While cruising through the city of Kolkata, you will run over several restaurants and cafes that wrapped the city. Choose from a plenty of options such as Chinese,Continental, Indian and Mughlai and even European delicacies (English breakfast)—the cuisine of Kolkata will leave you craving for more. The food scene in Kolkata, rooted in Bengali cuisine, is also influenced by flavours from around India and the world. With various customary diners, the city is always ready to fulfill your taste.
Vegetarian Food :-
Vegetarian restaurants in Kolkata include names like Banana Leaf, Govinda’s, Haveli and Balwant Singh’s Eating House. While its street staples such as kathi rolls, jhal muri and pani puri have long been on every food lover’s radar. The city also has several restaurants that offer authentic home-style flavours. A meal at these Kolkata eateries is not just a feast for the palate, but all the five senses. Calcutta, Bhojohori Manna, Suruchi and Kewpie’s Kitchen.
Non Vegetarian Food :-
A food lovers’ paradise, Kolkata and Kolkatans know how to appreciate and acknowledge other cultures as well as their cuisine. Right from chicken tandoori, Amritsari kebab to murgh tikka and pindi chana at Amber, these north Indian restaurants dish out amazing food. Whether it is kakori kebab at Dum Pukht or RDBD chicken bharta at Rang De Basanti Dhaba, you will definitely be asking for more. And if you do not want to burn a hole in your pocket, there’s Honey da Dhaba and Mehak-e-Punjab.
Traditional Food :-
From traditional English tearoom to pre-independence era’s coffee shop, the cafes in Kolkata will leave you coming back for more. Sweet and Kolkata are synonymous—it is as old as the city’s culture. Just as the locals love their share of sweets, travellers would too enjoy the same, especially at sweet shops. Whether it is the traditional sandesh at Balaram Mullick and Radharaman Mullick or ladikeni at Bhim Chandra Nag, sweets of Kolkata will keep you craving for more.
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