The newly opened restaurant at Shangri-La’s - Eros Hotel, New Delhi, takes its inspiration from the early ages of culinary evolution when copper (tamra) vessels were used to create delectable wonders. The interactive kitchens are a tribute to the early marketplace where chefs presented their skills and produced culinary delights to sell to traders and visitors.
Tamra is a depiction of a culinary expedition from around the world. It is a treasure trove adorned with quirky and strong design elements. The planter boxes lined with wheat grass that form the backdrop of the continental section, the canopy made from rolling pins, the rustic slated timber on the Japanese, Asian and Indian counter bulkheads and contemporary colourful tiles give the space an overall warm and plush ambience.
Serving Asian, Japanese, International and Indian fare from its five interactive live kitchens, Tamra takes the culinary experience to the next level with its 'world on your platter concept'. The restaurant boasts teppanayaki grills from the Far East, tandoors from Central Asia, the largest selection of exquisite shaken and stirred cocktails at the artistically created bar, unique homemade popsicles and ice cream, a healthy green island and a fresh and flavoursome butcher's block. Tamra promises to be the ideal destination for an epicurean adventure with an array of global flavours and aromas that will make your dining experience memorable.