In tune with the festive season, the event begins on Friday. Choose from a lunch or a dinner buffet.

"October is filled with lively energy and excitement in India. The festive season has just begun and the shopping, family dos, parties are all in full swing. So we at The Park wanted to add the zing to the celebrations with a delicious spread of West Bengal cuisine," Abhishek Basu, executive chef, The Park, said.

"This is definitely the perfect time of the year to present to the city unforgettable flavours of Bengal and light up the city with our choicest food," he said referring to Dussehra.

The spread includes counter savouries such as bhaja beguni, piyaji, (batter fried aubergines and onions) and keema ghugni (hand chopped mutton mince with green peas).

The main course includes dishes like chingri macher malai curry, pabda macher jhal, Ilish mach bhape, Rui macher kalia, Rohu fish masala, Kosha mangsho, posto murgi, dhokar dalna, cholar dal narkel diye, phoolkopir kancha moong dal, aloo posto and mishti pulao.

Round off your buffet meal with date jaggery rice kheer, patishapta, coconut stuffed pancakes, cheese jalebis and the good old favourite, mishti doi.

(Agencies)

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