“Haarano Khabaar Phircchey Aabaar Kanshar Thalaye Khasa Khabar”

Love them, hate them, hug them or run away from them, you can’t ignore that there are a lot of Bengali people all around this country, and all over the world. While ’80s Bollywood movies usually used exaggerated stereotypes to show Bengalis, any sense of reality will tell you that there’s more to them than rosogollas, Robindro shongeet and daab chingri.  – Sharangee Dutta

But Food was always been a sentimental part of Bengali and it will  be.  Bengali food tastes best when served authentic.   IMG_20170411_193444

Aaheli, this is one of the very few places at Esplanade where you can eat what I presume to be authentic Bengali food. And to mark this Poila Baisakh, Aaheli has turned up with mesmerizing aged old Bengali delicacies. In today’s claustrophobic world, we seem to be forget our roots and thriving for modernization.  You can’t be modern if you forgot your roots !!

“Poila Baisakh” marks the advent of Bengali New year. It is such an occasion which is filled with fun and frolic. The day begins with Puja, people wear new dresses and visit relative houses with box of sweets.

Bengalees are known for their love for food, so Poila Baisakh cannot be imagined as non- foodie affair. Keeping in mind the food loving nature of Bengali, The Peerless Inn, Kolkata offers a wide variety of option to choose from. Aaheli, the Authentic Bengali Cuisine restaurant in the heart of Kolkata, will come up with all lost recipes. The dishes which were made in historic eras will be brought back and served to the guests maintaining the flavour and aroma. From Poila Baisakh new menu will be served in both its outlets, at The Peerless Inn Kolkata and Aaheli, Axis Mall Rajarhat. Poila Baisakh special menu will be available from 14th April till 1st of September

Aaheli will be offering the following new a la carte menu: Mouri Makha Bhetki, Dhakai Mangsho, Posto Diye Chingri, Doi Diye Alu Potol, Rui Macher Patisapta, Aam Rajbhog. Apart from this, there will be thali and buffet option. The vegetarian thali will comprise of loochi and begun bhaja, rice, dal, pulao, five vegetarian curry and two sweets, all this at an unbelievable price of Rs.1255+taxes. The non-vegetarian thali will comprise of loochi and begun bhaja, rice, dal, one topping, pulao, four non vegetarian dishes, two sweets, at a pocket pinch of Rs.1895+taxes. There will also be an exclusive Barsho Baran-er Bhoj, vegetarian and non-vegetarian buffet spread along with unlimited Scotch, Wine & Beer,  at a price of Rs.1995+taxes at Aaheli, The Peerless Inn, Kolkata.

Oceanic the multi cuisine restaurant, will offer wide variety of multi cuisine buffet, along with two starters, salads, soup, five non vegetarian items, six vegetarian items and wide variety of desserts at Rs.1475+ taxes. There will also be two different variety of buffet options, Scotch, Wine & Beer, priced at Rs.1695+taxes and 1995+taxes.

The special buffet spreads and thalis will be available only on 15th April, 2017.

Timings: 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm (Afternoon)

7:00 pm to 11:00 pm(Evening)

For reservation kindly call:

Ashim: 9831780403, Sanjib: 9163308730; Pradipta: 9007770841

Find us on Facebook : ThePeerlessInn,Kolkata

Website: http://www.peerlesshotels.co.in/Kolkata

             – Press Release

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Bengali cuisine is a delicate balance of spices, sugar, and salt. It’s never too hot, sometimes a bit sweet, and sometimes a bit salty. It’s also a cuisine with a lot of focus on non-vegeterian food. However, contrary to popular belief, it also has some unique and delicious vegetarian. I’ve dined here at Aaheli an innumerable number of times over the past year, and I am yet to be disappointed with the quality of their food.

It reminded me of home cooked curries and tasted exactly like my mums cooking. there is a huge selection of dishes to choose from.

Me and my friends were very impressed with the food.
I would recommend anyone to give this place a try. you will not be disappointed.


Special thanks to:

Debasree Roy , Senior Vice President at Peerless Hotels Ltd – For hosting us so nicely and extending the warm hospitality  and her team for service us amazing Dishes

Soumi Sarkar , PR at Peerless Hotels Ltd – For inviting us.

○ Rajdeep Bhattacharjee (Gourmets Travel Guide) – For leading us

○ I am a Proud Member of Panch Phoron #panchphoron

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