Now You Can Savour Dishes Like 'Dhoni Malai Kebab', 'Kohli Labador' In Kolkata

26/03/2015 9:01 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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FILE - In this Jan. 4, 2015 file photo, India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni prepares to bowl in the nets as his team trains before their cricket test match against Australia in Sydney, Australia. The Feb. 14-March 29, 2015 Cricket World Cup will be staged in New Zealand and Australia for the first time since 1992. India will have to quickly re-discover the art of winning if it wants to retain the World Cup. Dhoni, who announced his retirement from test cricket after surrendering the series to Australia in December, was confident his squad was capable of coming back strongly. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

KOLKATA — With World Cup virus spreading like wildfire and no respite sought by the cricket crazy Kolkatans, 'Dhoni Soya Malai Seekh Kebab' and and 'Paneer Kohli Labador' will now be served on platter to escalate the mercury level on an already sizzling late spring noon on the semi-final match day.

"Savouring 'Rayadu Subz Hundi' to 'Dum Ke Shikar Dhawan Biryani' and 'Ambati Aloo Tikka' our audience can egg on the Indian team, which are on the dream run in this edition of the World Cup and feel like enjoying the proceedings from Down Under in a lounge decked with cricket gears and pictures of our icon cricketers," said Amitaabh Ganguly, on behalf of the premium city based eatery having branches all over the country this evening.

"Since winning or losing comes after sporting spirit and bonhomie, there will be 'Watson Chocho Mousse' and very Indian 'Bailey Ghulab Jamun' for the Aussies and the expatriates trooping in from different parts of the city and the nearby CCFC ground," Ganguly said.

"To recreate the sporting ambience within the restaurant we have installed replicas of cricket memorabilia at the Don Bradman museum while giant sized backlit cutouts of Young Indian brigade from Sikhar Dhawan to Suresh Raina, from flamboyant Virat Kohli to the ever-cool M S Dhoni peeps from different corner at Teekha," Ganguly said.

"We know India will come up as the winners. But we will run the show and tailor the cuisine depending on the game results as anything can happen on a match day. But our collective prayer will move mountains and make India the champions. There will be a bigger celebration after the final," Ganguly, of the Haldiram Food City, signed off.

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