The New Normal has changed the way we work, eat, step out…and arrange our weddings. As the party season opens up, here’s what our Directors, Mr. S. Ramani and Mr. Aninda Palit, have to say about rising up to the challenge – the decline in the number of bookings vis-a-vis last year. But, things are looking up and come January, better days will be here. Read more in this insightful article on T2.
Know about the fascinating story about how 6 Ballygunge Place’s star attraction, the Dab Chingri, ended up on the menu in this delightful writeup in Vogue Living. Every dish has a story behind it and the Dab Chingri is no less. Even more humbling is the fact that it was suggested by one of our guests to our Director Mr. S. Ramani. And the rest is, as they say, history! Learn also how to make the Dab Chingri at home.
6 Ballygunge Place will soon have 30 takeaway outlets in the city. Aptly named 6 Ballygunge Place Take Away, the outlets have been franchised to partners and will stock your favourite traditional Bengali dishes in a whole new packaged format which you can then reheat or fry and consume. Read all about this and more in this writeup in T2.
There’s a new outlet for devotees of finger-food, aimed to become the latest talk of the town with its special feature in The Telegraph! Calcutta Fries, a takeaway joint by the pioneers of traditional Bengali food in Calcutta, 6 Ballygunge Place, is taking the market by storm with re-imagined classic street food. Read More
India’s most coveted spot for best-in-class restaurants in the food and beverage industry, The Condé Nast Traveller Top Restaurants Awards, has bestowed the honour of being an excellent quality and service provider in the business, for two consecutive years.
The Bangladeshi Fish Festival is underway at 6 Ballygunge Place with a sumptuous Special Menu that spans across the most remarkable fish delicacies from Opar Bangla.The Dhakai Aamdani or the Bangladeshi Fish Festival is on from 1st to the 17th of October in association with the Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation. Read More
Get your Pujo foodie fix with 6 Ballygunge Place and 6 Ballygunge Place Thali! Featured on the top gastronomic haunts of the city, with an eclectic buffet of traditional Bengali flavours, our restaurants are the place to be with friends and family – for every hunger-hopping crowd! Read More
Rudranil Ghosh, Ritwick Chakraborty and director Srijit Mukherjee drop in for a team lunch at 6 Ballygunge Place. The director and his cast engage in a tête-à-tête with t2 as they address questions about the many facets of film and film making.
In association with IIHM, Signature presented The Telegraph Food Guide Awards, a major event of gastronomic revelry in the culinary sphere, held at the grand Hyatt Regency. 6 Ballygunge Place celebrated a win by receiving the Award for Excellence in the Bengali cuisine category, Read More
T2 celebrated its 12th year anniversary with a food fiesta that included connoisseurs and eminent personalities from all over the city on its guest list! Sushanta Sengupta, Aninda Palit and S. Ramani of 6 Ballygunge Place were spotted having a blast at Kolkata’s biggest birthday bash.
Imagine savouring delicacies whose recipes are over 400 years old! The Sabarna Roy Choudhury Food Festival at 6 Ballygunge Place is an excellent opportunity to do just that! The festival features 14 closely-guarded recipes-turned-delicacies like Gajorer Pushpanyo, Niramish Pathar Mangsho, Read More
News 18 Bangla joins actor Pujarini as they dig into the Grand Pujo Feast – the Durga Puja festive spread by 6 Ballygunge Place featuring the choicest traditional Bengali delicacies.