With the weather slowly cooling down, unexpected restaurants and cafes are springing up in the City of Joy. After a long time, the city is seeing a boom in dining, and here is a list of ten places in Kolkata that have recently opened and are gaining a lot of attention. If you live in Kolkata and are a big foodie, you must try all or at least some of these restaurants.
From the house of Mocambo and Peter Cat welcomes Peter Hu?, one of this year’s most anticipated premieres on Kolkata’s food scene. The name itself is a question, an interesting conversation that Nitin Kothari, the owner, comfortably admits. Asian food has always been a city favorite, and Peter Hu’s menu? It’s a mix of classic and exotic. Keeping that in mind, the menu has some interesting things to do, including a robata (Grilled) section, a bag segment, a variety of side dishes, as well as a dedicated sushi segment on the menu that’s definitely worth checking out.
Cloud social network
Located near Gariahat, Cloud Social is a large rooftop restaurant/lounge that offers an incredible 360 degree view of Kolkata and is the perfect place to capture a sunbathing scene. Covering over 17000 square meters, the vegetarian menu mainly offers Indian, Chinese and Italian dishes, and offers an interesting range of drinks. With lots of outdoor space for people to relax, co-owner Saras Agarwal said, “we wanted to give the city a space where they can come and not feel constrained. I think we’ve done that. achieve that goal with Cloud Social”.
Miam Cafe and Bistro
In Sector V you will find a 1800 square meter cafe spread over two floors in PS Srijan Company Park. Miam Cafe and Bistro offers a wide range of dishes – from sliders to pizza and Indian options. “We thought we could give office-goers a place to come have a cup of coffee and eat something good with it, so we decided to open this cafe,” said the owner. Owner Raj Tripathy said.
The heritage home of Narendra Deb now houses a beautiful cafe, Bunaphile, whose name is a combination of two words – ‘Buna’, an Ethiopian term for latte art, and ‘Phile’, a suffix describe an obsession or addiction. As the name suggests, owner Sonika Dey offers customers a selection of attractively designed continental coffees and fare. The British Fish Paturi and the Tiramisu coffee are definitely menu highlights.
Although La Artisan’s location is a bit far from the city center, the Sartorini themed cafe; like a breath of fresh air amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. With a decidedly continental twist, the menu features truly delicious Eggs Benedict, and Tres Lords will keep you coming back for more.
Uns was inspired by the title of the song “Tu hi tu” (Dil Se), and it aims to capture the hearts of patrons by making them feel at home. The vibe of the place is truly eclectic, which also shows in the menu, which includes drinks like popcorn cappuccino as well as Basanti Polao and Kosha Mangsho, which are not the usual fare for a cafe. get high. “The idea was to create comfort and warmth,” said owner Bodhisatwa Datta. “I wanted a place where people could be themselves, and so this place was created.”
With beautiful white lights and decor inspired by the beautiful cafes of Paris, L’Instant Cafe offers a fun, vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere for everyone to enjoy their food. . Co-owner Cedric Josse, a French, said, “I really feel that the city likes continental food, so we decided to make a menu that mainly focuses on that.” Some restaurant favorites include Porcini Mushroom Roast Chicken, Goat Cheese, Bacon and Honey Pizza and Smoked Salmon Pizza.
Boma Asian Bakery
“Super Kawaii!” is the first word that comes to mind when you first encounter Boma Asian Bakery, an oriental cafe with pastel tones. The menu includes a range of Chinese cakes, Korean corn dogs and Japanese cheesecakes, thanks to the owner’s culinary inspiration. Sachiko Seth, co-owner, said: “We love Korean and Japanese food, and when choosing to create a space where we could keep the Japanese cheesecake and Tibetan masala on the bottom. under one roof, we took the opportunity.”
A lovely sky bar, LMNO_Q spans over 8000 square feet and can accommodate around 150 people at a time, which makes it a pretty incredible addition to the Park Street area’s food scene. Featuring a menu that can be called a global fusion, created by Masterchef Shaikh Arif Ahmed and consultant Chef Amit Puri, the menu features Asian-inspired ‘Hong Kong Fried Shrimp’, as well as Thai food. There are Tex-Mex hats with ‘Chic Chic Chipotle’, while not forgetting the Indian influence with dishes like ‘Rajasthani Murgh Parche’ and ‘Charminar Shikampuri Kebab’.
Uno Dos Tres
Nestled near Forum Shopping Mall, Uno Dos Tres is a quiet little cafe; Their menu may surprise you with its eclectic nature. The owner, a marinade, decided to open a space that offers dishes that he has tasted and created during his travels, so the Filipino chicken smells like smoke and soy sauce, the crab cakes taste good. Really fresh and light cream, and the broccoli is cooked with a torch, giving off a nice smoky smell.
https://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/10-new-places-that-have-recently-opened-in-kolkata-2657016 10 recently opened places in Kolkata