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The Park Hyderabad | Barsha Baran

The Bengali New Year is right around the corner and so is the annual Bengali Food Festival at The Park Hyderabad. Aptly titled Barsha Baran, this time the hotel has roped in home chefs and sisters Sarbani and Swarnali Lahiri to curate the promotion who have an inclination towards the recipes from East Bengal.     Was happy to have been invited for a preview the past week where scrumptious

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Taj Krishna Hyderabad | Best of Bengal at Firdaus

Taj Krishna with its distinct charm and beautiful landscaping is one of the finest hotels in Hyderabad. Each of the restaurants have their own unique identity and are more often known as the dining destinations of the city. Firdaus – the fine dining specialty restaurant at Taj Krishna is a one stop destination to savor the essence of Indian cuisine. Was happy to have been invited for a preview of

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Howrah-Hyderabad SF Express Food Festival – Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Hyderabad Banjara Hills

There are few cuisines in the world that have as much variety as Bengali cuisine. The Howrah-Hyderabad SF Express Food Festival at Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Hyderabad Banjara Hills definitely managed to make this foodie happy with the quintessential delicacies present on the menu. Chef Chandra Shekar Pandey has put together some of the most loved Bengali dishes. Chennar Kebab, Baigun Bhaja, Fish Kabiraji, Kosha Mangsho, Aloo Posto, shukto, Murshidabad Biryani, Mishti

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Bengali Food Festival – ITC Kakatiya

Just when I was starting to miss the delicious Bengali food that I tried during my recent visit to Kolkata, I get an invite for a Bengali Food Promotion at Deccan Pavilion, ITC Kakatiya. The essence of the festival was to showcase the mystery and beauty of the culinary art of Bengal for which Chef Dani from ITC Sonar Bangla was specially flown in to curate this quintessential cuisine from

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United Kitchens of India – A Culinary Journey from Punjab to Kerala and in between !

Ever imagined a place where you could order soup from “Tangra region”, starters from Andhra or Bengal, Mains from Rajasthan or Punjab or even Kerala, and then finish it off with a continental dessert? Well yes, United Kitchens of India – the bold and ambitious new restaurant on 45 jubilee hills will have you covered with delicacies from Punjab to Kerala and in between.