Kolkata/IBNS: ITC hotels in Kolkata have pulled out all the stops to help patrons celebrate Mother’s Day (May 9) in style.
Kolkata/IBNS: With the recent pandemic norms enforced in Kolkata, inviting your mother out for a special treat this Mother’s Day (May 9) may not be feasible.
Kolkata/IBNS: As the IPL cricket tournament enters an exciting phase, it is difficult to stay away from the fun. Going out in this pandemic situation requires a lot of caution and therefore choosing a place which is adopting all precautions, including wearing masks, distancing, and following hygiene protocols is a must. Here are seven city restaurants that have assured adoption of best practices and all COVID-19 related protocols. Many of these places are also offering direct delivery service or through food aggregators.
This time, it seems, the Cricket League fever is being overshadowed by the election fever in West Bengal! Apparently it appears to be so, but the diehard cricket fans are not only watching but celebrating with their favourite teams and players. And many Kolkata restaurants have decided to gear up to match the cricketing fever with a fabulously curated fare. All created specially to bowl you over! Plus there are the giant screens to show the cricket happenings! Take your pick and have a good time watching your favorite team win as you indulge yourself with food and drinks…
Kolkata/IBNS: Steeped in American culture, the global brand Hard Rock Café has decided to add a local flavour to the menu at its Kolkata outlet.
Kolkata/IBNS: Kolkata’s Gastro-brew pub, The Grid, is offering a range of Highball Cocktails until the end of April as a summer refresher.
Kolkata/IBNS: Have you tried pairing a sparkling wine such as Chardonnay Pinot Noir with desserts?
Kolkata/IBNS: ITC Royal Bengal & ITC Sonar has curated a selection of iftaari’ delights this Ramadan under their ‘Ruhaniyat’ edition of Gourmet Couch and Biryani & Pulao Collection, including items from Nutmeg- The Gourmet Shop.
Kolkata/IBNS: ITC Royal Bengal has laid out a special spread at their buffet restaurant, the Grand Market Pavilion, for the Bengali New Year, and assures patrons of following all safety protocols under their WeAssure program.
Kolkata/IBNS: If you are planning to eat out this Bengali New Year, here are two restaurants who not only promise a lavish spread but also ensure that all pandemic related safety protocols are maintained.
It is feasting time at Lord of the Drinks…and why not! It is time to ring in the Bengali Naboborsho or Poila Boishakh. Come April and the festive spirit grips every Bengali household—cleaning, shopping and planning for a big feast or a party! Lord of the Drinks with its envious presence in Kolkata could not have stayed away from this special occasion.
The applique Pipli lanterns, suspended from the branches of a roadside tree, work as address indicators. As I drove towards Hazra More, these colourful lanterns told me where to alight. Sure enough it was Gopala’s. The address was 8/1A, Hazra Road, Kolkata.
Kolkata/IBNS: Vintage Asia at JW Marriott Kolkata is hosting a pop-up with Chef Katherine Chung at the helm and assisted by the hotel’s in-house team.
Kolkata/IBNS: The Bengali New Year's day not only marks an auspicious start to the year but also an occasion to go feasting with family and friends.
Kolkata/IBNS: With the pandemic restrictions and the ban on international travel, are you missing the delightful street foods found across Asian countries such as Thailand, Singapore or Malaysia?