Kolkata’s street food is something well known among many, and there are few street food hubs. Roasted Cart at Kasba is a meat lover paradise to explore their carnivorous side.
Kumartuli houses 300 years old potter community. Aside some best biggest idol-making studios the locality also hosts legendary cabin and food stalls serving hot savouries, cutlets, chops.
The eternal debate about the supremacy of Kolkata and Hyderabadi biryani became unrestrained with the introduction of Paradise Biryani in Kolkata.
Cup e Bong is a story of a boutique cafe, a handcrafted menu, and an inspiring tale of abundant positivity and cheerfulness amidst the burden of struggle.
In the past couple of years, India is observing a boom for craft gin expecting to reach sales of to over three million a year by 2023.
Surfiré The Coastal Cafe houses in the famous Rajani Sen Road brings to Kolkata the best of coastal cuisines along with some other regional delicacies.
Suppose you are suffering from excessive desire for food, then no need to be ashamed of your gluttony and head to Hanglaatherium for your daily dose of ‘hanglaa-mi’.
Peek-a-boo inside the kitchen of Biryani Brothers to decode their generation-old healthy indulgence.
Sanjha Chulha, when it started in the year 2002, then this was the only dhaba style eating on the outskirts of the city and was a regular highway stopover.
The Fatty Bao got an upgrade for its patrons to cheer-up post nationwide lock-down blues. The menu now boasts with 20 new cocktails and 51 new dishes.