Indian Food festival was formally inaugurated at The Heritage, Old DC Bungalow Kohima on Wednesday evening by state governor K. Sankaranarayanan.
In his address the governor suggested to state government that good restaurant should come up in the state.
The governor also urged the chief minister that more rooms should be made available in the Hotel Japfu, Kohima and opined that there was shortage of more than 5000 rooms in the state to accommodate various people.
In his address State chief minister Neiphiu Rio fully endorsed the Governor suggestions.
He also lauded the Heritage and the Synergy Group Enterprise for organizing the food festival.
The chief minister also reiterated that government was always ready to extend help to youths, who come up with various ideas to organize various events.
Rio felt that it was high time people should change habits and go out to visit restaurant and hotel to have diner or lunch and also know the other cultures and lifestyles
Managing Director The Heritage Theja Meru said the festival and would be opened to visitor till April 7 starting 11 am to 8 pm.
Indian festival caters eatery such as Chicken Butter Masala, Chicken Kashmiri, Fish Mughalai, Mutton, Butter Naan, Tandoor Paratha, Dal Makhani, Mattar Paneer, Tandoori Chicken etc.
The budget tag is priced at Rs.250 per heard (Buffet) and Rs.100 for below 10 years. The Indian food festival is organized by The Heritage and the Synergy Group Enterprise (SGE)