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23 January, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Eight-day ‘Pitha Festival’ begins at Le Méridien tomorrow

DL desk, Dhaka
Eight-day ‘Pitha Festival’ begins
 at Le Méridien tomorrow

Le Méridien Dhaka is organising an eight-day ‘Pitha Festival’ at its premises. Guests will be able to delve into the delicacies of Pitha with regular buffet dinner at the Latest Recipe, which will start tomorrow and will continue till January 31.

Pitha is an integral part of food traditions and food culture of Bangladeshi cuisine. There will be a separate Pitha station in the Latest Recipe and more than 20 types of delicious and traditional Pithas such as Nokshi Pitha, Chondro Puli, Mug Pakon, Hridoy Horon, Shahi Vapa, Lobongo Lotika, Ilish/Tuna Pitha, Bibi Khana, Bodhu Boron, Fuljhuri and many more will be available.

On this occasion, the General Manager of Le Méridien Dhaka, Constantinos S Gavriel, said, “We believe that this festival will play a significant role in promoting the traditional Bengali food to both our local and foreign guests coming from different cultures from all over the world. As we are always keen to promote different culture and cuisine, we think it’s a great opportunity to further popularize the different traditional Bengali Pithas among the urbanites.”

Le Méridien Dhaka has already become a popular destination for the urban crowd of Dhaka for its variety of cultural celebrations. The Pitha Festival will add another feather to the festivity culture of Le Méridien Dhaka.

The dining will be open from 6:30pm to 11:30pm and anyone can avail this offer at BDT 3,900++ per person. ‘Buy One Get One’ offers will also be available on selected cards.

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