Italian cuisines are very popular in India due to the recent trend of globalization, thanks to few international brands. But the authenticity of the rustic flavors one can expect in the streets of Naples or Florence is not that common in the generic pizza joints of the city. In Kolkata, there are only couple of pizzerias who retains the core value of Italian cuisine and Fabbrica is one such option.
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.
Hammer is an air-conditioned the rooftop has turned into a green glasshouse with mosaic flooring, glass panels, bamboo furniture and plants all around gives it a garden feeling. The rooftop got 270° open view with translucent carbon fiber ceiling makes it bath under natural light.
Breaking away from cliche uber cool and ultra modern watering hole, Barf Soda Paani is a casual neighborhood bar in mid of the corporate hub at Park Street. They have come up with the unique digital detox concept – BSP aur Baatein.
SAZ, recently opened its door in Kolkata has introduced the American brasserie culture in the metro. Enjoy their long vast bar preparing some unique cocktails and couple them with quintessential American culinary.
Uno Chicago Bar & Grill brings to the City of Joy a touch of Chicago with their legendary deep dish pizza. Was a great experience to be invited by Gourmet Passport to learn the art of making Deep Dish Pizza by Executive Chef Shireesh Singh and having hands-on to bake our own pizza. Aside this, the perfect opportunity to relish some culinary masterpieces of Uno’s.
Fabcafe strives to offers wholesome and nutritious food, inspired from traditional Indian cuisine. Instead of refined sugar, oil and wheat they cook with ghee, healthy alternative grains, unrefined jaggery and seasonal high fiber fruit and vegetables. All ingredients are organically, naturally and seasonally.
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.