This pure Bengali restaurant is located at 6, Ballygunge place , Ballygunge where one would find pure Bangaliana in terms of food, ambience and decoration.
Ambience – Serene ambience with a Bengali ‘ Bonedi Bari ‘ touch, sophisticated and classy . Wall pictures, lanterns, Hathpakha , designer plates , soothing music etc were totally enchanting. This place is quite spacious too.
Where: 6 BP (Ballygunge and Salt Lake)
When: February 14, 12.30pm-3.30pm, 7pm-10.30pm
Highlights: A Bengali meal that includes Chicken Kabiraji, Radhavallavi, Aloor Dum, Aloo Jhinge Posto, Garlic Bhapa Bhetki, Chingri Malai Curry and Kosha Mangsho.
Review – All the items were authentic, well cooked as it should be and tasty.
Foodie’s top picks –
1)Chicken Kobiraji – Kabiraji cutlet is made of fish, meat or chicken, crumb coated and then deep fried and covered with a lacy net coating of egg batter. It was crispy outside, juicy inside and yummy.
2) Aloo Dum- It was thick, rich, flavourful and lipsmacking.
3)Garlic Bhapa Bhetki- It had an awesome flavour and it melted in the mouth within no time.
4)Chingri Malaikaari – Chingri malai curry also known as Prawn malai curry, is a Bengali curry made from prawns and coconut milk and flavoured with spices. It was very palatable.
5- Kosha Mangsho – Mutton curry is an Indian curry dish that is prepared from mutton and vegetables and originated in Bengal. It was rich, flavourful and lipsmacking.
Love pinch for two: Rs 1,500 (plus taxes). aaà
So don’t waste time and come here with your friends and family any day to relish the authentic Bengali dishes.
Thanks to the management for their warm reception & hospitality.
Invitation Courtesy – Rajdeep Bhattacharjee (Gourmets Travel Guide)
Proud member of Team #PanchPhoron.