Celebrate the Bengali New Year at Charcoal Grill with your near and dear ones over some amazing food and drinks. Some of the buffet items include veg tomato soup, chicken lemon coriander soup, achari paneer tikka kabab, tandoori chilli mushroom, hariyali potato, mutton seekh kabab, prawn hariyalo, fish banjara, etc.
Items from the main course include paneer butter masala, veg jhal frezi, daal makhani, fish butter masala, mutton rogan josh and chicken bharta. For dessert you can try chocolate pastry, butterscotch pastry, flavoured mousse, cheesecake, gulab jamun and more.
The Salt House
Why wait till 31st December to ring in the New Year — let’s get the party started with a handpicked Poila Boisakh Special Menu at The Salt House, Kolkata.
Firsts are always special, and the curated menu for their first Poila Boisakh will give you enough reason to celebrate and bask in the festival that ushers in the new agricultural season in Bengal with fresh and local produce from the market.
Nothing sets the mood like some brilliant mocktails and delicious food, and what better way than this to bring in the New Year.
So go-ahead and choose from their selection of delicious plates. Order zuchinni noodles, toasted almonds, herb oil, chicken a la truffle-kiev and peyaz kuli maach, basil fettuccine in lebu and mascarpone cream, chingri agnolotti, baby laal and kolmi spinach, coriander pesto, among the plethora of options.
For desserts try their new favourite, carrot and citrus fondant with cream cheese ice cream, or take a walk down memory lane with malpoa funnel cakes with maple syrup and pistachio ice-cream’, or ‘mango and coconut panna cotta.
Saptapadi, the quintessential Bengali specialty restaurant launched their new appetising Poila Boisakh special menu for the foodies of the city. The restaurant will serve an array of enticing delicacies keeping in mind the auspicious tradition.
The special menu will be served till today at both the outlets of Saptapadi located in Purna Das Road and Baghajatin.
The special menu has been designed keeping in mind the rich cultural heritage of Bengal. Baishaki Thali and Special Baishaki Thali are the two prime attractions.
If your pocket is not heavy enough to have an entire thali or you want to eat only selected items, then you have lot many varieties of dish in your option.
The restaurant offers a wide range of a la carte items like vetki chingri popcorn, paneer malai masala, gondhoraj lonka bhapa vetki, chingri malai curry, morich bhuna mangso, methi lonka murgi, etc.
“Even though we undergo healthy diet or gobble continental, Chinese food throughout the year, the day of Poila Boisakh always draws us to the aura of nostalgia that we tend to content through our age-old Bengali dishes. Saptapadi has come up with this menu to evoke that emotion of Bengalis which is gradually fading away with the influence of modern culture”, said Chef Ranjan Biswas, partner, Saptapadi.