DeSovrani Puja Festival with its theme- JOMIDAR BARIR MOHA BHOJ will be serving authentic dishes which are usually served at the Zamindar houses during the pujas. The cuisines will be available in a buffet format for the people.
The main aim of this festival is to give the customers a feel of the cuisines that is served at the Zamindar houses during the five days of the festivities. The food festival at the Hotel will start from Saptami and continue till Dasami.
Starters at the festival will include Kucho chingrir chop or macher chop. The bhaja will consist of Jhuri aloo, papod, kakrol, potol and other vegetables. Both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian dishes will be made available for the people coming to dine at the Sand restaurant at DeSovrani. Some of the main courses in the vegetarian section include Sukto, fulkopir Korma, Chanar dalna, Dhokar Dalna, Mochar kofta curry and such other mouthwatering dishes. The non-vegetarian dishes on the list include Golda chingrir Kosha, Kochi pathar jhol, Doi Katla, Topse fry, Narkol die Kosha murgi, Posto kacha lonka die murgi and many others.
Sweets include Raj bhog, Chanar payesh, Komola Bhog, Misti doi, Langcha, Gobindo bhoger kheer and others. A paan will be served just like the Zamindar households to the customers coming to dine at the restaurant too.
The price of the buffet will cost about Rs. 999 including taxes, per individual. The timing of the lunch will be from 12pm to 3.30pm and dinner will be served from 7pm to 11.30 pm. This Jomidar Barir Moha Bhoj will be available from 30th September to 3rd October.
Hop in to DeSovani to get a feel of the Zamindar household and their cuisine and increase your Puja enjoyment to the utmost.