Sunday fun day at the Westin Kolkata

Food

  • Published 10.02.18
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Vegetarians can dig into the Bharwa Paneer Tikka that has paneer stuffed with a mix of apricot, cashew, cheese and mint. This is a must-have for people who do not prefer spicy food.
The Seafood Grill boasts of 10 varieties of fish and five varieties of crustaceans on the platter — think hilsa to topse, scampi to lobsters. The lemon butter sauce that comes along adds flavour to the dish.
If you are a sucker for Bengali snacks, you cannot miss the Chingrir Chop. The prawns are minced and cooked with traditional Bengali spices. This one’s a t2 favourite!
Vegetarians can opt for Pasta Raviotoli — homemade ravioli cooked with spinach and ricotta, dunked in truffle cream sauce. 
Love chicken? Don’t miss Kasturi Murgh Tikka, which is the chef’s version of chicken tikka that has lightly marinated chicken pieces coated in egg.
If Thai is your choice of cuisine, have a taste of Green Thai Curry and Red Thai Curry with Jasmine Rice. The traditional curry is made with lemongrass, Kaffir lime, galangal, fresh turmeric and coconut cream and is served with your choice of meat and veggies.
For prawn lovers, Tandoori Prawn is a must-try. The prawn is marinated with Kashmiri chillies, yoghurt and lemon juice before being cooked in the tandoor.
The basket of Steamed Asian Dumplings come with a variety of baos, shumais and other varieties of dumplings with vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian fillings to choose from.
The dessert counter will have you coming back for second and third helpings. Choose from the Petit Gateaux — an assortment of little cakes that includes Mango Coconut Dome, Apple Crumble, Dark Chocolate Tart, Opera, Blueberry Mousse Cake, Chocolate Brownie and Mousse Slice.

What: Sunday Brunch

Where: The Westin Kolkata, Rajarhat

When: 12:30 to 3pm

Pocket pinch per person: Rs 1,399-plus with unlimited soft drinks, without alcohol.Rs 925-plus for kids between six and 12 years

A lazy weekend with a late start to the day followed by an elaborate brunch that boasts of a lot of our favourite cuisines together — if that appeals to you, head to Seasonal Tastes, the all-day dining at The Westin Kolkata, Rajarhat, and get spoilt for choice. 

The Sunday brunch in the youngest star hotel in the city promises a chaat station, a seafood station, cold cuts and cured meats, handmade pasta, local delicacies, Thai curries, dim sums, handcrafted chocolates and a wide selection of desserts. The live counters reflect the tone of the brunch — “food speaking for itself”, according to executive sous chef Ravish Mishra. t2 picks its favourites from the menu.

“We do not expect people to leave in an hour immediately after the meal. People can come in around noon and be there till 4-4.30pm. It is a leisure brunch and we have placed emphasis on cuisines from different regions of India and the world,” said Ravish Mishra, executive sous chef, The Westin Kolkata, Rajarhat.

Text: Sulogna Ghosh
Pictures: B. Halder

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