NITN | @notintownlive | 18 Oct 2020, 03:10 pm
Kolkata: ITC Royal Bengal & ITC Sonar has launched what they call Bhadralok-er Bhuribhoj & Staycation (October 22 to 26) for this Durga Puja in keeping with ITC Hotels' ethos of Responsible Luxury, which pays tribute to the heritage and intrinsic flavour of the region.
Thoughtfully curated, it ensures the highest safety and hygiene protocols of WeAssure with the unparalleled warmth of ITC Hotels.
ITC Royal Bengal:
Grand Market Pavilion, which features one of the largest buffets in India with a blend of local, Indian and international dishes, will be open for lunch and dinner.
The restaurant will offer cuisine from eight north eastern states of the country as a part of its regular buffet offering.
Darjeeling Lounge, with its signature curated menu, including the finest tea, coffee and infused beverages, is just the place to sit back and enjoy the company of friends in an 'adda' as you sip on a leisurely cup of tea or any other fine beverage with a complement of gourmet bites.
It will be open from 11am to midnight.
Ottimo Cucina Italiana, an exquisite Italian Ristorante, features a large live kitchen where you can watch the skilled chefs conjure your meal with flair.
Take your pick from wood fired pizzas, elaborate antipasti and a variety of artisanal pastas and cheeses, enjoy select wines from the wine enoteca.
It will be open for lunch and dinner.
The Brass Room, a jewel hued bar is a soft nod to Kolkata’s intricately woven heritage.
The menu brings together a medley of spirits and tapas against a background of soft acoustics creating an ambience ideal for any occasion to have a great time with friends.
Open noon to midnight.
Royal Vega, a luxury vegetarian restaurant, drawing inspiration from the royal kitchens of India, will be open for dinner only and will have special set menus on offer.
As a highlight, the restaurant brings to Kolkata the 300-year-old Sheherwali cuisine.
Eden Pavilion, open for lunch and dinner, is ideal for those looking for a low-key yet elegant ambience.
The menu celebrates a unique amalgamation of flavours which cover the entire taste spectrum paying tribute to the myriad cuisines brought to Kolkata by the communities who made it their home.
Peshawri, open for lunch and dinner, offers an award winning menu of delicacies cooked in the traditional clay tandoor.
The menu offers a wide choice of kebabs, vegetarian dishes, Indian breads and the famous Dal Bukhara.
Dum Pukht, as the name suggests, is the place to go if you are looking to sample an array of aromatic dishes slow cooked in sealed deghs with handpicked spices to impart a delicate, infusion of flavours and textures.
Open for lunch and dinner.
Pan Asian is a favourite with those who love the culinary spread that can be found across east and south east Asia.
Open for lunch and dinner, indulge in your favourite dishes from Japan, China, Mongolia, Korea, and Thailand.
Applicable across all restaurants – lunch timings are from 12.30pm to 4pm and dinner from pm to midnight, unless otherwise stated. Guests may upgrade to premium beverages at Rs 1,111( all inclusive) per guest.
ITC Royal Bengal is also offering a luxurious stay offer for Rs 7000 plus taxes per night for two adults and two children (up to 12 years of age), inclusive of buffet breakfast, WIFI, and 20 per cent savings on all available hotel services.
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