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To Die For’s launch party was a fun affair

The vegetarian dine den opened its doors with a fabulous menu with yummy cocktails for company

Zeba Akhtar Ali | Published 08.10.22, 12:57 AM
Rishi Bajora, owner, Royal China and Subway (East).

Rishi Bajora, owner, Royal China and Subway (East).

Pictures: Rashbehari Das

A lit night of gourmet treats, music and revelry ‘To Die For’! The vegetarian dine den by the same name on Ballygunge opened doors with a fabulous menu with yummy cocktails for company. The Shrinjoy Ghtakak Trio entertained the guests with their music. The city’s F&B industry and food enthusiasts came together to make the evening a success. The Telegraph was there to capture all the action.

Prachi Saraogi and Saloni Jhunjhunwala of The Salt House.

Deepak and Shradha Saraf.

(L-R) Rashmi Choudhury with Rita  Bhimani.

Nikhil Sekhani, owner, Zobet.

Shraddha and Arpit Dhandhania.

The Shrinjoy Ghatak Trio belted out some chill tunes to set the right mood.

 

Last updated on 08.10.22, 03:10 PM
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