Let’s Poaka bring culinary revelation of Naga cuisine in Kolkata. Reveals mysticism evokes in pork preparation from North East.
Kolkata has a rich culture of food, many threads of which have always revolved around beef. Zam Zam is one of the best in business for its beef preparation.
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.
As the mercury rises in particular during summer, the Zakaria Street Kolkata comes alive, in particular, those observing fast in the holy month of Ramzan.
Kalimpong, one of the busiest tourist hubs in North Bengal. Kalimpong has come up with cute, cozy cafes and lovely food. As a tourist, experience English-styled homestays and enjoy lush green sights.
At the advent of spring, from the kingdom of happiness Chef Tsering brings his bag packed with authentic ingredients and spices from Bhutan to create the true taste of Bhutan at the Bhutanese Food Festival inside the kitchen of Vintage Asia.
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.
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.