SeaFeast at Absolute Barbecues in Guwahati from February 12-28

Leading barbecue restaurant chain, Absolute Barbecues (AB’s) in Guwahati, announced a special seafood festival – SeaFeast – with an exotic spread of marine delicacies from February 12-28.

SeaFeast at Absolute Barbecues, located at Mayur Heights, ABC Point, GS Road, will transport you to a whole new world of delicacies that will tickle your taste buds with the unique flavours of marine delights.

The festival will feature the best of seafood from around the world, and the signature dishes include Baracuda, Crispy Fried Anchovy, Snapper, Shark, Stingray, Eel, Bombay Duck, Malabar Tawa Mackerel, Seafood Paturi, Red Snapper, Nellore Fish curry, Butter Garlic Prawn, Seafood Bisque, Bombil, Fish Roe, Octopus, Seafood Paella, Malabar Tawa Mackerel apart from the regular options in desserts and mains.

Speaking about the food festival, Shubham Shukla, DGM, sales & marketing said: “With SeaFeast, AB’s endeavours to take its customers on a gastronomic tour of the finest treasures of the sea. SeaFeast will feature dishes that have been crafted by our expert chefs and are sure to delight all seafood lovers. Our menu sports an array of lip-smacking dishes and we are excited to treat our guests to an unforgettable culinary experience.”

Headquartered at Hyderabad, Absolute Barbecues has over 42 outlets all over India and two in Dubai. AB’s unique concept of ‘Wish Grill’ caught the fancy of the customers with the new style of barbecuing clubbed with fun and frolic, and thereby promoting the concept of Do-It-Yourself cuisine.

With the credit of being India’s first wish grill restaurant, AB’s offers an all-you-can-eat buffet that comprises of Indian, continental and exotic offerings.

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