There’s plenty going on in the city, but Bengali New Year is clearly the next big thing. Like every other festival, food is one of the most significant aspects of the Poila Baisakh. So make your food plan and head to Saptapadi as they dish out one of the best of the Bengali Thali in this season.
From irresistible Vetki Chingri Popcorn to kumro phul bhaaja (pumpkin flower fritters), to daab chingri (jumbo prawn in green coconut), mutton and a variety of lip-smacking traditional desserts like misti doi (sweet yoghurt) – restaurants here have laid out grand thalis to set the taste buds tingling on Poila Baisakh – Bengali New Year’s Day – Monday.
The restaurant is a cozy & nice-the theme being inspired from “Saptapadi”-legendary bengali film casting Uttam & Suchitra. The black and white blow ups of Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen that adorn the walls of the cosy restaurant in Purna Das Road reminds guests of the golden age of Bengali cinema.
The terracota plates and pitcher and the wood carvings all around lends a refined earthy feel to the restaurant.The restaurant isn’t a large one but the servings was done with utmost care, affection and undoubtedly the best Bengali food as of now for me to savour your tastebuds.
Visiting the restaurant is definitely worthwhile as the food is delicious and for an extremely reasonable price. The menu offers a wide variety of Authentic Bengali & Fusion dishes.
As we sat at the table, I observed the way staffs dealt with other orders that came in, and Mr. Ranjan Biswas was extremely professional and always made sure the client was going to be happy.
The Dishes We Had :
🔸️Rice & Pulao
🔸Alu Fulkopir Torkai –
🔸️Tulsi Murgi Nuggets
🔸️Vetki Chingri Popcorn
🔸Alu Bhaja & Beguni
🔸Bhapa Ilish Sorse
Saptapadi as a movie is so close to our heart..And Saptapadi as a Restaurant will remain so close to my Heart too as far as gastronomic experiment is concern !! I was blown away by our first ever gourmet experience and will always hold the establishment high on my list. We relished upon a lipsmacking list of preparations.
Ei poth jodi na sesh hoy
Tobe kemon hoto tumi boloto?
A never ending hunger to explore foods will keep us alive.