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Peninsula Ctg comes up with ‘Taste of India’

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 22 September, 2022 12:00 AM
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Peninsula Ctg comes up with ‘Taste of India’
Assistant High Commissioner of India in Chattogram Dr Rajeev Ranjan inaugurates the Indian food festival titled ‘Taste of India’ at ‘The Peninsula Chittagong,’ on Tuesday.

CHATTOGRAM: A seven-day Indian food festival titled ‘Taste of India’ was kicked off at ‘The Peninsula Chittagong,’ a four-star hotel in the city.

Assistant High Commissioner of India in Chattogram Dr Rajeev Ranjan inaugurated the festival on Tuesday night.

Addressing the programme, Dr Rajeev said, “Food plays a very important role in the bilateral relations of India and Bangladesh.”

 During this festival, food lovers will enjoy variety of authentic flavours of India starting from spicy chaats, flavorful dosas, classic biriyanis, mouthwatering kebabs and curries, with delicious rich Indian desserts along with one of the finest live station serving fresh hot dishes.

 All favourite Indian varieties will be cooked with special ingredients by executive chef and the culinary team of the hotel.

 This delightful food journey of buffet dinner will be available at a price of Tk 3,000 (all inclusive) per person.

Selective cardholders will be able to take advantage of the BUY-1-GET-1 FREE offer.

 Peninsula General Manager Sumedha Gunawardana, special Indian expatiates and renowned food bloggers were also present at the inaugural programme.