A spread of mouthwatering Bengali delicacies is on offer at Goldbrick Restaurant on the occasion of the Bengali New Year Day. Individuals who want to indulge in Bengali delicacies on this special day, can head to this restaurant for such great dishes.
The names of the dishes are interesting as they are all names of Bengali films. The welcome drink has been named Pather Pachali. The starters have been named Ghare Baire and Parash Pathar. Some of the other dishes available include Gopi Gyne bagha Byne, Amar sathi Doi Katla, Sukhno Lonka murgir jhol and others.
Customers will be getting movie tickets when they will be ordering this special Poila Baisakh menu at the restaurant. The movie ticket will be valid from 22nd April to 22nd May.
This special menu will be on offer on 14th April. Lunch will be available from 12 to 3.30 pm and dinner will be served from 7 to 11.30 pm. The price per individual is Rs 799 all inclusive.
Great food and the movie voucher are surely going to make your Poila Baisakh very special!!
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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Young and bubbling with life, Varsha Jain is a woman entrepreneur who opened her store named Ritik’s Cuisine Square recently to cater to the needs of the people for raw materials of bakery products at reasonable prices. Her store was recently inaugurated in the presence of some of the most popular city models.
Ritik’s Cuisine Square Opens Doors for Customers
Varsha Jain credited her parents, especially her mother for understanding that she had the potential to do something different. Her parents’ support had helped her immensely in the process. Speaking at the occasion Varsha said “From a very young age, I have been working with renowned chefs of reputed five and seven star hotels. I will be organizing workshops on various cuisines like Mughlai, Lebanese and Italian for the benefit of the customers too. I thought of starting this shop thinking on the lines of a customer. Not many people can afford to buy high priced baking products. Hence I thought of starting this store so that I can give the customers some of the best products at the most reasonable prices”.
Baking today, according to Varsha is no longer limited to only enjoyment and fun. People can also earn their pocket money from this profession. “The bakery industry is rapidly growing in the city and it is high time people learn the intricacies of baking so as to make the best products for sales purpose. This industry has a lot of scope in the city”.
With the ongoing festive season till Christmas and the New Year, Ritik’s Cuisine Square will be the perfect place to go to for getting the raw materials for the making of delicious bakery items for your own consumption or for sale.
With a fortnight to go for the biggest festival of Bengal, The Sonnet Kolkata announced their grand Puja food plan for their guest and food lovers. The lavish buffet spread will have diverse dishes coming straight from the heart of Bengal, thus imparting an authentic touch to the special puja menu at the hotel. The food festival is themed around Khati Bangali Mahabhoj to enliven the fervor and enthusiasm of the Pujas.
Bengali Food Festival at The Sonnet in Kolkata
The hotel has planned to introduce the culinary delights and present the traditional taste of Bengal. The Rannar Thakur or the conventional chef would not only prepare the food but would also enhance the whole food experience with his cooking expertise and techniques. Live starter is one of the main attractions of the Maha Bhoj at this hotel.
The dishes available on the puja days will vary from one day to the other. Gondhoraj ghol will be the welcome drink for Panchami but on Sasthi, the welcome drink will be aam pora sarbot. The main courses also will vary on the five days of the puja, both in the vegetarian and the non-vegetarian dishes.
The desserts include Chanar jilepi, Shaktigorer lyangcha, Ice-cream and so on. The lyngcha will be bought directly from Shaktigarh so that the customers can get the authentic taste of the sweets. Chefs specializing in Bengali cuisine will also be coming to the hotel in order to make authentic dishes.
A La Carte for two will cost about Rs. 1500 plus taxes while the buffet will cost Rs. 1100 plus taxes per person.
The food festival will start from 29th September and continue till the 5th of October.
Hop in to The Sonnet during the Pujas and bask in the flavors of Bangaliana..
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