Carrying forward the spirit of Baisakhi, Copper Chimney introduces “The Punjabi Food Festival” – the absolute culinary treat from the North for the food lovers of kolkata. The festival celebrates the rich flavours, exuberant aroma and magical taste of the colourful land of Punjab. A delectable array of beverages, main courses and desserts are sure to make you have a larger than life Punjabi appetite.
Chef Amit Puri, corporate chef, Pan India Food solutions said “Punjabi food is liked by the Bengali people simply for the rich spices that are used in the food. This has a similarity with the Bengali food that many of them are used to. Hence there is a growing number in the Bengalis who prefer Punjabi food when dining out. Moreover I have also noticed that Bengalis love good food and give them any kind of good food, they will appreciate the food immensely. The range of food available in this food festival is interesting both from the aspect of the vegetarians and the non-vegetarians”.
Drawing authentic recipes from the kitchens of Punjab, Copper Chimney presents a wide and exhaustive menu both for vegetarians and non vegetarians. Pind Da Channa/Paneer, Langar Wali Daal, Meloni Tarkari in vegetarian whereas Lawrence Road Ka Taka Tak Jinga Hara Masala and Tangdi Chicken Khurana in non vegetarian will leave your mouth watering for more such delicacies. Dum Wale Chawal and Anardana Pudhina Paratha makes up for unusual mesmerisers on the list. Kesar Wali lassi, Kasari Phirni and Gajar Halwa are sure to melt in your mouth.
The food festival will continue from the 22nd May to 30th June.
For a truly Punjabi dining experience and gastronomic indulgence, head to Copper Chimney at the earliest. You taste buds will surely be rewarded deliciously.