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Boishakhi festival in city hotels

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Amari Dhaka  :
A colourful and effervescent Boishakhi Utsab awaits guests at Amari Dhaka bringing special offerings along. The start of the Bengali New Year will see distinctive offerings from both Amaya Food Gallery & Cascade Lobby Lounge - each of which will feature a unique style of cuisine for celebrating the festive day.
Boishakhi Breakfast & Brunch: Amaya Food Gallery has a couple of special offerings to welcome the New Year. To start off, there is the mouth-watering ‘Boishakhi Brunch’ - a tantalizing amalgamation of breakfast and lunch items guaranteed to spice things up flaunting a rich Bengali line-up of dishes. The highlight is the Shorisha Ilish with available with an assortment of teasing bhortas like Chingri, Chepa Shutki, Taaki Maach among others. A variety of local chaat and salads will be available as well. The Boishakhi brunch is available on April 13 and 14 at Amaya from 11:30am to 4:00pm at Tk 3500 per person, bogo is applicable.
Boishakhi Dinner: The Boishakhi dinner buffet is the grand arrangement of a mammoth collection of Bengali New Year specials. Cardinal Boishakhi dishes such as Padma Illish Polao, Deshi Murgi Roast, Masala Pomfret along with others such as Ladka Kichuri, Khaashi Mezban & Doi Begun will be available among a vast selection of Bengali and international items.
Boishakhi dinner buffet will feature additional cuisines from Japanese, Chinese and Thai origins. The Boishakhi dinner buffet will be available on April 13 and 14 at Amaya from 6:30pm to 10:30pm at Tk 5000 per person. Buy one get one for selected cards applicable.
Boishakhi Mela: To add to the celebration, the Cascade Lobby Lounge will host a traditional BoishakhiMelaintroducing more excitement to the spirit of Boishakh. The fair will include exhilarating activities such as dhak dhol, bioscope show, fortune teller, bangle seller, face painter, mehedi art, and much more customary offerings at lobby. A mouth-watering selection of local finger-foods such as fuchka, chotpoti, dahifuchka, muttonhalim, jhalmuri, gulab jamun, Kushtia’s famous kulfi, malai cha and others will also be served along with the presence of refreshing Shorbet & Lassi stalls from 11:00am till 10:00pm on April 14 only.

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