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.
The City of Joy looks more cooler in scorching summer with the arrival of modern Asian bistro Pa Pa Ya, who opens their first outlet at Kolkata after Delhi and Mumbai. Sunday brunch showcases super innovative presentations and buffet served right at your table. This is where culinary skill meets the science of gastronomy.
First thing I asked to the restaurant manager is what Mamagoto means. What I understood this means “to play with food”. True to its name, Mamagoto is a fusion Pan Asian cafe with a relaxed and casual atmosphere where affordable Asian cuisine & drinks combine with quirky decor. Uniqueness for Mamagoto is not only lies in its name or menu but also the decor looks edgy and vibrant with its retro black and white tiles and the quirky Asian graphics and motifs make the space. Behind those walls inside their secret kitchen they deconstruct and reconstruct various Asian street food. There is so much freshness in their presentation and the ingredients in the platter. Its a bowlful of goodness.
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.
Baan Thai means “Thai Home” known to be serving top notch Thai dishes at the city under supervision of legendary in-house chef Klae Somsuay.
XII Zodiac had a great run with orthodox Indian food but their stars are not favorable for fusion cooking.