Like every year Monkey Bar gears up to celebrate Kolkata’s biggest festival Durga Puja with its specially crafted menu Chayna Ochayna. The name suggests bringing together a bit of the old and familiar with the new and unknown. Chef Iti Misra brings cult classic Bengali dishes along with her twist in taste from global cuisine.
Baraanda or (Veranda) is always the most comfortable place in your home. This is closely knitted with Bengali culture and with our growing up. At the new Bengali fine dining outlet Baraanda opened at Southern Avenue, one can gorge on exquisite Bengali cuisine at the comfort of homely yet classy ambiance.
Kolkata’s melting pot Park Street gets its first Bengali restaurant, sending smiles to city’s gastronomes. Ilish Truly Bong, as the name suggests serving authentic Bengali cuisine with a special focus on fish, primarily hilsa.
In the age of fusion and remix, it needs heart to remind us what is authenticity. With such noble cause The Bhoj Company introduces to us the authentic Dhakai cuisine for the generation who only heard of it. Such comfort food is rarely cooked in household now-a-days.
If there is an “Innovation with Ilish” then 6 Ballygaunge Place is the master of the game. A yearly event in all foodies’ calendar and this year it was an honor for PanchPhoron bloggers to get invited to their brand new fine dining outlet at New Town, to relinquish the specially curated menu by Chef Sushanta Sengupta.
The ambiance recreates an old-world charm of our culture and heritage, will give you the feel of an old zamindar house.
If Raichak on Ganges is a destination then enjoying authentic Bengali cuisine at one of its flagship restaurants Sonar Tori is an experience. The moment one steps in, will feel the heritage rolling down from all every ceiling and wall. The interior showcases derelict zamindar house located next to Ganges. Built with utmost attention, Sonar Tori is much more than only a restaurant serving Bengali food. Through its food and taste, Sonar Tori captures our Bengali culture in every way that is rooted in our soil and touches us in every sense.
Aaheli is the first Bengali fine dining restaurant in the city opened its door on 1993. At Aaheli, one can enjoy from a mammoth spread of a la carte menu and also from a sumptuous thali menu. Bloggers from PanchPhoron were invited to taste few of their dishes from the new menu, which were lost in the sands of time. Lets salute this honest effort by Aaheli to revive those lost culinary art of Bengali cuisine.