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Kolkata restaurants see surge in footfall during Christmas-New Year week | Economy & Policy News

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The association reported a 15% increase in food consumption, with customers patiently waiting for three to four hours to savor their favorite dishes (Stock photo)

City-based restaurants are experiencing a surge in customer footfall during the Christmas-New Year week from December 24-27, according to an official of the Hostel and Restaurant Association of Eastern India (HRAEI).

HRAEI president Sudesh Poddar said crowd turnout is expected to increase further leading up to the New Year.

The association reported a 15% increase in food consumption, with customers patiently waiting for three to four hours to savor their favorite dishes.

Poddar mentioned that his own fine dining restaurants, Manthan and Manthan Songhai, continue to have a full house with customers waiting patiently for hours.

Bar-cum-restaurant owners have asked the government to extend the closing time until 2 am until January 1 and urged patrons not to drive their vehicles to comply with the administration’s road safety request.

Nitin Kothari, owner of Peter Cat, Mocambo, and Peter Hu?, said after Durga puja, there was a brief slump, but customer response has been exceptionally good in all outlets on Park Street in recent days.

Kothari added that their outlets have been packed from 11 am

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These Books Will Help Heal Your Relationship With Food

How is your relationship with food these days? For many of us, the honest answer is “it’s complicated.” Maybe you stress-eat more than you’d care to admit or are always on the latest diet. Maybe you just spend too much mental energy on food and have a nagging sense that it’s supposed to be, well, easier.

If you’re looking for a reset, you might start with some reading — we’re in something of a heyday for books about food and bodies. We asked nine experts in psychology, nutrition and body image for their recommendations. These picks will help you understand why many of us relate to food the way we do, and how to shift into a healthier way of thinking about food.

Most of the practitioners we consulted mentioned this bible of intuitive eating. “It’s a classic for a reason,” says Christy Harrison, a registered dietitian and author who hosts the podcast “Rethinking Wellness.”

The authors are dietitians with a bold claim: We were all born knowing how to nourish ourselves, and we get into trouble when we start trusting the voices around us instead of our bodies. They walk readers through the process of unlearning “diet mentality” and