Chef Prateek Sadhu is greatest identified for his uncommon dishes that champion contemporary produce on the restaurant Masque. Sadhu, who usually goes on foraging journeys within the nation, is well known for utilizing components in modern methods. However now, Sadhu has executed one thing fully new and in contrast to what you’d anticipate at Masque – he’s launched a meals truck takeover.
For his or her third anniversary, Masque has collaborated with Bombay Meals Truck (BFT) to current a particular truck-style menu to take their restaurant on wheels. “Back when I was studying in New York [at the Culinary Institute of America], we used to eat a lot from food trucks as we could afford that. But what I love the most about food trucks is the kind of personalisation, where the chef speaks with all customers, and it’s all fun. You touch so many lives when you run a food truck,” reminisces Sadhu. It’s with this hope to make Masque’s meals extra accessible (and inspired by meals author Sonal Ved), Sadhu determined to collaborate with BFT.
The purpose, he says, was to not take the dinner menu from the restaurant open air however current it otherwise. Although Masque may be on wheels, the menu remains to be all in regards to the components, plenty of which has come from his latest foraging expertise in Kashmir and Leh. Sadhu has additionally joined fingers with Entry Life Basis, which works in the direction of paediatric assist for kids dwelling with most cancers, and can donate the gross sales from one dish to the organisation.
Ashish Sajnani, proprietor of BFT says, “Mumbai loves food on the go which is easy to eat, as people multitask while eating too. So burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches work best. Collaborations like these amplify our efforts to go the top and be the trendsetter. We have done many collaborations earlier, though this one is different, working with chef Prateek is a great experience for us.”
A dish Sajnani recommends, is the yak cheese taco with amrud chutney. Additionally on the menu is Masque’s signature pineapple dessert served as a smooth serve, burgers made with bread made with milk, and a dish by Sadhu’s mom too. “Our food is inspired by nostalgia, so I wanted to include one of the dishes that were a part of Masque’s menu when my mother collaborated with us last year. Doing a food truck menu has been a dream for long. We are letting our hair down with the menu,” Sadhu emphasises.
Ongoing till September 20 at Godrej BKC, Bandra East; and on September 21 exterior Masque, Mahalaxmi; midday to 7 pm; Costs vary between ₹250 and ₹400