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Poila Baisakh Special Menu at Saptapadi Restaurant

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When it is the Bengali New Year knocking at the door step, what better way to welcome it than by gorging on sumptuous Bengali dishes!! Saptapadi restaurant has come up with such amazing Bengali dishes to make your New Year even more special.

Welcome drinks consist of Kacha amer sorbot. This has been specially done so as to quench the thirst of the clients from the oppressive heat. For starters, the restaurant is offering Moori fish stick, Posto bata chicken coin, Ranga aloo croquette, Beguni and Jhuri aloo bhaja.

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Under the main course, the menu has salad, Rice, Cholar Dal, Shukto, Dhoka paneer dalna, Bhetki grihoprobesh, Chitol muittha, Kacha lanka murgi, Kochi pathar jhol, Pulao and Luchi.

Under the desserts section, the restaurant is offering Tomato kaju aam satta chutney, Aamlokir aachar, Papd(two types), Mishti doi, Pantuar payesh and Rajbhog.

Special dishes which can be ordered (at extra cost) consist of Bhapa Ilish, Sorse Ilish, Chingri malai curry and Daab chingri.

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Saptapadi is located at Hindustan Park. The special menu will be available from 14th to 16th April from 12 noon till 10.45 pm. The pocket pinch for one is Rs 599 plus taxes.

Hop in to Saptapadi and revel in the nostalgia of the Uttam Kumar- Suchitra Sen era.

Priyanka Dutta

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Kolkata Restaurant Aaira’s Bengali buffet spiced up the Durga Puja 2015 Celebrations for the Food Loving Bengalis

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If you are looking for a sumptuous Bengali fare to pamper your taste buds during the festive season, step into Middleton Row and head straight to the Indian restaurant Aaira.

Aaira had stacked up an exclusive Indian and Bengali buffet titled ‘Aaira Puja buffet’. The buffet showcased the best of traditional Bengali delicacies on all days from October 19 to 23.

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The Bengali food lovers could start with Aampora Sorbot and binge into the non-vegetarian fare with Bhetki Macher Paturi, Chingri Malai Curry, Kancha Lankar Mangso to name just a few. Desserts available included Pantua, Chennar Malpua, Malai Chomchom and special Baked Rosogolla.

 The Buffet spread was priced at Rs. 699(Tax) only.

Priyanka Dutta

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