Momo I Am – Story of a Hidden Gem!

Frankly speaking, few years back I was first introduced to Momo I Am through their unique wall art and graffiti like many other ‘bhaat machh-er jhol’ eating Bengali. That was pretty new in Kolkata then! I was introduced to their food maybe a year later after that artsy discovery! And yes, I was blown away!…

Soul Cafe – A perfect adda-joint near Quest Mall!

The city is changing rapidly and so is its habits and lifestyle mantra. These days people demand more from an eatery, in fact they demand more from everything in their lives. Places with multiple facilities are coming more into focus and getting people more interested. People these days love hanging out in malls and cafes…

Ramzan Special (Part-1) – Iftar offerings around Nakhoda Masjid (Kolkata)

This is my first article of the ‘Ramzan Special’ series and I hope I will keep on gathering more experience which I will keep on sharing with you all in the coming days (or maybe years) and hence this particular series will keep on continuing. So, let's get started. I am not sure about everyone,…

‘Burnt Garlic’ and the tale of its fantastic menu makeover!

When I was walking out of Burnt Garlic, I was pretty confused! I had heard so many negative reviews about this place and even found people writing negative comments on my facebook check-in to this place! On the other hand, when I was leaving this restaurant I told my friends that people will be coming…

Santa’s Fantasea – New outlet opened at Saltlake sector-5!

Since last couple of years Bengali mango-people have accepted octopus and squid apart from mango, eilish and rosogolla in their normal diet! 🙂 Also they have learnt how to indulge in a calm adventurous gastronomical journey with some lip smacking Tribal cuisine sitting right in the din and bustle of the city. And all credit…

‘Genuine Broaster Chicken’ now in the techie alleys of Kolkata!

With the advent of branded fried chicken in Kolkata the quintessential ‘mangsher chop’ has somewhat taken a backseat which are often prepared with chicken pieces at the roadside snacks stalls. In fact there are so many stalls still preparing them, but people these days generally tend to go for fried chicken brands rather than those…

Recipe: How to cook amazing ‘Gol Morich Murgi’!

Sundays are typically synonymous with ‘lyad’ and ‘mangsho-r jhol bhaat’ for all Bengalis! And I am no exception; I love every bit of this. Today is one Sunday when I am writing this, and I have had enough lyad throughout the day and I have had some amazing murgi-r jhol and bhaat in the afternoon! All…