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THE BIRYANI FESTIVAL AT MASALA KITCHEN

The Persian origin dish, commonly known as “Biryani” with a touch of West Asia, has now become one of the culinary favourites that the City of Joy yearn for. Biryani needs no introduction… it’s a classic recipe and offers so much on its culinary platter that it is that one dish Indians unanimously love indulging in. With local and hyper-local variations having evolved into distinctive styles of Biryanis, one is spoilt for options when it comes to
experience this melting pot of flavours. Biryani has evolved for many hundred years starting from being the staple for the Mughal army to the most selling dish in Kolkata roadsides, it is actually nothing but a delicious blend of fine rice, with meticulously measured flavours, spices, aromas, and most importantly succulent pieces of meat, and has come a long way to epitomize its position in Indian cuisine.

THE BIRYANI FESTIVAL AT MASALA KITCHEN

Kolkata Biryani, a type in itself had absorbed its art of cooking from the Awadhi style. History confirms that the potato special Biryani dates back to the kingship of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah, who when exiled by the British, was unable to find meat, so he started adding potatoes to this dish, which went on to become the specialty of the Kolkata Biryani. Just like it’s interesting history of origin, this dish is also an interesting treat to the taste bud with an eclectic burst of flavours. Without much ado, let us just announce that Masala Kitchen, famous for its North Indian delicacies has started a month-long “Biryani Festival”.

THE BIRYANI FESTIVAL AT MASALA KITCHEN

Masala Kitchen is located at the Food Court (Q-Court) of Quest Mall and Star Mall owned by Global Kitchens and is famous for delectable Indian cuisines. Masala Kitchen’s Biryani Festival comprises of wholesome, flavourful Biryanis, which will completely make you fall in love with its mesmerizing aroma, tempting looks, and of course
exquisite taste. The menu consists of ten veg and non-veg Biraynis such as- Kashmiri Veg Biryani, Malabar Fish Biryani, Goan Fish Biryani, Mughlai Chicken Biryani, Calcutta Chicken Biryani, Sindhi Biryani, Hyderabadi Pakki Biryani, Lucknowi Mutton Biryani, Tahari Mutton Biryani and last but not the least, Kacchi Mutton Biryani.

THE BIRYANI FESTIVAL AT MASALA KITCHEN

So, Biryani lovers what are you waiting for? Do not waste your time thinking twice before visiting this amazing place and relish every bit of this festival. Drop-in at Masala Kitchen at any time between 11 AM to 11 PM seven days a week. The price range of all these luscious Biryanis ranges from Rs. 200/- to Rs. 300/- (+taxes).

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