Saffron Valley Caters Luncheon for U.S. Indian Ambassador visiting Utah

Saffron Valley Caters for Ambassadorial Event

Saffron Valley Caters for Ambassadorial Event

During the Indian Ambassador to the United States, Mrs. Nirupama Rao’s visit to Salt Lake City on June 13th, the World Trade Center of Utah hosted a luncheon in honor of the Ambassador and her delegation. The event was enthusiastically attended by nearly 80 Utah business professionals and Indian community leaders in the State.

Speaking at the occasion, Mrs. Rao commented, “Less than a decade ago, trade between our two countries was $35 billion-a-year. Today, that number has nearly tripled to $100 billion and is poised to climb even higher.” She added that a generous visa policy for highly skilled workers would help strengthen ties between both the countries and be mutually beneficial.

Saffron Valley Caters for Ambassadorial Event

Plating for the Ambassadorial Event

Great networking amidst flavorful food as distinct aromas wafted through the board room made the Ambassador’s visit a truly memorable one. Catering for the event was provided by Saffron Valley, which now has a second location open in the Salt Lake City Avenues located at 26, E Street. The custom designed plated Indian lunch was a combination of juicy grilled kebabs, fresh green salad, flavorful vegetable biryani and a luscious coconut korma.

Saffron Valley Caters for Ambassadorial Event

Saffron Valley Caters for Ambassadorial Event

Saffron Valley is a full service restaurant providing an everyday lunch buffet, dine-in, take-out and catering services with two convenient locations in South Jordan and Salt Lake City. Named Best Indian Restaurant in Utah by the Salt Lake Magazine 2012 and 2013, Saffron Valley provides healthy and delicious Indian catering for both private and corporate events.  www.saffronvalley.com

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