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Posted on Nov 23, 01:38PM | IBNS
Kolkata based restaurant Koshe Kosha on Thursday introduced its first mutton festival, 'Mo-E Mangsho Festival', to entice the taste buds at the onset of winter.
The delicacies range from Sada Keema, Laal Keema, Kochi Pathar Jhol, Dhakai Mangsho, Palong Mangsho, Cholar Dal Mangcho, Mangshor Malaikari, Gandharaj Mangsho, Radhuni Mangsho to Koshe Kosha signature dish Kosha Mangsho.
The festival will continue from Dec 1 to 31, and depending on the responses, the dishes will be incorporated in the routine menu.
"The idea to have this month-long Mo-E Mangsho Festival was to pay true homage to the mutton legacy of Bengal. We have thus reinvented these items keeping the old recipes in mind," said Partner of Koshe Kosha Arunabha Das Sharma.
The 38-seater restaurant is adorned with coir mat covered chairs and tables, earthen pots and pans, along with Bengali music playing in the background, to give a sneak peek into the rural Bengal in the highly urbanized city.
"We have tried to compliment the food with the decor," said Founding Partner of Koshe Kosha Arunima Paul.