Russell Street at Spice Haat
Discover the Culinary Tales of Russell Street at Spice Haat
Relive the old world charm of Kolkata by feasting on traditional Bengali cuisine as Chef Vikram Ganpule – Executive Chef at Hyatt Regency Chennai introduces an exclusive festival curated from the famous Russell Street of Calcutta at Spice Haat. With an extensive spread of traditional delicacies and local favourites, this festival brings together authentic flavours and traditional recipes from the city of Joy.
Once the administrative centre of the East India Company and later the capital city of British ruled India during the Raj. Calcutta has always been a melting pot of religions, attitudes, cultures and nationalities.
Bengali cuisine is an eclectic fusion of different cuisines from within and outside India. Eating is a way of life in Calcutta, and one can never go far without being tempted by street food or the innumerable cafés, hole-in-the-wall eateries and legendary restaurants in the city.
At Spice Haat the speckled menu showcases the dishes alongside some street-food staples on a food cart that often kick off dinner parties, grabbed from roadside stands and grazed on before guests sit down for the main event.
The live carts in Spice Haat will showcase jhal muri, puchka, Telebhaja, moglai paratha, mutton rizala
Feast on Appetizers like - Mochar Chop,Piyaz Postor Bora, Tawa Pomfret, Mangsher Chop to name a few. Take your pick from an array of sumptuous main course options like Potol Posto, Rasgullar Dhalna, Kosha Mangso, Bekti Paturi, Katla Kaliya, Nawab BarirMurgir Biryani and lots more. The specially crafted menu also features a wide selection of classic desserts like Raj Bhog, Misti Doi, Patishapta and Monolobha Maalpoa.
So come over to Spice Haat and give your taste buds a magnificent treat.
Date: 24th February, 2017 – 5th March, 2017
Dinner: 07:00PM – 11:30PM
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