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Three Kolkata restaurants you cannot miss this Indian Republic Day

Three Kolkata restaurants you cannot miss this Indian Republic Day

India BloomsNews Service | @indiablooms | 25 Jan 2020, 10:33 am

Kolkata/IBNS: India celebrates Republic Day with respect and joyous gatherings and restaurants too join in the fun with lavish spreads.

Here are three that you cannot miss.  Note: These are only for January 26.

Hammer, the new avatar of Over The Top (OTT) at The Myx Bar & Kitchen, has curated a special menu, themed on the sentiments that go with the Republic Day -- starters like Rang de Basant Paneer Tikka and Rang Bahar Chicken Tikka, mains such asTiranga Pulao, Tiranga Kulcha, Swadeshi Black Dal and Methi Paneer Lababdar, and the Trio Pastry for dessert.

Pocket pinch: Rs. 1,500 + tax (with alcohol)
For reservations, call:  +917439243082

The Westin Kolkata Rajarhat is offering a special spread at its all-day dining Seasonal Tastes with a brunch buffet called Brunch of Integrity -- featuring a range of Indian regional cuisines, including Goan, South Indian, Punjabi, Kashmiri, Maharashtrian and Gujarati dishes --a Hyderabadi Biryani station, Haleem station, Maharashtrian dabeli and pao bhaji station, to name a few.

Pocket pinch: Rs 1,950 plus tax
For reservations, call: +91 9073323290, + 91 33 40371234

Kava, at the Fairfield By Marriott Kolkata, too will focus on “The Patriotic Journey” this Republic Day traveling across the country and drawing out specialisties such as “Zafrani Pulao” from Kashmir, “Gosht Biryani” from Hyderabad, “Sorshe Diye Maach” (fish in mustard curry) from West Bengal, “Avial” from Kerala, “Aloo Nimona” from Uttar Pradesh, “Kadhi Pakoda” from Gujarat, and “Tomato Pappu” from Tamil Nadu, as well as “Thandai”, “Adrakh ki Shikanji”, “Pista Lassi”, etc.

Pocket pinch: Rs 1,199 per head
For reservations, call:  033 6666 4444

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