Street Food Festival at Afraa Restaurant & Lounge.

This restaurant is located inside  City Center 1, Sector 1, Salt Lake. It is famous for breezy outdoor seating with food, drinks and hookah for a romantic mood, party , casual dining etc.The ambiance is perfect for all.The restaurant is on the 7th floor and it has a awesome view of the city. It’s realy a very captivating point to click selfie.

AFRAA RESTAURANT & LOUNGE will host a week-long food extravaganza bringing the best of mouth watering  street food from Chowringhee to Barabazar at the month of February.

Chef Soumyajit Chowdhury , will spearhead the festival with hot flavourful dishes from Kolkata in AFRAA. Menu includes tantalizing delicacies like Puuchkla, Papri Chat, Roasted Tomato Chat, Dahi Bada, Fish Cutlet, Bread Ghugni or Keema etc.

Come enjoy the hot , tangy and lipsmacking street foods of India at the City of Joy.

 

We had the following dishes –

Dahi phuchka –  India’s hot favourite street food . It was well made and was tangy, hot and chatpata.

Papri Chat –  Another hot favourite item, was mouth watering, flavourful and had the perfect zing, crunchiness of papri and was chatpata .

Dahi Bada – Dahi Vara is a very famous snack with fluffy varas dipped in a mixture of curd, spices and served with red chutney is very mouth watering.

Green Chana Chat – It is a very healthy dish with boiled green Chana tossed in lime juice, coriander, onion, tomato etc.

Luchi Aloo dam –  Luchi and aloo dum is a very popular Bengali breakfast. Fluffy luchi with lipsmacking thick aloo dum was too tasty.

Bread Ghugni – Another popular snack, ghoogni was quiet well made.

Bread keema – This is another popular snack , keema was extremely delicious, thick and hot. A must try.

Fish Roll –  The fish rolls came out crispy, served with chutney tasted savoury.

Veg Spring Roll – Spring roll sheets filled with a mix of stir fried veggies and deep fried. They are perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy, delicious in the inside. A must try.

Chicken Stew – This recipe foot-stepped into Bengali kitchen since British era. The Bengali style of chicken stew cooked with vegetables was unique.

Fish Cutlet – Bengali vetki Fish Cutlet was crispy, soft coupled with French fries was nice.

Thank you Somnath Dutt (Operation Head at Afraa Lounge & Restaurant), Soumyajit Chowdhury (Head Chef at Afraa Lounge & Restaurant), Rajdeep Bhattacharjee (Gourmets Travel Guide) – For inviting us 

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