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Celebrate Makar Sankranti at Rajbari Rasoi

Tickle your taste buds this Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti is widely celebrated in our country under different names. The cultural significance for each part of the country differs from one another which celebrates the onset of the harvest season. The festival observes the consumption of ingredients- milk, coconut, sesame, and jaggery.  A specialty themed Bengali restaurant with its grand traditional Bengali ambience, the servers making you feel like a king, the recipes transforming you to a golden heritage Bengali era. Overall, it’s an experience which will make you go weak on your knees.

In Bengal, Makar Sankranti is known as Poush Sankaranti, an auspicious day in the yearly calendar. It’s celebrated as the harvest season of the year. Rajbari shares some authentic Bengali sweets like Nolen Gurer Payesh, doodh puli pithe, patishapta adds more flavor to the sweets this time.  Patishapta is one of the famous sweet dishes prepared with milk, gur, refined flour malpua, coconut and dry fruits and is served a roll. Apart from dessert Chicken Khichuri and Mutton Khichuri is well- known cuisine on occasion of Poush Sankaranti.

 Ms. Priyadarshini Dey-Founder & Owner, Rajbari Rasoi- Authentic Bengali Cuisine Restaurant said, “A unique combination of fun food and fully satisfying meals, which makes the restaurant, appealing to all types of eating- out enthusiasts.”



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Nolen Gurer Payesh


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Doodh Puli Pithe


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 Venue: Raj Bari Rasoi,

Ground Floor, Sundarban Complex,

Sterling Tower CHS Apartment,

Andheri (W) Lokhandwala,

Mumbai – 400053


Time: Monday-Sunday 12pm-12 am.

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