Café Na-Ru-Meg Adds Spark of Summer Specials


News Desk, News Nation 360 : Fresh start of a year calls for festivity and pumps up every individual to luxuriate in the taste of delectable dishes. Poila Baisakh, the beginning of Bengali’s traditional New Year, fills the air with positivity, exuberance and peerless ardent for gorging on a plateful of delicacies. Café Na-Ru-Meg, located at 56A, Raja Basanta Ray Road, Southern Avenue, Kolkata- 700029, has lined up a flavoursome array of multiple dishes in their summer menu to make this year

more yum-yum. The Indian festivals have an everlasting affair with food and always give reason to people to make it a foodie celebration. Café Na-Ru-Meg has crafted this new summer menu to add both contentment and a spark of delight to the stomach. This cosy and homey café in the lane of Southern Avenue is all set to deliver delicious delicacies right at the doorsteps while staying safe indoors. Kolkata is synonymous with food, will get to relish the taste tickling new additions in the Café Na-Ru-Meg’s summer menu, which include Kolkata’s favourite Bengali Style Fish Fry, served with green chutney, french fries and mustard mayo and priced at Rs 385. To satiate fry cravings, even more, there is a big fat slice of crispy Chicken Cutlet at Rs 365. Boiled egg coated with rich minced chicken and crumb fried till crisp, the Scotch Egg will greet taste bud at just Rs 365. Bengali’s eternal love for fish comes baked with lemon and cheese as Gandharaj Baked Fish at Rs 485. The classic Mutton Kasha with Saffron Pilaf (Rs 575) will sate appetite as one fills the mouth with soft and succulent pieces of mutton cooked with Bengali spices and saffron pilaf. Also, Peri Peri Chicken Steak served with spicy peri sauce, fried veggies, mashed potatoes and herb rice, priced at Rs 495, will leave one craving for some more. A plateful of Chicken Thai Curry with Steam Rice (Rs 375) makes a perfect comfort food option as they offer tender chunks of chicken cooked in zesty Thai curry paste and served with steam rice.

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Report : Anustup Kundu