Bengali’s are known for offering the world the best of everything, be it art – poetry – music or Food. This festive season, enjoy the love for food from the “Rannaghor” of a true Bengali. A sacred place, where magic is created for a delightful celebration of life.
Perfecting the time to indulge in delectable preparations of Bengali cuisine is Chef Suvendu Roy and his troupe, inviting Puneites to Eighty Eight at Hyatt Pune Kalyani Nagar. Revel in extended festivities and immerse yourself in distinctive flavours of tradition and subtle blends of sweet and spice. An amazing dinner buffet awaits you with scrumptious delicacies like Bhetki Macher Paturi, Aloo Pholkhpir Singara, Mochar Chop for starters to Lamb Muglai Paratha, Cholar Dal, Aloo Pateler Tarkari, Mangser Jhol and plenty of more. And since Bengali is one of the most sweetest languages, one ought to savour the legendary Misti doi and Rosogulla. So come with a big bong appetite and explore this lavish feast that will surely make you squeal “Guru Fatafati” in joy!
When: October 23 – November 3; 7:00 pm onwards for Dinner Buffet
Where: Eighty Eight, Hyatt Pune Kalyani Nagar
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