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Norwegian salmon welcomes the diplomatic community

17th May is marked as the Norwegian Constitution day to celebrate the declaration of Norway`s independent constitution 203 years ago. Bringing in the celebration this time around, the Norwegian Seafood Council (NSC) along with the Royal Norwegian Consulate in Mumbai hosted an exquisite dinner to commemorate the occasion of national importance to the country at the plush Hotel Trident in Mumbai.

To extend its reach and mark Norwegian presence amongst the diplomatic community, NSC extended an official invitation to all career diplomats in Mumbai to celebrate the moment with Norwegian Seafood in particular.

With no surprises here, the chief guest for the day to shine and dine, stood the Norwegian Salmon looking as flavorful as ever, beholding the guests to grab a bite. Norwegian salmon was freshly flown in from Norway to be tabled out at the Norwegian national day in Mumbai.

Dishes prepared were from smoked salmon and salmon fillet to retain authentic   taste of the Norwegian fish. Some of the signature dishes prepared by the Trident chef were smoked salmon mosaic with horseradish cream, Cider and apple wood baked salmon, Grilled fillet of salmon, root vegetables and saffron butter nage.

NSC`s purpose here has been to connect with the Diplomatic community in Mumbai to create awareness of Norwegian presence and reach them with Norwegian Seafood to create more salmon consumption at future consular events to take place.

The message was clear, loud and well accepted with most of the guests enjoying the Norwegian Seafood Dinner to the fullest.

More than 50 invitees of the Diplomatic community along with seafood dealers gathered to enjoy the seafood buffet and dishes specially created by Norwegian Seafood Council for their taste buds.

NSC looks forward to hosting the diplomatic community soon again to bring in more achievements in the near future.

Acting Consul General Tor Arnt Dahlstrøm and Yogi Shergill from Norwegian Seafood Council.