Kalimpong, one of the busiest tourists hub in North Bengal has lately came up some cute and cozy cafes and eateries which generally serve as the melting pot for the youngsters and folks of all ages. As a tourist these cafes are great options to enjoy local flavors too.
During my latest trip to Kalimpong, my culinary journey through Bhutanese cuisine at Za Khang was the most memorable one. Za Khang may be the only restaurant in India serving authentic Bhutanese cuisine.
Subho Bijoya! Goddess Durga returning to her abode today marks the end of Durga Puja celebrations. People of the Bengali community meet up over adda (chit chat) and exchange greetings with sweets. Joined with Savaari Car Rental, took this opportunity to relive our culture and roots through its food during early morning at narrow alleys of North Kolkata.
At To Die For, it’s about minimalism. Le Corden Bleu chef Shashvat Dhandhania believes in keeping the visual minimal so the plate it can be busy and be heard. The focus is on sauces, dressing and garnishes that requires to bring a dish together. The airy ambiance soaked with natural lighting due to this glass ceiling makes it a place to die for. This European themed restaurant is primarily a vegetarian restaurant, which also serves eggs.
Yauatcha is a Michelin starred Chinese dim sum teahouse offering an all-day dining experience. This festive season indulge in a delightful combination of authentic Cantonese cuisine curated by the master culinary chefs of Yauatcha.
Like every year Monkey Bar gears up to celebrate Kolkata’s biggest festival Durga Puja with its specially crafted menu Chayna Ochayna. The name suggests bringing together a bit of the old and familiar with the new and unknown. Chef Iti Misra brings cult classic Bengali dishes along with her twist in taste from global cuisine.
Monkey Bar, India’s finest Gastropub in Kolkata serves some signature dishes with a playful twist, and the ambiance bathing in natural light offers the most incredible view of the City of Joy.
Wykiki just announced themselves in the race of open-air rooftop restaurants and bars. The latest hotspot in town aims to provide a first-of-its-kind South Asian street food experience to Kolkata.
Baraanda or (Veranda) is always the most comfortable place in your home. This is closely knitted with Bengali culture and with our growing up. At the new Bengali fine dining outlet Baraanda opened at Southern Avenue, one can gorge on exquisite Bengali cuisine at the comfort of homely yet classy ambiance.
The legendary canteen of Calcutta South India Club now houses Hyderabad’s well-known Roastery Coffee House. If you are a coffee fanatic then this is the best place in town for you. Food in the menu is equally interesting to accompany the caffeine beverages.