The Durga Pujo fervor is still lingering in the atmosphere and everyone is eagerly waiting for Diwali, the festival of lights and all things sweet. But just a day before Diwali comes, Kali Puja, which after Durga Puja, is celebrated with great fervor among Bengalis. To set the mood right, Eighty Eight at Hyatt Pune Kalyani Nagar brings ‘Experience Bengal with Every Bite’, the big Bong food festival which will leave you spoilt for choices.
Chef Suvendu Roy and his team will dish out some of the most delicious delicacies. From Vegetable Chop, Egg Roll, Fish Chop, Mutton Chop and more in starters to Kasha Mangsho (a mutton delicacy), Murgir Jhol (Chicken curry), Shorshe Bata Mach (fish made in tradition mustard paste), Malai Chingri (Prawns in rich coconut), Cholar Dal (Bengal Gram), Ghugni (dried peas in Bengali masalas), Ghee Bhat, Thakur Barir Pulao and plenty of more in mains. Think of a dish you are craving and you have it on your plate. Don’t forget, there are some traditional Bengali sweets to drool over as well. So come with a big appetite and join this exclusive Bengali food fiesta!
When: Ongoing till October 28, 7.30 pm to 11 pm
Where: Eighty Eight, Hyatt Pune Kalyani Nagar
Call: 917798889653 /91 20 41411234
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