Pashan Garh,Panna National Park
Set in an area of 190 acres, Taj Safaris Pasangarh is an excellent accommodation option for the visitors of the Panna Tiger Reserve. It has a number of stone cottages inspired from dry-packed stone houses of the Panna region, Madhya Pradesh. You can enjoy various activities organized at the resort. There is a separate guest area too.
There is a total of 12 stone cottages along with a central guest area with amazing leather furniture and huge black and white photo canvasses of Panna’s landscapes with inspiration from the erotic sculptures of the Khajuraho temples. These cottages offer a view of the forest and the nearby waterhole. Once you go enter from the flagstones, the interiors are amazing, airy and lively with touches of ebony, chocolate and white. The bathroom has a central shower. There are comfortable beds, TV, telephone, in-room facility and more.
There is a plush guest area too with Haveli design, a spacious central courtyard amidst huge banyan trees, it is made in Panna stone and has an excellent luxurious exterior. Nearby is a swimming pool.
At the dining hall of Taj Safaris PashanGarh, you will enjoy amazing culinary delights, which are a perfect mix authentic Indian recipes, primarily Bundelkhand-style cuisine. Guests can savor home-style cooked food prepared with the freshest of ingredients. Sumptuous lunch platters are also served in the terraced veranda of the dining rooms as well as in the rooms. The menu also features dishes prepared from the delicacies of the own garden of the lodge such as wild gooseberries with cheese and freshly prepared river sole marinaded with yoghurt, saffron, turmeric, ginger and garlic.
You can also enjoy the signature romantic palanquin dinner featuring a range of snacks (vegetarian and non-vegetarian), a selection of traditional breads, other specialties like traditional chicken tikka masala, minced lamb, green lentils, grated paneer cheese etc. Relish dessert tarts in flavors like caramelized banana, honey, date and rose petal or coconut, milk and sugar.
Another specialty is a traditional or platter that includes small servings of five or more regional dishes, breads, rice and lastly desert. The lodge has an interesting interactive kitchen, perfect for a kadhai dinner, where guests can interact with the chefs and enjoy dishes being made in front of their eyes.
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