Whether to eat non-veg during the puja or not; whether to cook at home or not, there are so many confusions but we are finally ready to celebrate Durgapuja again! Needless to say, I am going to share the dining out options I found worth trying this year during Durgapuja.
It is not that I prefer to eat Bengali food outside home much but provided I do visit places to sample and check their offerings I ended on eating the Bengali food and that is quite vigorous during Pujo. As they say, ‘aap ruchi Khana”, I know several people prefer to eat Bengali food outside home especially during Pujo.
Durgapuja r Mohabhoj: Debjani’s Recommendation!
Chinese Ho Jaye!
Finally the Mistimukh and Mistanno Bhandar:
I prefer my portion of Ledilkeny and Bonde from Bhim Chandra Nag, Rosogolla from Chittoranjan, Sondesh from Nakur and Swor Bhaja from Puntiram. Naturally, I am going to suggest these only again and again.
I guess I have written more than the recommended word limit and I should stop now! Wish you all a very happy Durgapuja. Eat wisely and enjoy to the core.
Coming up my next post on What to cook this Durgapuja and the recipe compilation from Debjanir Rannaghar!