Aditya Park Bengali Food Festival
There is much more to Bengali cuisine than ' mishti doi' and ' macchher jhol'. Known for their unique cuisine - a flavour so spicy yet simple - the compelling taste will just make one keep asking for more. As a part of the Hotel's tradition to reveal the culinary heritage and hidden treasures of Indian cuisine, Hotel Aditya Park is organizing a Bengali food festival at the Promenade.
Master Chefs from Kolkata, have been specially flown in for the event, and they have incorporated delicacies for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.
The food festival will offer buffet dinner with different menu for all the ELEVEN days. The main attraction of the festival would be Hilsa fish, which is specially flown in from Kolkata. Other delicacies to relish are Maacher sores jhol, Mangshor gota moshla, Murgi malai, Dimer curry, Maacher cutlet curry, Elish maacher kalia, Mangshor do pyaza, Murgi gota moshla, Chloar dal, Moong Mohini, Shukto, Alu potoler kalia, Aloo Jhinge Posto,Begun sores, Chhanar dalna, Aam jhol, Ghugni, Sheem begun Chorchori, Potoler dia phool kopi and Jhal moori (masala puffed rice).
The Bengali term for dessert is 'mukh-shuddhi' or mouth-freshening, for which purpose you could choose either gobble rossogolla and sandesh or give it a pass for a lighter option in Mishti Doi or Bhappa Dai (sweet or baked yoghurt) or delight in the heady fragrant sweetness of Chanar Payesh, which is a rice pudding cooked with green cardamom and seasoned with nuts.
Venue: "Promenade"- The multi cuisine restaurant.
Dates: 14th to 24th April 2011.
Timings: 19:30 Hrs onwards
Rate: Rs. 425+ taxes (Taxes as applicable)
Contact: 66788888/ 9246887195