge in a gastronomic journey through the illustrious cuisine of India’s royal houses spanning the last six centuries – from the opulence of the Mughal empire to the contemporary kitchens of today’s royal families. Delve into the rich tapestry of recipes, stories, and folklore drawn from the annals of royal palaces and history books with food fit for a King.

2023 Menu

Slow cooked stuffed onions
from the kitchen of the Mughal Emperor Akbar (16th century)


Qaliya Badami – lamb & almond curry
Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s kitchen (17th century)

Roasted quince with pomegranate masala
Maharajah of Kashmir

Pungent Nepalese vegetables
Gwalior Fort

Cobra Cooler
Maharajah of Indore

Uzbek Garlic Pulao
Kitchen of the first Mughal Emperor, Babur (15th century)


Emperor’s Apples
Maharajah of Jaipur

Rose petal marmalade, fennel & melon seed, toasted coconut

*vegetarian/vegan option available