QE2 launches Diwali package

The offering features Indian F&B, live music, a kids' play area and breakfast

Packages include the Festival of Flavours at the Lido which is inclusive of Indian delicacies, live music and a kids’ play area
Packages include the Festival of Flavours at the Lido which is inclusive of Indian delicacies, live music and a kids’ play area

The QE2 has introduced its Diwali promotions to celebrate the Indian festival.

Packages include the Festival of Flavours at the Lido which includes Indian delicacies, live music, a kids’ play area and the option to combine the evening with a night’s stay and breakfast.

The dining venue, Lido will serve Indian gastronomy while guests are entertained with a light show and dance.
Dishes include Indian salads, breads, pickles and starters, a chaat station, chicken tikka trios, tandoori vegetables, murg masala and more.

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Desserts include gulab jamun, saffron rice kheer and ras malai.

The offer is valid on 27 October 2019 from 7pm-11pm.

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