Savour The Festivities With 11 Best Menus For Poila Baisakh, Baisakhi, And Gudi Padwa Across India

Each menu promises a delightful blend of tradition and innovation.

by Mallika Khurana
Savour The Festivities With 11 Best Menus For Poila Baisakh, Baisakhi, And Gudi Padwa Across India

From the joyous occasion of Poila Baisakh to the harvest festival of Baisakhi, and the auspicious Gudi Padwa, each festivity brings forth a cornucopia of culinary delights that tantalise the senses and stir the soul. Let’s delve into these amazing menus offered by restaurants across India, each promising an unforgettable gastronomic experience that pays homage to the spirit of festivity, tradition, and the boundless creativity of Indian cuisine.

Poila Baisakh Menus

Poila Baisakh Menus In Kolkata

1. Paprika Gourmet

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Paprika Gourmet invites you to immerse yourself in the joyous occasion of Poila Baisakh, the Bengali New Year, with a menu that beautifully blends traditional Bengali flavours with a contemporary twist. Imagine yourself starting your feast with succulent chicken kebabs, followed by the aromatic chicken tikka tawa biryani and the tender baked fish with lemon garlic sauce. But the real surprise comes with their Bengali Tacos, a unique fusion creation that brings together the best of both worlds. 

Where: Surbhi Building, 8/1/2, Loudon Street, 1st Floor. Kolkata
When: Until 30th April 2024; 9 am – 7 pm
Cost: ₹1,500 onwards

2. Homely Zest 

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At Homely Zest, the essence of Poila Baisakh is beautifully captured through a heartwarming array of traditional Bengali delicacies. From crispy Kacha Kolka Ka Pakora to comforting Aloo Posto and Doi Begun, every dish is crafted with love and care to bring the warmth of home-cooked meals to your table. Don’t miss their fluffy luchis paired with khichuri for a truly authentic dining experience. And to end on a sweet note, indulge in their Guava Mishti Doi or the decadent Rasgulla Chena Baked.

Where: 21 Mandeville Garden, Kolkata
When: Until 30th April 2024; 10 am – 10 pm
Cost: ₹800 onwards

3. The Bhawanipur House

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Experience the culinary magic of Poila Baisakh at The Bhawanipur House, where tradition meets innovation in every dish. Start your journey with Calcutta Fish Fry and Prawn Cutlet, then dive into mains like Gondhoraj Baked Fish or Scallopini Chicken. Wash it all down with refreshing beverages like Strawberry Lemonade or Redbull Mojito. Whether it’s the creamy elegance of Cream Cheese Dome or the comforting richness of Kesar Milk Cake, The Bhawanipur House promises a feast that honours tradition and innovation in style.

Where: 13/1B, Priyanath Mallick RD, Bakul Bagan, Bhowanipore
When: 5th April – 15th April 2024; 11 am – 10:30 pm
Cost: ₹800 onwards (For two)

4. Yauatcha


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At Yauatcha Kolkata, the Poila Boishakh menu is a testament to meticulous curation, capturing the essence of the Bengali New Year with seasonal ingredients and traditional techniques. Indulge in Chicken and Chilli Oil Dumplings or Spicy Jackfruit and Coconut Dumplings before moving on to Chilean Sea Bass in Soy and Chilli or Soba Noodles with Prawn in Truffle Sauce. End your culinary journey on a sweet note with Mango Milk Chocolate Gateaux.

Where: 5th Floor, Quest Mall, Syed Amir Ali Avenue, Park Circus, Beck Bagan, Ballygunge, Kolkata
When: 8th to 30th April, 2024; 12 pm – 11 pm
Cost: ₹3,000 (For two)

5. Hard Rock Cafe

Celebrate the vibrant spirit of Poila Baisakh at Hard Rock Cafe, where traditional Bengali flavours blend seamlessly with the rock ‘n’ roll atmosphere. Dive into the flavours of Bengal with aromatic Paneer Fry and rich Chingri Macher Curry, followed by the exquisite taste of Kasundi Bhetki fish. Enjoy the refreshing indulgence of Unlimited Kingfisher Beer, perfectly complementing the flavorful Bengali delights. 

Where: 57-A, Park Street, Taltala, Kolkata
When: Until 15th April 2024; 12 pm – 1 am
Cost: ₹2,000 | Unlimited Kingfisher Beer for 2 hours @ ₹999

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6. Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick 

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Indulge in the essence of Poila Boisakh with Balaram Mullick & Radharaman Mullick’s special delicacies. As the festive air of Poila Boisakh fills the streets, they invite you to embark on a culinary journey with exquisite handcrafted offerings. From the sweet blend of Chandrapuli to the velvety smoothness of Rossomalai, each dessert embodies the essence of tradition and luxury. 

Where:  2, Paddapukur Road, Jadubabur Bazar, Bhawanipur, Kolkata
When: Until 15th April 2024; 9 am – 9:30 pm
Cost: ₹300 (For two)

Poila Baisakh Menus In Bengaluru

7. M Cafe, Bengaluru Marriott Hotel Whitefield

To celebrate the turning of the page of the Bengali calendar, Bengaluru Marriott Hotel Whitefield has organised a grand feast at M Cafe. Indulge in the famed bangali tele bhajas like Begun bhaja, Prawn cutlet, fish fry, alur chop, each evoking cherished memories. Adorn the main palette with opulent flavours of iconic dishes such as Basanti pulao, Panch meshali, nostalgic Doi Chicken, and the signature Mutton Dak Bunglow, all specially curated by the talented home chef Ajanta Burman. No Bengali feast is ever complete without mishti, so conclude the bhuri bhoj on a sweet note with decadent treats like Gobindo bhog chaler payesh, mishti doi, the iconic baked rosogolla, and bhapa sondesh. 

Where: Plot No 75, 8th Rd, EPIP Zone, Whitefield, Bengaluru
When: 8th to 15th April; 7 pm onwards
Cost: ₹2,199++  onwards

Poila Baisakh Menus In Mumbai

8. Banjara Restaurant, Goldfinch Hotel 

Embark on a culinary adventure through the streets of Calcutta with Banjara Restaurant’s exclusive “Food Trail of Detective Byomkesh Bakshi” at Goldfinch Hotel Mumbai. Running from April 10th to April 21st, this gastronomic extravaganza promises to tantalise your taste buds with a diverse array of traditional Bengali, Mughlai, Chinese, and Continental delicacies. From Kolkata Mutton Biryani to Chingri Malai Curry and Aloo Posto, each dish is a tribute to the rich culinary heritage of Calcutta, as explored by the fictional detective Byomkesh Bakshi. 

Where: Plot No. 34, Goldfinch Hotel, 21, MIDC Central Rd, M.I.D.C, Chakala Industrial Area (MIDC), Andheri East, Mumbai
When: April 10th to April 21st, 2024; 12 pm – 3 pm; 7 pm – 11 pm
Cost: ₹2,850 AI

Baisakhi Menus

9. Saffron, JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu


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Saffron, the renowned Indian speciality restaurant at JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu, invites you to celebrate the vibrant festival of Baisakhi with its exclusive limited edition menu. Embrace the spirit of Punjab’s harvest festival with dishes like Punjabi Rajma aur Khada Masala Ka Chawal, Pindi Chole aur Bhature, and Saagwala Gosht, meticulously crafted by Saffron’s talented culinary team.

Where: Jw Marriott Mumbai Juhu, Lower Lobby, JW Marriott, Juhu Tara Rd, Juhu, Mumbai
When: 5th – 14th April, 2024 |  Monday to Friday: Dinner 7 pm – 12 am | Saturday & Sunday: Lunch 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm | Dinner 7 pm – 12 am

Gudi Padwa Menus

10. Naturals

Naturals, India’s favourite artisanal ice cream brand, is launching its festive-special flavour – Amrakhand for Gudi Padwa. Crafted with care and expertise, Naturals’ Amrakhand combines the wholesome goodness of milk and sugar with the aromatic allure of elaichi and shrikhand, culminating in a symphony of flavours that dance on the palate. Adding a touch of seasonal delight, ripe mangoes are the star of this ice cream flavour, infusing it with a burst of fruity goodness. 

Where: Across all outlets in India
When: Ongoing

11. Coast & Bloom


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Coast & Bloom invites you to celebrate the spirit of Gudi Padwa with Gudhi Bhojanam – a spring special that pays tribute to the season with flavours from across cultures. Step inside Coast & Bloom’s welcoming traditional home, adorned with mango leaf garlands and vibrant Rangoli, and indulge in a feast served traditionally on a banana leaf. From tangy Kochkai to comforting Ugadi Pachadi and crisp Aplam, every dish is a story, every flavour a memory. 

Where: Second Floor, Kohinoor Square, Dadar, N C. Kelkar Marg, Shivaji Park, Mumbai
When: 9th April, 2024; 11 am onwards
Cost: ₹999++ per person

These menus have something special for everyone to enjoy.

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