Tuesday, June 10, 2014

"Presley on Platter": An Indian Cafe Serves Up the Many Flavors of Elvis

Posted By on Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 10:40 AM


There are few things your Pesky Fly likes more than news stories about Elvis-themed menus overusing quotes from Elvis songs. Here's one from New Delhi that gets better and better.

"Lonesome tonight" or not, if you are in for "a little less conversation" and appetising American cuisine, head to the capital-based multi-cuisine restaurant, Life Caffe of Hotel Corus, that will take you back in time to when Elvis Presley, the undisputed king of rock and roll, ruled supreme.

Titled Presley on Platter, the fest will be on all this month and it will take you back to the 1960s and 1970s when the legendary American singer ruled the music charts and hearts of many youngsters...

"We wanted to connect with the youth of today and those of yesteryears, so we needed to introduce certain elements and an Elvis Presley festival is one way to do it. He was a youth icon, so people can feel connected through his music," Deepak Khera, hospitality consultant, Life Caffe, told IANS.


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