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Bengali Food Festival at The Eatery, Four Points by Sheraton Bengaluru

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Recently I was invited to the “Too Maach!” Bengali Food Festival at the hub of great food in Whitefield, Bangalore – Four Points by Sheraton Bengaluru. As I’m a lover of Bengali food, I grabbed this opportunity to be one of the select few to try out the delicacies!

The decor was excellent and reminded me of the hospitality of the East Indian folks specially Bengalis and Oriyas. The hospitality of Four Points by Sheraton Whitefield Bengaluru is also very good which adds to the flavor of the entire event!

We started with a Panipuri (or Puchka in Bengali) making and eating competition which was a huge hit with all the bloggers. Everyone loved making their own Puchkas and then having it at one go! It was a welcome break for bloggers who generally are bored at sit down reviews!

Here you can get a glimpse of the Panipuri making and eating competition! Needless to say it was the most exciting event of the day!

Panipuri making competition at @fpbsbengaluru

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There were some choicest Bengali dishes like kumro potoler dorma, shukto, kachkolar kofta, gughni along with kosha mangsho, murghir jhol and much more. Of course the highlight was pabda maccher jhol which was a huge hit with food aficionados!

How can you not have Bengali desserts after an amazing Bengali dinner? The highlights were roshogulla’s, raskadam and chom-chom and of course the legendary Misti Dohi!

There was also a competition of how many rosogollas can you eat in a minute which was won by Nivedith who ate 9 in 1 minute! He sure had a sugar rush! But it was a fun evening!

Embrace the Bengali culture by savoring traditional Bengali delicacies as Four Points by Sheraton Bengaluru, Whitefield brings you a Bengali Food Festival. Price of Dinner Buffet- Rs 749 plus taxes.

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