Poila Boisakh Menu at XII Zodiac, Fern Residency

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engali New Year aka Poila Boisakh is the perfect time to savor traditional bengali spread. Our recipes are sumptuous and spicy from starter to dessert. Each one of them has it’s own charm. As Poila Boisakh is just few days away, we all must be planning for a lovely lunch. So, let's have a look at the poila boisakh menu at XII Zodiac restaurant at Fern Residency hotel. This will be available on 14th and 15th April (Sunday and Monday). Tariffs would be INR 896/- for both Veg and Non - Veg Buffet and INR 1196/- for Veg and Non - Veg Buffet inclusive of all taxes with unlimited food and alco

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Thali Festival at Kenilworth

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ur country is acclaimed for it's enriched culture. Different parts of the nation is known for their distinctive heritage. While I cherish being in such a wonderful country, I came across the thali festival happening at Kenilworth few days back. Needless to say how beautifully the platters were curated, embracing specialities from North to South, East to West. Be it Veg or Non Veg, the rigorous care of the flavours and the presentation dedicated to the state it represented, blew away my mind. Let's have a quick glimpse of what I had.. 1. Rice 2. Pardaa Naan and Amritsari Kulcha

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Sonar Tori – Destination for a Traditional Bong Maestoso Feast

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emember the amusing tales we used to hear from our Thakuma and Dadu(Grandparents)? Stories about Zamindars from early 20th century.. The brobdingnagian Ceilings, Easy Chair, Brass Utensils, Indoor Plants in huge metal Vases, exquisite Paintings and hand grinded Masala aroma enchanting the rooms and the long verandas... Cooked by the age old responsible and experienced home cook. This is how it used to be.. Now we don't get to see or feel such Royal Bong tradition anywhere around us. However, Sonar Tori, a newly launched restaurant in City Center1 promises to bring back your memories fro

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Mishti Katha – Sinful Fusion in Bong Sweets

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premium sweet shop promising to keep the authentic bangaliana (Bong Culture) along with contemporary flavours. Mishti Katha is nested in Mukundapur, opposite to R. N. Tagore hospital is worth visiting for their innovation and expertise they triggered right from inception. Along with the neoteric look of the sweet, you will be bowled over by their smooth blending of the Bong and Western flavours in affordable prices. Let's check out some specials - 1. Strawberry Boat Sandesh 2. Alphonso Mango Sandesh Mousse 3. French Roll, Basundhara and Alphonso Gold Sandesh 4. Butters

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‘Ilish Shukto’ – Sharing the Secret Recipe from Granny’s Kitchen!

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ost Bong celebrations are considered to be incomplete without fish in the menu. Being in rainy season Hilsa tops the list of Bong gluttonous thirst. Typically known for it's unique flavour, silver lining body and lip smacking oil, hilsa is cooked in multifarious ways. Some loves it just fried, some die to have steamed Hilsa and oodles of Bongs prepare hilsa in thick mustard curry. Besides, doi hilsa is quite popular too. Here I am sharing the recipe of Shukto hilsa or 'Ilish Shukto'. This is a vegetable stew with the royal fish and the dish holds a legendary value of our culture which brings b

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Mio Amore – An indelible visit to the Kasba Production Unit

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hen the cosmos keeps dazing at the neoteric launches and wonders about the praxis being followed while contriving them .. How about some behind the curtain scenes!! Recently I was invited as the only food blogger to our Mio Amore Production Unit at Kasba to have a comprehensive view of how they operate. You will be surprised to know, how decently it's being maintained from corner to corner. I was escorted by their esteemed supervisor throughout my walk and was taken to each and every section right from dough making to despatch. Few things that gained my attention - 1. All raw items receiv

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Chez – Pan Asian Moreish Vivers!

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e gobble to exist or we exist to gobble still remains disputed and the upshot varies from person to person. Keeping that Conviction in mind, let's speak about a destination which gives an all new rationale to stand beside 'We Live to Eat'! Yes, I am talking about Chez, a Pan Asian restaurant owned by Siddhartha Bhattacharya nested in a bylane of Baghajatin. Being a newbie it has significantly marked it's position in the front row within just 7 months of it's inception. Let's come to the no carb meal I had in order to savour and relish the delectable protein best sellers of the joint. Now

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