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.
Friends of Pho brings amalgamation of different colours and flavours of Asia on table. Enjoy Asian culinary delight with the kokeshi dolls styled prayer wheels donned ambiance. A brainchild of Geetika Sinha, Friends of Pho has been inspired by her travels through Southeast Asian countries.
The Fatty Bao is an Asian gastrobar by the Olive Group, which is known for its quirky restaurant names houses at 8th floor of Fort Knox, Kolkata. You walk into the Japanese eatery inspired ambiance gives you an Asian explosion with food and flavors through their izakaya and noodle-shop inspired menu.
During summer as the mercury rises, the iftar market in Zakaria Street comes alive with those observing fast in the holy month of Ramzan. Word of caution the place is not for hygiene freak or fine diners, the visuals take you back in time how we use to cook in a rustic way.
The Biryani Company announces the launch of its new avatar Biryanishk, it is a bouquet of bucket biryani. Hand-picked ingredients, curated recipes, strict quality control and an incurable love for good food make for a premium yet value experience for the discerning palate.
Momo I Am revolutionized from cafe to upscale eatery journey with opening of Salt Lake Sector V outlet, sprawling across few thousands square feet area.
Kolkata’s melting pot Park Street gets its first Bengali restaurant, sending smiles to city’s gastronomes. Ilish Truly Bong, as the name suggests serving authentic Bengali cuisine with a special focus on fish, primarily hilsa.
Hoppipola opened its third outlet in the city, it means now three times fun. With the motto of Eat, Drink, Play, Hoppipola redefined the clubing experience for the millennials. Quirky comments on wall, array of board plus wall games and thumping music is enough to to instigate the fun mood.
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.