I visited '6 Ballygunge Place' to enjoy their Poila Baisakh celebrations. They have interesting theme, promoting artists along with their food. The walls of the restaurant have become a virtual art gallery with paintings by Himsikha, Shubla, Barsha and Sutapa. The Naba Barsho festival usually sees people from different places and ethnicities coming together, who have one thing in common: ‘Their love of great food!’.
As all of us know Naba Barsho is a special occasion and everyone wants to make sure that the lunch menu on Poila Baisakh day is simply grand and great. '6 Ballygunge Place' invites everyone to come and enjoy the ‘Poila Baisakh’ with their families, try out some new and delicious ethnic Bengali foods while making new friends and learning about Bengali cultures at the same time. The art exhibition is themed on Bengal related to Poila Baisakh makes the ambiance memorable. Poila Baisakh buffet menu contains ‘Koraisuti Paneer Chop’, ‘Kosha Aloo r Dum’, ‘Pur Bhora Potol Posto’, ‘Doi Echor’, ‘Pomfret Macher Paturi’, ‘Chingri Malai Curry’, ‘Murgir Kabab Nosi’ and ‘Dhakai Dum Mangso’. All served with ‘Radha Ballavi’, ‘Sada Bhat’ and ‘Subzi Pulao’.
Every item is delightful, mouth watering and delicious. Especially Doi Echor and Murgir Kabab Nosi touched my heart with their immutable taste, very very authentic. The soft succulent chicken pieces melted in my mouth and the flavour was just perfect. ‘Amm pora sorbot’ tastes really good, just perfect to beat the heat. ‘Patisapta’, ‘Kamalabhog’, ‘Butterscotch Sandesh Souffle’ and ‘Misti Doi’ tasted heavenly and definitely made lovely desserts to finish off the meal. My message for fellow foodies - ‘Come and let your taste buds go mad at the Poila Baisakh Food Festival in 6 Ballygunge Place’.