Ambuja Neotia Group organised the grand Kolkata Street Food festival at City Centre Salt Lake from November 24-26, in association with t2. There were 20 stalls from across the city that made it a foodies’ paradise. Glimpses.
Calcuttans had a tough time deciding what to eat given the variety on offer
(l-r) Chat House’s chaats were unmissable, Sayak Mazumdar and his family started their evening with egg roll from Kusum Rolls
Salt Lake resident Bhaskar Ghosh who attended the food fest with his mother Rama Ghosh thanked t2 for the headsup. “ I had read about it in the paper and was here for some work and then noticed this food fest. I have had some amazing papri chaat so far,” he said.
Mitra Cafe’s fish fries, cutlets and kabirajis were among the crowd favourites.
(l-r) Benfish Revelry sold some lip-smacking fish batter fry and chicken pakora. Techno Main students (l-r) Anusua Chanda, Abhijit Shil, Krittika Ghatak, Aadrish Sen and Papri Bhattacharjee were strolling around and checking out the menus. “We were just returning from college and saw this festival. We have started off with aloo chaat and doi phuchka and have many more to go into the tummy today,” smiled Abhijit.
Ah, the goodness of those chunky chicken lollipops!
“The Kolkata Street Food Festival, with 20 participants, was a delight for patrons. The diverse food offerings were well-received, creating a vibrant atmosphere. The delectable offerings were a hit and enjoyed by the mall patrons at City Centre Salt Lake. As winter sets in, we’re excited to bring more delightful festivals to the community in the near future in both our malls in the city,” said Ramesh Pandey, VP - Marketing & Events, Ambuja Neotia Group.