Kolkata is famous for its street food like chop, cutlet and fish Fry. In every nooks and corners of the road you will find some street food shops. There are some shops who are selling these for more than 100 years. One of such legendary outlet is Mitra Cafe.
In the age of fusion and remix, it needs heart to remind us what is authenticity. With such noble cause The Bhoj Company introduces to us the authentic Dhakai cuisine for the generation who only heard of it. Such comfort food is rarely cooked in household now-a-days.
In the era of millennial, concept of cafe means a place to enjoy great food with smoke and alcoholic beverages. But still there are few cafes for old school like us where a calm and quaint environment been maintained, catering to all age groups.
Snacking is one such hidden gem at Kolkata where they don’t serve alcohol or shisha since they wanted to stick to a cafe concept only. This charming little cafe with quirky interiors and a relaxed cool vibe is attracting customers with innovative and attractive food presentation ideas.
The Saffron Tree brings back those lost dishes once relished by various nawabs in our country. Le Cordon Bleu gives this city Chef Sambit Banik who spent laborious 18 months in researching the roots of all the menu dishes and making it just the way how it should be with precise proportion of spice, authenticity retained in preparation but served with a twist where history meets contemporary.
Baccara Lounge is the only Arabian themed lounge at Kolkata with grand cabanas interior. The place is famous for their Egyptian big base shisha. This 4000 sq ft eatery offers delectable and mouth watering Continental, Indian, Chinese and Middle Eastern Cuisines.
With mural painting on the walls and dim lit atmosphere gives the underground warehouse vibes and DJ console located at the top corner of the ceiling, a new hub for the party animals. Levels — The Club, a gigantic 8,500 sq ft space opened doors in Sector V.
In an era when television stronghold was gripping in our society and social media was still an alien, a cult cookery cookery show Khana Khazana was gradually taking over in our life. The master chef himself Sajeev Kapoor bringing all his recipes from his cook book closer to us through high quality family dining experience. At The Yellow Chilli, Kolkata enjoy the quintessential dishes having ingredients of exclusivity and simplicity served live from his kitchen.
More than a four decades old legacy now have a new face. Renovated India Restaurant at the old dock area of Kidderpore has now turned into a multi-story Mughlai food durbar with grandeur of Arabian architecture. India Restaurant has thoroughly impressed us with its food, royal ambiance and courtesy.
New Town was in a dire need of a proper Chinese restaurant. Chufang’s kitchen came like a breath of fresh air where so many eateries are cropping up on every second day. A complete family restaurant with homely ambiance and reasonably priced makes it a great family joint. An extremely courteous management visits each table to get real time feedback from their patrons. At last, now we have a Chinatown in New Town!
If there is an “Innovation with Ilish” then 6 Ballygaunge Place is the master of the game. A yearly event in all foodies’ calendar and this year it was an honor for PanchPhoron bloggers to get invited to their brand new fine dining outlet at New Town, to relinquish the specially curated menu by Chef Sushanta Sengupta.
The ambiance recreates an old-world charm of our culture and heritage, will give you the feel of an old zamindar house.