As the Magh Bihu festivities begin, Guwahati’s favourite Bengali cuisine restaurant 6 Ballygunge Place is all decked up to celebrate a special Pithe Puli Festival from January 13-15. This Bihu, enjoy some of the best pithas – with a Bengali twist – at the Lachit Nagar-based restaurant which was voted as city’s most famous Bengali cuisine restaurant.

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“‘Baromashe taro parbon’ describes Bengali culture – and aptly put, that’s what describes 6 Ballygunge Place, the brand showcasing a detailed history of Bengali cuisine. The flagship restaurant was refashioned out of an old zamindari style bungalow at 6 Ballygunge Place in Kolkata in 2003, thus assuming the name. With our outlet in Guwahati, it has been a constant endeavour for us to highlight all the festivals which are an inherent part of our region and showcase the food associated with it. Thus, thePitha Festival was born,” said co-owner S Ramani. He added that the city’s favorite Bengali cuisine restaurant is offering a wide range of delicious buffet for the guests.

The special menu includes mouth-watering BasantiBhapa Puli, Baashori Bhapa Puli, Kesari Patishapta, Gajorer patishapta, Dhakai Ros Pithe, Ros Bora and Komola Chushi Pithe.

“The Pithe Puli Festival, is part of our yearly calendar. Our chefs have planned an eclectic menu consisting of various pithe which will be part of the festival. It will be celebrated at Kolkata as well as Guwahati,” co-owner Chef Sushanta Sengupta added.

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Voted Guwahati’s most popular upscale Bengali cuisine restaurant, 6 Ballygunge Place, located at Lachit Nagar, celebrated its second anniversary recently.

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