There is a significant amount of Bengalis residing in Pune. We were one of them few years back. One of the exciting parts of the weekend was to explore new Bengali food joints or to take a shelter in the comfort zone of Oh Calcutta and its hospitality. We visited Pune after almost 4 years and realized that the bengali food scenario in the city is not what it deserves to be.
A city is defined by the local food and that one particular lane or gali where you get the local food freshly prepared. These food lanes are more than lanes they are like a place of assembly for the foodies, its a place to tickle the taste buds and also tourists delight to make an attempt to know the city through its food. When we reached Khayyam Chowk
We were in Pune when German Bakery blast happened and since we left in 2011 and shifted base in 2012 everytime we passed this place it was haunting . When we visited Pune this time the first place we visited was German Bakery Pune and
Which one is your favourite tea stall in Kolkata ? Is it the tea stall at the corner of your residential area ? Or that busy masala especial tea maker outside your office ? We list the 5 tea joints in Kolkata which you cannot miss ..
Poila Baishakh or the Bengali New Year is an occasion of food, get together, laughter and celebration. It also leaves behind some memories which one remembers for the lifetime. Be it childhood memory of all brothers and sisters together or the sumptuous lunch cooked by ma or the first thrill of catching a glimpse of that elusive woman or like in my case the first possession of a book by Satyajit Ray ..