Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi, March 25th,2018: The Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi was privileged to host the German President Frank Walter Steinmeier and his wife Mrs. Büdenbender on their visit to India.
They were greeted with hand-woven pashminas and the traditional Indian Nagara drums welcome ceremony. During their stay, the luxurious abode – The TATA Suite, was the place of residence for the President and his wife.
The team of chef’s created bespoke turn downs of German chocolate truffle, mini pretzel, cookie ring and berries accompanied by handcrafted white chocolate edible miniature art installation and German Riesling.
The President’s wife & the delegation were served the traditional Indian thali in peacock enamelled silver plated cutlery. Our chef’s culinary preparations were reflective of the Indian delicacies served, ranging from Chicken Tariwala, Palak Paneer to the quintessential Indian dessert Rasmalai which the president’s wife Mrs. Budenbender both relished and appreciated.
Speaking on the visit Mr. Gaurav Pokhariyal, Area Director Delhi Hotels and General Manager, Taj Diplomatic Enclave said: “We are privileged to host the German President Mr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his wife Mrs. Budenbender. For over three decades, the iconic Taj Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi has offered its guests unique and meaningful experiences. It is, therefore, the most preferred venue for the heads of state and business leaders in the past and we continue to look forward to deliveringthebestofguestexperiences”.