Inside Priyanka Chopra's Lavish Dinner At Sona In New York
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Priyanka Chopra is a global icon and there’s no denying the fact that she enjoys a massive fan-following. An actor par excellence, Priyanka has made a niche for herself across the borders and has even turned entrepreneur. But did you know PeeCee is a huge foodie too? Well, she opened a modern Indian restaurant in New York, and that definitely tells us something about her love for food. But besides that, we have often found her sharing snippets of her foodie adventures on Instagram. Be it her Mexican binge while enroute to Mexico, or her drooling over bowl meals, we’ve seen a lot of her foodie side.  

Currently in New York along with her daughter Malti, Priyanka just could not miss dropping on to her restaurant Sona for a lavish meal. For the unversed, Sona is Priyanka’s restaurant in New York which recently also got Michelin recognition. Priyanka took to Instagram to share a picture of her drool-worthy meal on Instagram Stories and left us hungry.  

On the table, we could see a scrumptious plate of galouti kebabs, besides a seasoned puff pastry and pan-seared lamb pate, which seemed to be the perfect blend of texture and spices. But that was not all. Next, she had a sumptuous crab puri caviar. The puffed puris with an impressive dressing looked absolutely heavenly. Priyanka’s hearty meal also included a rather healthy food item – buckwheat bhel along with another exotic dish. Take a look at what she posted: 

Doesn’t that look absolutely drool-worthy? “Nights at SONA” Priyanka wrote in her caption along with a heart. She also added, “It was so nice to meet everyone dining.” 

If you too are feeling hungry already, we've got some recipes of similar kinds of dishes that you can try at home.  

1. Galouti Kebab 

Galouti, which translates to soft, is what makes this Indian kebab a mouth-melting recipe from Awadhi cuisine. A perfect blend of spices and textures, these kebabs are sure to leave you drooling for more.


2. Goan Crab Curry  

Priyanka crab puri caviar is tough to make at home, but we can definitely cook our own regional crab curry from Goa. Cooked with coconut cream and goan chilli bombs, this Goan crab curry is a treat to your palette.  

3. Low Cal Bhel Puri  

This low calorie bhel puri with bean sprouts takes cue from the popular Mumbai Street food, and is a balance of tasty and healthy. An easy and yummy solution for those hunger pangs.