Bartending has always been much fun. its takes you places. Getting to HYDERABAD for BARTENDING AT WEDDING RECEPTION was no different
The team had to travel early morning. The journey started at 4 in the morning had to rush to catch the morning flight. It was all smooth sailing. Reached Hyderabad at 8 in the morning. The climate was pleasant, not hot nor was it freezing. Hyderabad never freeze’s actually 🙂 .The hotel car was there to pick us from the airport. Had to keep our finger crossed as booked the hotel online never knew how it could turn out to be.
As a last minute call things moved in a hurry. The stay was by no means bad at all. The rooms were quite impressive. It was neat and spacious. The entire Hyderabad’s travel was taken care by the hotel.
Reached the venue FORT GRAND at around 4.30 in the evening. The décor was mind blowing. The theme was “Mughal” and the everything revolved around the theme.
The stage looked beautiful. It looked like something from the movie “MUGHAL-E-AZAM”. It looked like a masterpiece and with the light effect it looked even better as natural light faded away
The entire surroundings looked like a proper fort. The staff all dressed in the Mughals outfit giving a royal touch to the event. The seating, the stage, the ambience all made to feel as if 1500 AD.
Bartending at wedding
Bartending at wedding receptions is no different . it feels nice to see all happy faces around you. The bar set up was no different from the Royal theme.
The food was out of the world just out of the world. Man must say something very to hard to get right when catering for 1500 plus And “FOODINC.” By The Yum Yum Tree, got it spot on. The food had all types of variety. The Moghul theme showing in the food as well.
The food not only looked but also tasted great, it had the “SHAHI” touch to it. The Mughals would have loved it too. Must say it was an awesome delicacy with every dish standing out. Couldn’t have a favorite as everything was excellent. 🙂
The music was very classical. There was a live classical band playing some good classical tunes. All in all, it looked like a great Mughal set. The décor was mind blowing and the food by Varun Tuli “Foodinc” was out of the world
Getting to Hyderabad was so much fun. Bartending at wedding receptions such as this is such a delight. The décor the theme and the delicacy is a rare thing to see. And as bartenders, it’s a fortunate thing to be a part of such an event. Bartending can get you places.