Bengalis refer themselves as Khaddo Roshik (one who loves to eat) and not to miss that a traditional combination will make your tummy heavy and heart happy. Fish is an inevitable dish on the menu and yes they do it in a variety of innovative ways on the table this time.
The table can’t be completed without sweet so in the season of Nolen gur (date palm jiggery) you get to taste - Semai-er Payesh with nolen gur. And yes no Honey Singh but Robindro sangeet to ease your senses on a happy food high.
What’s a Bengali meal without fish anyway? Known for their variety of preparation around fish, this time COMMEAT's table is set with the aroma of fish.
We invite you for this special COMMEAT's Table at a nominal cover charge of Rs. 1400 so register quickly. There's a limited seating for an exclusive gathering, therefore share your email ID or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Have a look at the menu
Aam pora shorbat – A Bengali classic summer drink made from the pulp of raw mango
Begun Bhaja - Fried Aubergine
Bhetki Fry – Fried bhetki fish
Bhaja mooger dal with Macher matha – Moong dal with Fish head the bengali way
Doi Potol with Posto
Lau chingri - Bottle gourd with shirmps
Rui bhapa – Steamed Rohu in mustard and dahi
Chingri Malaikari- Prawns cooked in spices and coconut milk