Choosing a Christmas Party Venue in Sydney to celebrate Christmas 2019 can be a difficult task. And if you are responsible for planning your workplace’s Christmas function then the pressure is on you to arrange an unforgettable night that everyone will enjoy. It is a tough task and one that can leave the most experienced party planners shuddering in their boots.
One of the biggest decisions that you will have to make is to choose the venue. Below are some tips for choosing a Christmas party venue that is right for your needs for a stress-free Christmas event:
Plan Early for Christmas 2019
First and foremost you need to start planning it early. Because it will allow you to go visit each of the sites and directly compare each package. Don’t forget venues will offer early bid deals, so booking early can save you considerable money too.
Know What You Want
The place you choose will depend entirely on what you want for your Christmas party. It’s an amazing idea to canvas your colleagues first on dates and preferences and take note of any personal specifics. You also need to be sure about your budget and have an idea of how the majority of your partygoers will be traveling to and from the venue.
Visit the Venue before Christmas celebration
Nothing gives off the atmosphere of a place that lets you check out the behaviour of the staff like a visit to the venue. And it also allows you to check out parking arrangements, public transport and get a feel for its facilities.
What Are The Package Options for Christmas 2019? (Our Christmas package is now available to book for this December! )
It seems like an obvious question, but make sure to find out what is included in every package that is available at each venue. All will have minimum and maximum numbers because some will offer food option such as three courses meals and some will be inclusive of drinks and some have entertainment included and other may just be for the venue hire only. And when comparing packages and prices make sure you are aware of any additional charge.
Christmas 2019 is right around the corner and it’s high time to find the best places for your Christmas place. These are some things that you need to consider for choosing the venue for this Christmas party. Whatever your requirements are pertaining to exceptional service, entertainment options, delicious food servings, variety of drinks, and personal approaches, and whether you have a small budget or large, Tandoori Palace ensures that your Christmas celebration runs perfectly and will be remembered for years to come.
FIND THE PERFECT DIRECTION TO RESTAURANT TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS 2019
Our restaurant strives hard to make spicy Indian food suitable to Australian taste buds, without compromising the original richness of food.
1) Butter chicken (taste:-Sweet)
It is curried chicken with added cream.
It is prepared in Makhani (butter).
The butter is added to the onion-tomato(majorly tomato) based gravy, which makes the gravy smooth creamy.
Tandoori Palace will present you different recipes of Indian food to prepare at home each week!
The cuisine of India has a wide variety of typical dishes made with lamb, poultry, vegetables, rice, herbs or spices. A mixture of smells, flavors and textures that have captivated the entire world.
Our recipe for today is the Pan Naan or Hindu bread
Pan Naan (Hindu bread)
We started with a basic to accompany all our Indian dishes, the Naan bread. Typically, it is served hot and brushed with ghee or butter and can be used to scoop other foods or served stuffed with any filling of your liking.
1. Mix in a bowl a teaspoon of sugar, 100 ml of warm water and 7 g of dry yeast. Let it stand for 10 minutes until the yeast is activated and begins to become foamy.
2. Place 250 g of flour on a clean flat surface in the form of a volcano, add the yeast in the middle, a natural yogurt and a tablespoon of olive oil.
3. Knead until you get a smooth dough without lumps (if the dough is sticky add a couple of tablespoons of flour and knead again). Cover it with a cloth, place it in a warm place (next to the oven, for example) and let it light. In about an hour it should reach twice its size.
4. Divide the dough into 8 portions, make balls and crush them.
5. Put a pan over high heat with a drop of oil, once it is hot put the dough, cook until bubbles begin to appear and is slightly toasted underneath, then turn it over and cook it on the other side. Repeat the operation with the rest of the dough portions.
6. To finish, brush the naan with melted butter and serve it hot.
What to eat in India: a beginner’s guide.
Nothing better than being transported by the aromas and the taste of Indian cuisine. The cuisine of a country is the perfect way, not only to enjoy a good meal, but also to know the culture and customs of the place you are traveling to. But if you are still not heading to India, you can always start in an Indian restaurant near you.
But first of all, we want to explain what Indian cuisine is like and what kind of food you are going to try. In India, the first thing that attracts attention is the taste of spices and condiments, always perfectly combined to enhance the delicious taste of the dishes. Some of the most characteristic Indian flavors are cayenne, clove, ginger, cardamom or saffron. With a mixture of these and other spices you get the famous garam masala or the curries that, after all, are the perfect blend of various condiments.
Yes, let's break a myth: curry is not curry. Let us explain: the word curry comes from the word kari meaning pepper, which the English "adopted" to define any dish with spicy sauces, which are called masala here.
And what about the curry you buy at the supermarket? It was "invented" by the English settlers who returned home after having lived (and eaten) in India ... they missed the taste of that exotic land and looked for a remedy for it.
In Indian cuisine you will find all kinds of stews and also use a lot of vegetables, rice and vegetables, always with curries or masalas. A truly exotic flavor that is sometimes accompanied by chai (tea), one of the country's flagship drinks that is also served with spices and aromatic herbs.
You can start this journey to India with the typical vegetarian samosas, pasties with a potato filling accompanied by vegetables. The texture of the outer dough is very crispy and is served fried. Or you can choose the onion bhajis, an absolute must as a starter for an Indian meal. They are tasty little onion balls bound together with lightly spiced and fragrant chickpea flour batter.
If we have to talk about cooking styles, our favorite is the tandoori without doubts, by which we carry our name. Tandoor means clay oven and is cooked with wood and charcoal. You can try any of the mains of our delicious Tandoori grill, especially the chicken tikka, which has been marinated with yogurt and a tandoori type masala (which has garlic, salt and cilantro combined) with ginger, nutmeg and other spices).
To have a typical Indian meal, don’t forget the rice or bread. Wheat is the base of the feeding of the north of the country, and the rice of the south. Although on both sides they meet each other (but we would always prefer our varieties of Naan).
No food journey is complete without the dessert. Try our favorite gulab jamun. They are balls of dough of flour fried and bathed with rose liquor, plus ice cream… simply delicious!