by Anindya | Jan 22, 2016 | Eating Out |
Its worth recommending . The Lucknawi food festival in Novotel Kolkata offers some rare handpicked dishes from Awadhi cuisine. Chef Abid Qureshi has come down from Lucknow with the curated menu and some special spices to make some yummy Awadhi food. Reasons why you should check out this festival.
by Anindya | Jan 2, 2016 | Eating Out, Food, Foodblog |
Casa Kitchen kolkata has brought to the city a new food festival . Mexo Italiana is equally lucrative for Vegetarian as well as non vegetarian food lovers of the city . A carefully curated menu offers best of the dishes cooked with care and the same reflects in the taste also . Read the review here .
by Anindya | Dec 4, 2015 | Eating Out, Food, Foodblog |
The air starts smelling of cakes and puddings when its Christmas . The build up and preparation starts lot earlier . As Madhushree soaks her dry fruits in rum and we attend the cake mixing ceremony at Stadel – christmas is knocking on the doors – well almost
by Anindya | Nov 20, 2015 | Eating Out, Food, Foodblog |
The Farmers’ market by Karen Anand was in its second year for Kolkata . Starting from Burrata station to cold pressed juices to exotic cheeses – it was a carnival. This was an organic mandi showcasing local organic produce and some healthy food and spice options. Read more to find out about this soon to become annual event in Kolkata.
by Anindya | Nov 13, 2015 | Eating Out, Food, Foodblog |
Durga Puja . Kali Puja / Diwali . Bhai Dooj / Bhai Phonta . It seems someone has switched on the invisible festival and celebration mode in Kolkata . As soon as the dhakis leave for their home, faint christmas bells and carols can be heard . Cake Mixing in my opinion is the official beginning of countdown for Christmas . We attended the Cake mixing ceremony at The Lalit Great Eastern Kolkata