Fantastic four Kolkata eateries drenched with heritage and history

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.

European themed vegetarian restaurant believes in minimalism

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.

Chinatown in New Town

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!

Hidden gem excavated from the alleys of Lake Town

We, like minded foodies are are always in hunt for the hidden gems at every corner of the city and recently we found out Dragon Shack. Few bloggers from PanchPhoron we invited to sample few delicacies from their new launches. Tucked at the quaint corner of Jessore Road this outlet produces Tangra-style Chinese dishes at par with Chinatown. A small sitting capacity majorly a delivery outlet but have variance in their menus. With the price tag in menu found this a great value for money.

Progressing from Chinese to Indian cuisine

Red Bamboo Shoot is being one of the pioneers in city when it comes to Chinese cuisine. This time they went a step ahead to incorporate Indian and Mughlai cuisine in their menu. However, it still has its rough edges that needs to be polished. Though they have so many options in Indian menu but the issue is all their dishes tasted the same.