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Bengali Cuisine – Ballygunge, Kolkata

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Bengali Cuisine - Ballygunge, Kolkata

Sorshe Iilish

Bhojohori Manna, Fish Fish and Tero Parbon are quite well known restaurants for fish items and fresh, simple and tasty Bengali cuisine. They are low-medium range restaurants—i.e. light on the damage but filling on the impact!

Bengali Cuisine - Ballygunge, Kolkata

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Bhojohori Manna ( Bengali Cuisine – Ballygunge, Kolkata )

The Bhojohori Manna is a dinky little eatery that dishes out authentic Bengali cuisine. Their food is very tasty, refreshing and unusually delicious… They seem to redefine the legacy of Bengali cuisine on your plate! They are a very reasonable restaurant; therefore, decor is not something that can be commented upon at length. The burst of flavours right from the moment you begin eating is phenomenal… It’ll make you fall in love! The thalis are great value for money and tempting! Try!

Bengali Cuisine - Ballygunge, Kolkata

Chingri-r Malaikari

Fish Fish ( Bengali Cuisine – Ballygunge, Kolkata )

A Bengali meal seems quite incomplete without an item of fish by the plate! In Fish Fish, which is otherwise quite a plain restaurant, the seafood is supreme. ‘Fish’ in English obviously means seafood, rather refers to a seafood restaurant in this case… But when fish is repeated like this, ‘Fish Fish’ it means whispering, in Bengali! Since the restaurant is quite plain, perhaps the whisper is the essence of their delicious food that remains long after you’ve left and then stores itself as a wonderful memory, waiting to be reinforced soon! Fish Fish offers no meat items but a wide variety of seafood is on the menu. Their culinary sea-world comprises of dishes from across the world… It is surprising but true… Try!

Bengali Cuisine - Ballygunge, Kolkata

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Tero Parbon ( Bengali Cuisine – Ballygunge, Kolkata )

The restaurant in Hindustan Park, called Tero Parbon or 13 Seasons is a sophisticated version of a coffee house! They serve North Indian and Bengali food. The pocket pinch is not much but the belly-package is good! The seafood here, an integral part of the Bengali cuisine, is nice and uncompromising. You’ll quite enjoy your bites! Do, try!

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