Bengali food

Poila Boisakh, the Bengali New Year, holds great significance in Bengali culture as it marks the beginning of the new year according to the Bengali calendar. It symbolises new beginnings, prosperity, and good fortune. Poila Baisakh is not just a celebration of a new year; it is a time to cherish Bengali culture and heritage, strengthen community bonds, and look forward to a year of happiness and success.


 As you step into the lobby of Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road, your eyes will immediately be captivated by The Square restaurant, adorned with the vibrant theme of Poila Baisakhi Mahabhoj, a befitting welcome to the Bengali New Year celebration. The entrance is styled with chotai, kulo, haath pakha and other elements that give out an authentic Kolkata vibe. 


Indulge in a culinary journey reminiscent of Bengali traditions at Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road’s Poila Baisakh Mahabhoj. Our chefs, specially flown in from Kolkata, have curated an array of authentic dishes to transport you back home. From street food delights like puchkas and vegetable chops to beloved classics such as chingri macher malai curry and dak bungalow chicken, every bite is a celebration of Bengali heritage. Savor the flavors of gobindobhoger pulao and a variety of fishes, including the iconic ilish or hilsa. And don’t miss our delectable desserts like Roshogolla, Lobongo Latika, and gurer payesh. Each dish is a homage to the rich culinary tapestry of West Bengal, ensuring a truly memorable dining experience.

Sandeep Johri-General Manager-Novotel & Ibis Bangalore Outer Ring Road

 “Poila Baisakh Mahabhoj at Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road is not just a culinary experience; it’s a journey through the rich tapestry of Bengali culture and heritage. As we celebrate the dawn of a new year, our specially curated menu, infused with authentic flavors flown in from Kolkata, aims to evoke nostalgia and bring families and communities together. It’s our way of embracing tradition, fostering connections, and wishing everyone a year filled with prosperity and joy.” – General Manager, Sandeep Johri 


This food festival not only brings you the rich flavors of Bengal but also showcases a delightful display of various traditional dishes that are sure to tantalize your taste buds. 


Date- 14 th – 24 th October, 2023

 Time- 12:30-03:00 PM | 07:30- 11:00 PM 

Price- INR 1999 plus taxes per person 

For more information, please contact at +91 80 6670 5000 / +91 89519 99102.

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