Must Visit Food Joints in Kolkata

Must Visit Food Joints At Kolkata

Food Joints At Kolkata

  1. Kabiraji Cutlet from Regent (S N Banerjee Road)
  2. Moghlai Parota from Anadi Cabin (S N Banerjee Road)
  3. Kosha Mangsho from Golbari (Shyambazar)
  4. Phulkopir Singara from Mrityunjoy (Lansdowne)
  5. O Egg Chicken Roll from Kusum (Park Street)(Campari @ Gariahat & Nizam is a close contender!)
  6. Chicken Rezala from Shabbir (off C R Avenue)
  7. Steak at Oly pub (with beer!!)
  8. Ujjala’s Chanachur ( no comparison anywhere)
  9. Telebhaja from Putiram (College Street)
  10. Daab Chigri from Kewpies (Elgin Road)
  11. Chicken Cutlet from Baked & Fried/Mukherjee Sweets (Ballygunge Place)
  12. Bijoli Grill’s Fish Roll
  13. Mochar Chop Dhoka from Apanjan (Sadananda Road)
  14. Boudir’s Lebu Cha (Deshapriya Park)
  15. Kochuri & Tarkari from Tasty Corner (Mandeville Gardens)
  16. Phuchka/Churmur/ Dahi Phuchka from Bilas or Boudi (Southern Avenue)
  17. Chicken Cutlet near Samur (Bhowanipur)
  18. Mishti Doi & Rosogolla from Mithai (Beckbagan)
  19. Sandesh (all types) from Balaram (Bhowanipur) (Naram pak & Ice cream sandesh)
  20. Pantua from Bancharam
  21. Indrani from Ganguram/ Rabri from Chittaranhan/ Darbesh from Sen Mahasay /
  22. Amritti from Bhim Nag/Ganguram, Maniktala (Jalebis are no match)
  23. Aamer morobba – the best outside Gariahat market
  24. Kuler achar – the best outside Gariahat market
  25. Shukno mashla makha tetul – Available with the churanwalas outside all schools, much to the delight of the students and dismay of the parents !!
  26. Dulaler tal mishri
  27. Dulaler hojmi – mind boggling and healthy too
  28. Bikrampurer kashundi – Mustard just pales next to this
  29. Rabri: sharma’s and tiwari brothers. Equally good, equally sinful
  30. Rolls: Apart from hot kati, campari etc, the slim, succulent ones from Badshah on Lindsay Street
  31. Bundia: Not the soft Bengali variety called bonde. But the dry-on-the-outside, juicy-when-you-bite variety from Kaligodam in the heart of Burrabazar.
  32. Chops: Various kinds (fish, chicken, mocha etc) from Kalika on Surya Sen St. A stone’s throw from Putiram
  33. Prawn cocktail and angels on horseback from Mocambo
  34. Chandankheer: A variant of the chhanar payesh, from Jayashree, next to Bhim Nag in Bowbazar
  35. Cutlet/Fry: Chittoda on Dacres Lane. Even Writers’ gets the stuff from here
  36. Lyangcha: From Shri Hari in Bhowanipore. Also their gutke kochuri which sells out by 7 am
  37. Aflatoon: The submerged-in-ghee sweet from Bombay Sweets on Bentinck Street
  38. . Doi: Jadab Chandra Das. white, himshitol. Closely followed by Amrito, Shyambajar
  39. Dimer devil: From Dilkhusa at the College St corner. But I hear they’ve downed shutters
  40. Dhoper Chop: From Milandar Canteen, Jadavpur University arts faculty
  41. Meatloaf, salami, roast: Kalman on Free School Street
  42. Nalen gur from Nadia
  43. Shor puriya from Krishnonagore
  44. Mutton Biryani from Alia (Bentick Street) or Arsalan
  45. Goat brain roll (pantha’r ghiloo roll) from Haji Saheb, Behala
  46. Brain masala at Amber
  47. Fish pakora- Bengal restaurant behala
  48. Baby corn manchurian- BBQ park street!
  49. Phuchka, in front of Vardaan Market
  50. Roast Chilli Pork, Chung Wah, Central Avenue (near the telegraph office)
  51. Chimney Soup, Eau Chew, Ganesh Chandra Avenue (Vijay Mallya loves the stuff here and orders it when in cal)
  52. Tea, Balwant Singh’s Hotel, next to the Harish Mukherjee Road Gurdwara, especially at 1 am at night in winter!
  53. Kesariya Firni, Aminia, Next to the municipal headquarters, esplanade (You can see the real zafraan strands in the cream). Also their Biryani, Kolkata’s lightest
  54. Mutton Chaanp, The Royal Indian Hotel, opposite Nakhoda Masjid, deep inside Chitpur, Kolkata’s Muslim heartland
  55. Chelo kebab from peter cat (park street)
  56. Sharbat from paramount (college street)
  57. Yummy rolls from hot kati rolls (park street)
  58. Khiri roll @ Nizam (New Market)
  59. Mutton pasanda kebab from the southern aminia golpark, opposite Mouchak.
  60. Komolabhog from a very tiny shop called madhureno beside jogesh changra college on anwar shah road

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