When we went to CR Park, we savored the flavours of Bengali cuisines, and wanted to take our readers through the same food trail.
1. This gastronomical and visual delight.
One look at it and we knew the walk will also be a colourful delight, replete with food that tingles all our #SpoonSenses.
#SpoonSpoiler: We had sweet, salty, spicy and sour, all rolled up in one foodwalk.
2. When our excited Foodwalkers instagrammed the delicacies.
Of course the delicacies were worth instagramming. Our time at every vendor was split into two parts: 1) showing the world how photogenic our food is, and 2) savoring the cuisines.
3. When everyone posed for this picture.
Symmetry and spontaneity met and ate Puchkas.
4. When demould gave away these scrumptious cupcakes to all the participants.
demould has been generous in offering us freebies and discounts. And these chocolate cupcakes were…well, chocolate cupcakes. They had to be awesome.
5. Mughlai Parantha in the making.
This Mughlai Parantha had us drooling even before we had our first bite, and we were blushing hot red by the time we had it served on our plate.
6. This poser Mishti Doi.
No Bengali cuisine can ever be complete without Mishti Doi. Here is the one offered by Kamala Sweet Shop. It was a befitting sweet end to the walk.
7. This group photo.
We are short of words on how glad we feel to be the reason behind those smiles.