As the weather slowly cools, restaurants and cafes are suddenly springing up in the City of Joy. After a long time, the city is seeing an upsurge in dining out, and here is a list of ten places in Kolkata that have recently opened and are getting a lot of attention. If you live in Kolkata and are a foodie, you must try all or at least some of these restaurants.
From the house of Mocambo and Peter Cat salute Peter Hu ?, one of this year’s most anticipated launches on the Kolkata food scene. The name is a question in itself, a fun topic of conversation that owner Nitin Kothari freely admits. Asian cuisine has always been a favorite in the city, and Peter Hu’s menu? is a combination of the classic and the exotic. With that in mind, the menu has several interesting items including a robata (Grill) section, a bao segment, a wide range of dim sum, as well as a dedicated sushi segment on the menu which is definitely worth checking out. explored.
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Located close to Gariahat, Cloud Social is a huge rooftop restaurant / lounge that offers incredible 360 degree views of Kolkata city and is perfect for a sunset scene. With an area of over 17,000 square feet, the vegetarian menu offers mainly Indian, Chinese and Italian dishes, as well as a range of interesting drinks. With plenty of outdoor space for people to relax, co-owner Saras Agarwal said, “We aimed to give the city a space where they can come and not feel locked in. I think we’ve achieved that. goal with Cloud Social. “
Miam Café and Bistro
In Sector V you will find an 1800 square foot café, spread over two floors in the PS Srijan Corporate Park. The Miam Cafe and Bistro offers a wide range of dishes, from sliders and pizzas to Indian dishes. “We thought we could provide the office workers with a place to have a cup of coffee and eat something good with it, so we decided to open this cafe,” said owner Raj Tripathy.
Narendra Deb’s heritage home is now home to a magnificent cafe, Bunaphile, the name taken from two words – “Buna,” a term denoting the art of coffee-making in Ethiopia, and “Phile,” a suffix that describes the obsession or addiction. True to her name, owner Sonika Dey offers a selection of coffees and continental dishes designed to appeal. The British Fish Paturi and Cafe Tiramisu definitely stand out on the menu.
Although La Artisan’s location is slightly removed from the center of town, the Sartorini themed cafe; is like a breeze of fresh air in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. With a decidedly continental cuisine, the menu offers, among other things, very good Eggs Benedict, and the Tres Leches will keep you coming back for more.
Uns takes its name from the song “Tu hi tu” (Dil Se), and aims to touch the hearts of its customers by making them feel at home. The vibe of this place is truly eclectic which is reflected in the menu as well, with drinks like the popcorn cappuccino as well as Basanti Polao and Kosha Mangsho, things that are not the usual fare for a cafe. “The idea is to induce comfort and warmth,” said Bodhisatwa Datta, owner, “I wanted to have a place where you can be yourself, and therefore this place was created.”
With beautiful white lights and decor inspired by the beautiful cafes of Paris, L’Instant Cafe provides a fun, vibrant and relaxed space for people to enjoy their food. Co-owner Cédric Josse, a French himself, said: “I really felt that continental cuisine is appreciated by the city, so we decided to make a menu that would focus mainly on that. Some of the house favorites include the grilled chicken stuffed with pork mushrooms, the goat cheese, bacon and honey pizza, and the smoked salmon pizza.
Boma Asian Bakery
“Super kawaii!” is the first word that comes to mind when you first meet Boma Asian Bakery, an oriental cafe in pastel colors. The menu offers, among others, a range of Chinese rolls, Korean corn dogs and Japanese cheesecakes, due to the culinary inspirations of the owners. “We love Korean and Japanese cuisine, and when the option came to create a space where we can keep Japanese cheesecakes and Tibetan momos under one roof, we jumped at the chance,” Sachiko said. Seth, co-owner.
A pretty sky bar, the LMNO_Q spans 8,000 square feet and can seat around 150 people at a time, making it a pretty incredible addition to the dining landscape of the Park Street area. With a menu that can be described as global fusion, created by Masterchef Shaikh Arif Ahmed and consultant chef Amit Puri, the menu offers Asian-inspired “Hong Kong Wok Fried Prawn”, as well as a Tex- Mex with ‘Chic Chic Chipotle’, not to mention Indian influence with dishes like ‘Rajasthani Murgh Parche’ and ‘Charminar Shikampuri Kebab’.
Uno Dos Tres
Tucked away near the Forum Mall, Uno Dos Tres is a quiet little cafe; whose menu might surprise you with its eclectic character. The owner, a sailor, decided to run a space that would offer dishes that he had tasted and created on his travels, so the Filipino chicken smells of smoke and soy sauce, the crab cakes taste really fresh and slightly creamy, and the mornay broccoli is au gratin with a blowtorch, which gives it a nice smoky charcoal.