Durga Puja’s Special Menu Launch at Fish Fish

By: Rajdeep Bhattacharjee

October 15, 2015

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Not a single Bengali is there who does not love fish. Now-a-days Bengalis are also loving sea food apart from fish. As a result all fish restaurants and sea food outlets are coming up in Kolkata. One such newly introduced restaurant is the Fish Fish restaurant one and only fish based multicuisine restaurant in Kolkata.

 

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Don’t come expecting a hoity-toity white linen restaurant — Fish Fish is as cosy as your imaginary continental place with traditional Bengali feel, tastefully decorated with lavish touches. This gem of a restaurant at Swinhoe Street dishing out superb authentic & fusion fish dishes is owned and helmed by celebrity Chef Debasish Kundu.

 

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To enjoy your Puja on a different note plan for to dine out at the new Fish Fish restaurant. This is new all fish restaurant at Kolkata also known for amazing fish dishes. Situated at 13/5, Swinhoe Street, Ballygunge Fish Fish offers you a whole new world of traditional Bengali fish dishes.

 

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Fish Fish will be the perfect if you are planning to taste some traditional and fusion recipes with Vetki, Lobstar & Hilsa this puja. Also make it a point to taste the Makhmali Fish Tikka at just Rs. 350/-. This puja they are up with some mouth watering traditional Bengali preparation of different fishes.

 

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Hungry already? Try out this innovative preparation at Fish Fish this puja. Ample options are there this puja to tickle your taste buds. To begin with their Suchana (Starters) menu you will be mesmerized with their Jambo Tandoori Prawn, Tandoori Pomfret, Chitol Seekh Kebab etc. As Bodhon (main course) Fish Fish is offering preparations like Elish Maach er pata pora, Pur vora Vetkir jhol, Chingri Macher Bas Paturi, Lobster Malaikari, Pomfret Curry, Chital Kalia and a lot more. A dish which is a must try is the Steamed Gondhoraj Vetki coming just for Rs. 350/-.

 

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Already made your dining out plan for the four days in Puja? Take it from us and reschedule your plan to drop a visit at least one day at Fish Fish this puja. If you are a traditional Bengali man and can’t think of eating anything but typical Bengali food during the puja then Fish Fish is the best option. Their special staples (sandhi puja) of traditional Bengali fish items include Badam Pulao, Chingri Pulao, Elish Pulao and lot more.

 

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Fish Fish will also serve you some lip smacking Puja Maha Thali (Anjali) during the Puja. Here you can get some amazing preparations like Bhapa Elish, Chingri Dalna, Rupchada Muthya, Topse Fry, dal, begun vaja, ghee bhat and chutney at just Rs. 600/-. Another innovative thali is the Bhapa Chingri, Vetki Kalia, Rupchada Muthya, Topse Fry, dal, begun vaja, ghee bhat and chutney coming at Rs. 600/-.

 

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You can always order dishes separately if you are not comfortable with the thali idea. To taste some innovative yet traditional dish go for the Ilish Polao. The amazing preparation of Chingri Mach diye Moong Dal is a must try at Fish Fish. To sooth down your body after such rich foods sip a glass of Gondhoraj Ghol.

 

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The food speaks for itself, and it’s no surprise with acclaimed Chef Debasish Kundu heading the culinary team. Kickstart your meal with the Makhmali Fish Tikka, meltingly decadent vetki served with dips, or the Chitol Seekh Kebab, an excellent appetizer of thinly-sliced fish kebabs, with flavours amplified by a herbs and spices. Then, dig in to their special — Lobster malai curry. Indulgent, rich, and slightly creamy, the flavours of the ocean will explode in your mouth. There’s no better place to bring your favourite friend or that special someone who loves Bengali food.

 

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The price of the food may seem slightly high but the mouth watering dishes are worth giving a try at least for one day during puja. If you are going with your pals in the evening try out Jambo Tandoori Prawn with sauce as a starter. This is the kinda place for those who want to have fun with their food, certainly not for fish critics! Come for a fun date or a night out with picky friends.

 

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About Rajdeep Bhattacharjee

A ravenous eater, a thirsty drinker, an enthusiastic traveller and a very sound sleeper – once a wannabe hacker and now a Government employee, is an aspiring food critic and travel blogger. He hates the loose use of the word ‘foodie’ and prefers, instead, the expression ‘food devotee’. For him, good food and honest people are the biggest motivators.

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1915940_101100699948573_1759232_nRajdeep Bhattacharjee wears many feathers in his cap. A ravenous eater, a thirsty drinker, an enthusiastic traveller and a very sound sleeper – Rajdeep, once a wannabe hacker and now a Government employee, is an aspiring food critic and travel blogger. He hates the loose use of the word 'foodie' and prefers, instead, the expression 'food devotee'. For him, good food and honest people are the biggest motivators.

He is the founder of Gourmets Travel Guide, a website devoted completely to food and travel. Rajdeep is an avid blogger and one can find many of his sojourns aptly expressed on the website www.gourmetstravelguide.com.

Rajdeep had been recently chosen by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) to board the inaugural flight from Kolkata to Bangkok (TG – 336) and received accolades for wonderfully recounting the experience, from start to finish, in his blog. In fact, his travelogue was featured in Hangla Hneshel, one of India's foremost Bengali magazine dedicated completely to food and travel. Rajdeep doesn't stop there! One of his undersea walks also got featured in The Telegraph, one of India's leading dailies. He is also one of the chief curators and a selector for chefs and restaurants for Channel One's Resto Ranna episodes.

Zomato ranks Rajdeep among the top ten food connoisseurs in the city. He has also been ranked number 5 and 6, in this year's Network 18 and Burrp surveys respectively, as one of the discerning food critics in the country.

Rajdeep loves eating out at different restaurants. A true blue Bengali at heart and gut, experimenting with food and palates come naturally to him. And he doesn't mind leaving an endearing word or two for chefs who have displayed their talents on the plate and the restaurant management for the inviting ambiance of an eatery.

Rajdeep counts is as his forte the wonderful rapport he shares with different media houses. Thus his writings have already been picked up by top food journals and news dailies apart from the exposure he has to talk about them on social media. Reputation management of his clients come naturally to him be it on the virtual platform or in print.

He has been blogging for the last three years. When he is not writing on food and travel or working as a Government employee, you can most certainly catch him with a camera slung around his neck and travel gear ready to satisfy his inner wanderlust.