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Times Food Guide 2006 launches in Kolkata

02-May-2006
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Times Food Guide 2006 launches in Kolkata

The Times Group has launched its comprehensive guide to eating out, Times Food Guide 2006, in Kolkata. The guide consists of over 800 names and details of eating joints, pubs, bars, caterers and even paan shops to suit every mood, budget and occasion. The guide has listings of best eating outlets in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore as well as New York and London.

The ratings for the food, décor and service in the guide have been done by a panel of food lovers. The guide also gives a website address where surfers can review a particular eating joint and send their views.

Vineet Jain, MD, Times Group, said, “Times Food Guide 2006 is the most comprehensive listing of eateries in Kolkata. It’s a delight for foodies and party animals.”

Said Amitava Bhattacharya, Deputy General Manager, Times Response, Kolkata, “Kolkata being a food lover’s haven, I think the guide is a must have for all Kolkatans as a reference guide for their personal collection.”

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