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Prana Indian Cuisine brings life-giving force to the palates

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Novotel Manila Araneta City has launched Prana Indian Cuisine. 

Named after the Sanskrit word for “breath” or “life force,” Prana’s aim is for every authentic Indian dish to give a life-giving force to its guests’ palates. 

Prana Indian Cuisine by Food Exchange Manila takes the palates on a flavorful journey to experience signature dishes full of strong flavors and bursts of spicy, sweet, smokey, and savory tastes. 

The launching of Prana started with a graceful inauguration and official ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by the Ambassador of India to the Philippines, Shambhu Kumaran, alongside General Manager Maria Manlulu-Garcia and ACI Senior Consultant Rowell Recinto. 

Ambassador Kumaran highlighted  the strength of the partnership between India and the Philippines and how Prana can bridge both countries’ love for Indian food. 

“It is with great honor to showcase the rich heritage of Indian cuisine here in the City of Firsts. Every mouthful of our Indian specialties brings awakening energy to your palate. I hope you enjoy this flavorful journey with us,“ shared Indian Masterchef Rajan Veeranan. 

Some noteworthy dishes to try are Pani Puri, Murgh Makhani (Butter Chicken Masala), Hyderabadi Lamb Dum Biryani, and Lamb Seekh Kebab. Prana Indian Cuisine has a la carte choices and a set menu with 4-course or 7-course options. It is open from Wednesday to Sunday, lunch (11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.) and dinner (6 p.m. to 10 p.m.).

For more information, visit bit.ly/NMACPrana. To start your flavorful journey at Prana Indian Cuisine, please call number +632 8990 7999 or mobile number +63949 886 5591 or email H7090-FB1@accor.com to reserve a table.

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