Bengal’s Cooking Puja

Vishwakarma Puja brings with it another festival in Bengal – Arandhan (meaning ‘No Cooking’). Arandhan has a connection with the Indian freedom struggle, as...

For the love of Pithe, this Puja

Its not the conventional finger food to be had in pubs or casual restaurants. Neither is it the panchabyanjan of a Bengali restaurant. To...

Easter Delights at the The Lalit Great Eastern, Kolkata

This Easter will mean a tour around the world with The Lalit Great Eastern Kolkata. The joy of Jesus Christ’s Resurrection brings with it...

Moong Puli makes an amazing afternoon snack

Bengal’s Poush Parbon celebrates the harvest season, signified with special sweets and savourites made with harvested rice. The delicacies are a hot favourite as...

Mama’s recipes for authentic Momo junction

  Momo is one of Kolkata's favourite street food. Trust the Bengali palate to turn this Tibetan staple into a customised version. But if anyone...

Lokaahar introduces Chinese, Continental

This winter, savour Chinese and Continental at a Bengali restaurant. Jodhpur Park’s popular Bengali  restaurant, Lokaahar, has gone multi-cuisine with an array of Chinese...

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