A Look Inside the Dining Experience at the Club Mahindra Resorts in Kerala
Experiences - Nov 06, 2018

A Look Inside the Dining Experience at the Club Mahindra Resorts in Kerala

The whole prospect of taking a vacation is in itself beautiful and when you have the luxury of being able to escape to an exotic destination and stay in a resort that takes care of all your requirements, it’s almost too good to be true! But that is exactly what staying at a Club Mahindra resort is all about. The resorts are located at destinations that are far from the bustling crowds and let you soak in the environment beautifully. The views are breath taking and capture the essence of the place.

Taking a peek into the exquisite dining experience of a Club Mahindra resort would mean addressing the food prepared, what the chefs have to say, the raw materials used, the processes and techniques that are implemented in the kitchen and various other experiments that our staff undertakes to provide the customers a fabulous experience. There are 6 Club Mahindra resorts in Kerala, namely Thekkady, Wayanad, Alleppey, Cherai, Poovar and Munnar resort. All resorts take immense care to provide the members exemplary service. The chefs are trained and have abundant knowledge about the local delicacies, recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation and a host of other nuances that are specific to the cuisine of the place. Appam is a speciality that is typical to South India and is consumed by the locals as a staple. Paired with various stews that usually consist of chunks of meat or seafood smothered in rich, luscious coconut based curries; these are recipes that have been around for generations.

Being surrounded by the sea, fish is a huge part of Kerala’s staple diet. Coconut milk, kokum and tamarind are spices that are usually used in the preparations. The resorts take ample care to ensure that the produce is fresh and the materials have been sourced from the market every single day. The food is freshly prepared and hygiene is something that is key when it comes to serving the best quality food. The buffets are lively, full of numerous options to choose from and offering a glimpse into the culture of the place of visit. With different types of breads, juices, freshly cut fruits, eggs, etc. for breakfast to a bigger spread for lunch and dinner, everything is well taken care of. You can relish delicious local food of Kerala at Club Mahindra resorts in Kerala.

Here is an excerpt from Chef Abhishek’s interview for our blog (What the Chef Said) Quality ingredients are crucial for any chef. There are standard specifications that we abide by to ensure everything that leaves our kitchen is top quality. We have specifications for every item used in the kitchen, such as:

• Packaged foods from vendors must be FSSAI certified. This is checked by a team comprising of purchase managers and chefs on a daily basis.

• We ensure ingredients come in a specified manner and are at the right temperature when we receive them.

• Most of our resorts and kitchens are ISO 22000 certified. It is mandatory that these processes are documented and adhered to, by everyone involved.

• We have ongoing training and set of internal as well as external audits that take place from time to time to ensure there are no lapses.

Still undecided? Do check out the many Club Mahindra reviews online to see what our delighted guests have to say!

 

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