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Graphiti – The Telegraph – Sunday 6th of July, 2014.

La Maison Des Délices – Pâtisserie & Bistro is featured as one of the city’s breakfast destinations in the “Breakfast Breaks” article in today’s GRAPHITI – Page 13.

Article Excerpt…

Partha Sarathi Bose and Chiradeep Pal of La Maison Des Délices on Keyatala Road near Southern Avenue, offer a live kitchen that’s tossing up eggs made-to-order. Early birds are also being served creamy garlic mushrooms and corn on toast. “An increasing number of people, especially working couples, want elaborate breakfasts. But they don’t want to toil in their kitchens first thing in the morning,” says Bose.”

… At La Maison Des Délices, French and Victorian furniture meet paintings depicting old Calcutta while the black-and-white floor pairs well with elegant chandeliers.

Piece is written by Ms. Lubna Salim; photographs by Mr. Soumik Bag of GlamStill[email protected]@2014-1001.html


We were proud to host Anindita Chatterjee’s interview with eBela

Anindita Bose is a Bengai film and television actress. She started her acting career in television and then moved to big screen. In 2012 she acted in the film Bhooter Bhabishyat. – Wikipedia.

Recent Press Coverage: Cafe Corridor – The Telegraph – T2 Section – May 11, 2014

DelicesExcerpt from the Telegraph article…

Europe meets India at the newest sip-and-bite address of this area. The name, in French, means ‘the house of delicacies’, and it serves up a combination of cuisines — French, Italian, Greek, American. Delices has become a favourite of many a family in the neighbourhood, primarily because of its opulent gold-and-beige interiors and the Continental menu. The 52-cover bistro has high ceilings, chessboard floor tiles, ornate chandeliers, paintings and a giant mirror that lends it a sense of space. The bistro opens early for breakfast and their classic French breakfast — Salade Aux Lardons — can be quite filling. We liked the poached eggs presented on a bed of greens and bacon. The pesto they use in their Italian fare is made from pine nuts, with basil and olive oil, instead of peanuts. “Pine nuts are more authentic, in Italy they prefer it to peanuts,” said chef Chirodeep Pal, one of the Delices partners. There are two banquet halls to host parties and free Wi-fi (30MB limit). But the loyalists return, more than anything else, for thin-crust pizza and their signature French comfort food — Fricassee De Poulet, which is simmered chicken and vegetables in a rich silky white sauce.

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La Maison Des Délices – Pâtisserie & Bistro is grateful for The Telegraph – India’s coverage on Sunday, 2nd March 2014.[email protected]@2014-1001.html