Uttam Bhoj at ITC Sonar, Kolkata part of Dinner Buffet Price Rs. 2250/- plus taxes
|Clcokwise from left – Pulao, Aloo ki sabzi, Aam ki Sabzi|
|From left – Kofta, Khichdi, Ghwar phalli|
Next we got to try out some of the famous snacks of Delhi like Ghugni, Shakargandhi ki chaat, Dahi Bhalla, Gol Guppa…it has been a street food bonanza for me recently and I’m getting to eat some of my favs from Kolkata to Delhi 🙂 The main course started pouring in and from then on I was lost in the taste of it all. Nothing was bland or boring but rather was brimming with taste! From poori’s to pulao to kofta’s and different types of sabzi’s we were spoilt for choices. I loved the aloo ki sabzi and the aam ki sabzi a lot. There was this kofta, whose name I forgot, which was super yum. There were so many things to try but I was stuffed half way through. Well had to keep some space for the desserts 😀
|Chef Gunjan Goela|
|Clockwise from left – Seviyan, Rabri with Falooda, Chandrakala|
We were served Chandrakala, Seviyan and Rabri with Falooda…ah the quintessential old school stuff. I have always been found of seviyan and rabri so was quick to dig into those. The dishes were not overtly sweet but at the same time were satisfying for the sweet craving. I could have done with a bit more rabri in my glass than the falooda. Chandrakala is not something that I usually like and I ended up skipping it after a little taste. That was a decent end to a filling and satisfying meal. I wish my stomach had allowed me to try out some of the things I had to skip. This has been some of the tastiest food that I have tried in recent times and completely blew the image of Sattvik khanna from my mind. Definitely a must try if you are in town. The dinner buffet is priced at Rs. 2250/- plus taxes per person and the timings for it are from 7:00 to 11:45 pm. Catch you later!