The hotel décor will reflect the authenticity of Bengali culture. Four Points welcomes everyone to join in the celebrations.
Their signature restaurant - The Eatery will be offering a Boishakh special cuisine, with authentic Bengali flavour, for lunch and dinner that will be served on April 14. The menu will be rich with Bengali delicacies. Kacha Aamer Shorbot and Beler Shorbot will just be a flavourful start to your dining experience. There is hardly anyone who doesn’t love bhortas and bhajees; The Eatery’s chefs will fill the Bhorta section with Chingri Shutki Bhorta, Chepa Shutki Bhorta, Bhetki Mach Bhorta, Begun Bhorta and many more. Some of the popular items that their Bhajee section will feature are Chingri, Potol, Begun and Palong Shaak Bhajee with Chingri. Without fish, Pohela Boishakh celebration is incomplete. In The Eatery’s main station, you’ll find Shorisha Ilish, Hilsha Maach Bhaja, Pabda Maach Rosha Curry, Boal Maacher Jhol, Chingri Narkel Curry and other special items such as Deshi Murgh Masala, Goru Gosht (Kalia), Duck Masala, Beef Vinda Aloo, etc. It has to be wrapped up with something sweet. Chef’s special Rosho Golla, Kalo Jaam, Kacha Gulla, Gurer Shondesh and Rosh Malai will have you drooling.
Restaurant Wrapped situated at the hotel’s lobby area will be serving Bengali munchies like Chotpoti, Phuchka, Hawai Mithai and various drinks and ice-cream.