Rum Cake recipe – in association with Captain Morgan!

So this is my first blog post of this year and yes, it had to be written on the first day of this year! Basically, it originated during the New Year’s Eve, mostly because I like staying back at home with my family cooking or baking, while most of my friends are partying out there!…

‘Pan Asian Delight’ at Sonnet brings you closer to South East Asian delicacies!

Kolkatans are basically food loving people. Bengalis spend most of their hard earned money to please their taste buds, and that’s a piece of fact. There is no denying that most of us love a scrumptious meal over networking or venturing out for newer horizons. This makes the race simple and sweet but adversely affects…

Treat yourself to this amazing Sunday brunch at Pan Asian, ITC Sonar

On a lazy Sunday morning if you are looking for a place perfect for your laid-back Sunday brunch then look no further, provided you are in a mood to delve deep into the culinary paradise of oriental cuisine! Let me re-introduce Pan Asian at ITC Sonar (Kolkata) to you, they stole my heart recently with…

10 places in Kolkata perfect for your Pet-Pujo during Durga Pujo 2018

Durga Puja – the biggest festival for the Bengalis has just started! It’s that time when the city of joy transforms into a colorful paradise! These five days of madness, pandal hopping, fun and adda with family and friends is aptly accompanied with sumptuous food all the while. Indulging in some great food (meal timings go…

Naushiijaan – the Nawabi kissa of kebabs, biryani and Bugum Akhtar!

Begum Akhtar ghazals and Galawti kebabs can make any evening a memorable one! Yes, few days ago I was at the Jadavpur outlet of Naushiijaan to make good memories, and of course some great food stories! Naushiijaan serves some amazing awadhi cuisine, some dishes are so good, (like this galawti or the Jugalbandi kebabs) they will…

Recipe of ‘Railway Mutton Curry’ and its origin!

Kosha Mangsho (pot-roasted mutton) with luchi or steamed rice is a delicacy for Bengalis! But when British ruled India, they found the Kosha Mangsho is too hot to handle, but they actually liked the soul of this dish which gave birth to another dish called ‘Railway Mutton Curry’. This was one such dish which was…

Office Canteen Stories 2018 — Sector-V business hub, and more!

I rarely get time these days to do food walks or attend any of them! But a few days back, I decided to venture out a bit. It was a rain-drenched afternoon, but it wasn’t at all dull since a couple of my blogger friends and I decided to walk through the Sector-V (Saltlake, Kolkata)…