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The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival at Oudh 1590 Inaugurated by Eminent Kolkata Celebrities

Best Awadhi Kebabs in Kolkata at Oudh Kebab Festival

The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival at Oudh 1590 was inaugurated in the august presence of Pallavi Chatterjee, Alokananda Roy and Mr. Debaditya Chaudhury and Mr. Shiladitya Chaudhury, Partner of Oudh 1590.


The team of Oudh 1590 has tried to recreate the cuisine as a humble effort to pay tribute to the great chefs who have created delicious recipes and passed them on to the next generations. Not many people are aware that fish play a major role as the fishes were easily available from the Gomti River. Game bird was also a major draw at the Awadhi kitchens.


Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Shiladitya Chaudhry, Partner, Oudh 1590 said “We have created this vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu keeping in mind the needs of both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian food lovers. We hope this will be liked by the food lovers who frequent our restaurant”.


Some of the rare delicacies that one will be getting at the festival include Gosht Pasanda Kabab, Gosht Afghani Boti Kabab, Dum Ki Raan, Murgh Sugandhi Kabab, Murgh Malai Kabab, Tandoori Teetar (Quail), Mahi Shammi Kabab, Tandoori Mahi, Jheenga Zafrani, Tikki Kabab, Palak Ke Shammi Kabab and Paneer Sugandhi Kabab.


The Great Awadhi Kabab Festival has begun from 11th December 2015 onwards at both the outlets of Oudh 1590 (at Salt Lake and Deshapriya Park). Lunch will be available from 12 to 3.30 pm and dinner will be available from 6.30pm to 10.30 pm. A meal for two will cost about Rs 1000 plus taxes for two.

Hop in to Oudh 1590 to enjoy the Awadhi delicacies!!

Priyanka Dutta

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Delicious Spread of Pakistani Food in Kolkata; Tasty Biryanis and Kebabs for the Food Lovers

Pakistani Food Festival in Kolkata

With the chill finally setting in the city, this is the perfect time for the food lovers of the city to gorge on delicious kebabs, kormas, Biriyanis and Ilish recipes. Understanding this emotion of the people, The Bengal National Chamber of Commerce and Industries played host to the chefs from the neighboring countries, Pakistan and Bangladesh for a “Reunion of taste” at the 27th Industrial India Trade Fair. In a food festival celebrating the cuisines of the neighboring countries of India, Kolkata witnessed a reunion of the cultures through food.


The Pakistani Warsi food which has branches in Lahore, Karachi and Faizabad served up a mouth watering array of Biriyanis at the food festival. Sindhi Biriyani, Dum Biriyani are some of the Biriyani kinds available for the people at this stall. Along with the variety of Biriyanis, the Warsi Food stall also served up delicious kebabs and kormas. Chicken Sheekh Kabab, Chicken Malai Tikka, chicken oll, Mutton Roll, Chicken Nehari, Chicken Changezi also feature in the menu list. Head Chef Md Arif from Pakistan said that the spices that they use bring about such a special taste to the food that they cook.


The Warsi Food stall also served up Shahi Tukda to cater to the sweet loving Bengalis.

The Bangladeshi stall meanwhile served up a range of dishes with Hilsa as the main ingredient. Hilsa has a special place in the heart of the Bengalis. Ilish Biriyani, Ilish Pulao, Ilish fried rice are some of the varieties on offer at the stall. The great aroma surely enticed many customers who came and ordered the Hilsa dish of their choice.


With this food festival, the political barriers dissolved and the people got to taste mouth watering dishes. The food festival will continue till the 4th of January. One can gorge on the mouth watering delicacies between 1 and 8 pm at the two stalls.

Bon Appetit!!!

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