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Celebrate the Bengali New Year with the Bong Baisakh Brunch at Astor

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On the auspicious occasion of the Bengali New Year, The Astor Hotel is all geared up to herald Poila Baisakh with The Bong Baisakh Brunch on 14TH APRIL, at their multi-cuisine restaurant Kebab-e-Que.

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From Nolpora Kosha Mangsho ( A semi dry Mutton delicacy cooked in hollow cane, roasted ,spicy from Dooars region of Bengal), to Goalondo Murgi (a famous coriander infused chicken stew from Goalondo sub-division from Bangladesh) or Aam Kasunodi Paturi (a boneless fish marinated with raw mango flavored mustard paste , wrapped in banana leaf and then steamed), The Bong Baisakh Brunch is surely going to tantalize your taste buds the Bengali way.

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The menu not only offers mouth watering non-vegetarian delicacies, but has an equally great assortment of fares for the vegetarian food lovers. From Niramish Dim eer Dalna (a unique vegan delight , dumpling made of moong lentil and cottage cheese in brown onion gravy), to the Enchorer Dum (a Medium spicy raw jack fruit curry with grounded spices) and Narkeli Cholar Dal (Coconut infused lentil) the wide array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are a tantalising mixture of curries, spices and traditions.

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Head Chef Amlan Bose said, “The menu that is being offered is completely traditional. All these dishes highlight the love Bengalis have for good food and the recipes are authentic representations of ancient recipes that have perhaps been long forgotten”.

The Brunch priced at Rs 849/- will be available for both lunch and dinner from 12.30pm to 3.30pm and 7.30pm to 11.30pm respectively.

Priyanka Dutta

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