Take A New Gastronomic Trip With The Fatty Bao

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October is here and time once again to celebrate the Goddess Durga, her power and beauty and revel in the spirit of Durga Pujo that takes over Kolkata.

This festive season, The Fatty Bao, Kolkata, (part of the Olive group), takes you on a completely new gastronomic trip with ‘South Feast Asia- Durga Pujo Specials’ an All-Day menu from Oct 19 -Nov 12020 inspired by the signature dishes from the iconic Food Streets of South-East Asia.

The grandeur of Durga Puja meets the hustle & bustle of South-East Asia, in trademark, chic culinary fare that is uniquely The Fatty Bao. In a year which has thus far curtailed socialising, travel and celebration, we meld Kolkata’s penchant for street food; with our appetite for innovative and exciting new Asian flavours, to create a feast fit for the Pujo festivities. Cireng Fritters_South Feast Asia_The Fatty Bao 5 Crispy Pork_South Feast Asia_ The Fatty Bao 2 Thai Boat Noodles South Feast Asia_The Fatty Bao 6

‘South Feast Asia’- Durga Pujo Specialsoffers inventive fare with comforting flavours inspired by South East Asia’s hawker-style food from Oct 19 – Nov 1, 2020, from 12 noon to 11:30 pm, for dine-in and delivery via Swiggy & Zomato.

The menu features specials from Thailand’s Mekong River Thai Boat Noodlesto Cireng Fritters from Sudirman Street in Bandung to Hot Steamed Fish from Guijie Street in Beijingthe and Balinese Chicken from famed Jalan Alor Food Street in Kuala Lumpur and more.

The Fatty Bao pulls off a culinary heist that’s going to feel like a Durga Pujo vacation on your plate. Local. Indulgent. Delicious. The Fatty Bao welcomes you to South Feast Asia–with our Pujo Specials, that will leave you happy and satiated throughout the festivities.

Join Head Chef Sumit as he virtually guides you through the famed food streets exploring the legendary dishes, discovering hidden gems and local delicacies from iconic hawkers’ stalls and ubiquitous pushcarts, with a menu that draws inspiration from South East Asia’s diverse culinary repertoire, with each dish having its own distinctive style.

With ample vegetarian and non-vegetarian choices, it’s a menu of the most unforgettable dishes wrapped in comfort – giving the City of Joy a whole new way to celebrate this year.  Try Cireng Fritters from Sudirman Street in Bandung, West Java, – tapioca flour and sago coated zucchini & sweet potato fritters, tossed in a fiery sambal sauce, with crushed peanuts, toasted sesame and beet microgreens.

Order yourself a portion of Balinese Chicken traditional dish made with hand-pounded spice marinated chicken, glazed with chilli and garlic kecap manis and served with roasted cashew nuts and tamarind sauce from Jalan Alor Food Street in bustling Kuala Lumpur.

Taste the delicious Thai Boat Noodles – vegetarian noodles served with chili vinegar, chili bean tofu, crispy onion, spinach, cilantro, oyster and lemongrass broth, inspired by the floating stalls on the Mekong River in Thailand. There are chicken and pork versions too! How about some Stir-Fried Prawns from South Yunnan Street in Shanghai- juicy prawns stir-fried with black vinegar, Chinese wine, sesame oil, ginger juliennes, red chili, garlic, sriracha, crispy chili, chili flakes.

TheCrispy Pork from Zhongshan Pedestrian Street, Fujian is a must try and so is the signature Hot Steamed Fish from Guijie Street, Beijing, a 24-hour thick Sichuan sauce marinated steamed fish, with broccoli and tapioca fries, topped with pickled orange and pomegranate.

 A social but distanced experience Fatty recreates the diversity of various food streets, as we derive inspiration from South East Asia’s hawker-style food which is high on flavours and comfort.

 Local. Indulgent. Delicious. If you’re looking for an amazing, soul-satisfying Asian meal then head straight to The Fatty Bao for ‘South Feast Asia – Durga Pujo Special offer. 

 

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