Nana Swad e Sharodiya @ Sand, Multi-cuisine restaurant, Hotel De Sovrani

Tired of trying out the same old Bengali-only puja special menu? Want to try something new? Then Sand, the in house restaurant of Hotel De Sovrani should be your destination this festive week. Embark on a pan Indian gastronomical journey with traditional dishes curated from Goan, Maharashtrian, Kashmiri, South Indian cuisines which will be available…

Delicacies from the ’70s, 1870s only @ Thakroon, Gariahat

A lot of restaurants these days have taken up the strategy of digging up the past & going back to the roots for the choice of their selling points. Bengali cuisine fine dining is hardly anything new, but the recent trend tries to revive dishes from the bygone eras.However most of the Bengali themed food…

Some Hillarious Cooking (& singing ), a recipe channel like no other!

So when you find something great you need to share it! Recently came across  this youtube channel by a bengali youtuber Sawan Dutta. A singer / songwriter from Mumbai, India she had already found popularity through her work. The tune for the recent season of ‘Kaun banega Crorepati’ brought her the required appreciation. However not…

Aheli te Ilshe Guri

To say the truth I’m the last person to write about an Ilish festival. Yes I’m a Bengali, and no I don’t like ilish. & no that doesn’t make me any less of a Bengali. I don’t like it’s smell, I don’t fantasize about having it for my breakfast, lunch & dinner. But there are…