Weddings are incomplete without a great, great food menu, and we all heartily believe it! And, if you are a Punjabi, then it’s not just about food, but also about the drinks served! Talking about Virushka, even though Virat has always been health conscious, but his wedding menu is totally opposite, and we bet you will love it. P.S., the couple managed to have amazing Indian food on the lands of Italy!
As the source says, “Chef Ritu Dalmia was in charge of the catering at the Virushka wedding. The menu included in-house specialities from Cittamani, Dalmia’s restaurant. From porcini mushrooms wrapped in bikaneri roti to stuffed ravioli with paneer kurchan, the menu at Virat and Anushka’s wedding was tailor-made. The spread was extensive South Indian, with Indian desserts like rabdi, etc.”
Now we all know Virat Kohli is a Delhite, and loves Delhi food but Tuscany is no Rajouri Garden. “This is Italy and we have strong reasons to believe that crispy artichoke hearts are being served just before the main entrée, which obviously is bocconcini di pollo allo (totally made that up). There may be some spinach quiches on the menu too. Obviously, for the protein.”
Their specially designed and customized menu is had some really good exotic dishes such as porcini mushrooms wrapped in Bikaneri roti and stuffed ravioli with paneerkurchan. It was an extensive spread with not just Italian delights but also Indian fusion, South Indian and desidesserts like rabri.
We also learnt that Tuscans are particularly fond of their soups – the popular ones being the ribollita (a vegetable and bread soup), Papa al pomodoro(a tomato soup perfect for the winter).
And and, if this is a proper Punjabi wedding, then how can we consider it without alcohol. Virat and Anushka obviously traded Royal Stag with Rosé.