Sorshe, Posto Illish and Daab Chingri awaits you this Puja at Barbeque Nations
The countdown has begun. The iconic countenance of Durga is now visible far and wide, in the hoardings of that has appeared all over the city. Everyone is getting ready to soak in the moment. From Tala to Tollygunge, Bali to Ballygunge. Can plans of decking up, night-long pandal hopping, adda sessions and of course eating out to fill out the days between Panchami to Nabami be far behind. Eating joints and restaurants of all shapes and sizes are gearing up to receive you to provide for a memorable experience.
When you step into any Barbeque Nation in the East, you’re bound to think, there is no shortage of arrangement of any kind. If on one hand Sorshe Bhapa Illish, Begun Basanti, Dhokar Dalna beckons, Galda Chingri, Shukto, Jhinge Posto among others tugs on the other. Those with an penchant for Kabab, Kosha Mangsho, Chicken and veg Momo will not be disappointed either.
Exchanging notes with Surajit Shah assistant manager of the organisation we dwelled upon the likes as much as the dislikes. The shorshe may be from this side of the Ganga, but the posto is definitely an influence from the opposite banks. Earlier there used to be a comparison between the Hilsa from both the banks, now it is not so. Moreover, BN had melded both banks to effect a unified flow. Sharod Utsav is also taking on a more universal hue. The buffet is well decorated with choicest fares encompassing both vegetarians to non-vegetarian dishes with a delectable selection of sweets and desserts withstanding like Rasgulla, Mishti Doi, Chanar Payesh, Sandesh, Cham Cham, etc.
This sharidiya food festival which will run between October 2 to 9, can be experienced not only at the five branches in Calcutta but also at their DurgapurSiliguri and Guwahati outlets.