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Noboborsher Bongo Buffet: An Extravagant Feast to Celebrate Poila Boisakh at NX Hotel….

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Staff Reporter : Kolkata, 6th. April 2024- Poila Boishakh is not just a New Year celebration; it is a time to embrace new beginnings, foster unity, and uphold cultural traditions. It signifies the arrival of spring, symbolizing hope, renewal, and prosperity. NX Hotels invites everyone to experience the magic of this auspicious occasion with “Noboborsher Bongo Buffer” to immerse them in the vibrant flavours and culinary heritage of Bengal.

Join the grand celebration of Poila Boisakh at NX Hotels restaurant, Kitchen 165, located at P-165E/EA, Metropolitan Co-operative Housing Society Kolkata-700105, Kolkata, West Bengal 700105. The extravagant “Noboborsher Bongo Buffet” is available on 14th and 15th April, offering dinner on both days from 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM and lunch on 15th April from 12:30 PM to 4 PM for INR 1299 AI. For reservations and inquiries, please contact NX Hotels at 7044077661.

In celebration of the auspicious Bengali New Year, the hotel hosted a preview of its expansive buffet spread on Monday, April 6th, at the hotel’s banquet hall. “Poila Boisakh is a time-honored tradition that brings together families and communities in celebration. At NX Hotel, we are thrilled to offer the Noboborsher Bongo Buffet, providing our guests with an opportunity to indulge in the rich flavors of Bengali cuisine while honoring this cherished festival. We invite everyone to join us for a culinary experience that captures the essence of Poila Boisakh and leaves a lasting impression.” – Raju Saha, Managing Director at NX Hotel

From refreshing drinks like Aam Panna Sorbot to tantalizing starters such as Mochar Chop and Andra Style Chilli Chicken, the Noboborsher Bongo Buffet promises a culinary journey like no other. Guests can explore traditional favorites like Kolkata Fish Fry and Chicken Biryani, alongside innovative creations like Begun Basanti and Chingri Malai Curry.

The buffet also features a cold gallery offering delights like Tarmuj R Pudinar Salad and Aloo Kaabli, while the hot gallery presents mouthwatering specialties such as Bamon Barir Sukhto and Kochi Patar Jhol Aloo Diye. And no Bengali feast would be complete without staples like Gobindo Bhoger Ghee Bhaat and Narkol Diye Cholar Dal. For those with a sweet tooth, savour treats like Komola Bhog and Mango Sandesh, complemented by classics like Payesh and Mishti Doi.


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