Club Urban Tyro: A Rookie In Kolkata's Gastro Frame

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What Makes It Awesome?

"Tyro" means newbie and as the name suggests the Club Urban Tyro is a rookie in Kolkata's gastro frame. Located at the ground floor of the Old Sikkim House at Camac Street, it is all set to makes it presence felt with its swanky and luxe gastro-club.

The menu boasts a wide selection of delectable spread of Oriental and North Indian cuisine. In appetizers, get carried away with steamy, soft, moist and luscious dumplings like Truffle Cream Cheese, Chicken Black Pepper and Fiery Prawn Hargao while in Indian get pampered with all-time gourmet's delight tandoori items like Fish Anarkali Kebab or Haldi Mirch Ka Paneer Tikka.

In the main course witness, the culinary extravaganza of intensely flavoured Chongqing Claypot Chicken and Mapo Tofu paired with flavoursome and earthy Burnt Garlic Fried Rice. If you prefer some desi delights then dig into Rara Gosht and Dal Makhni with soft and flaky naan or kulchas. Wash it down with their collection of mocktails and shakes. I was thrilled with strawberry based Bloody Tyro, got charged up with Spicy Guava and at the end just let the things settle with minty and refreshing Banarasi Thandai Shake.

Wait, where are you going? It’s not over yet till you witness a couple of rarely available desserts in the city. I am talking about the Custard Bun, sweet fluffy bread wrapped filled with creamy milk and egg custard. With each bite, the warm custard oozes out, bliss! While we enjoyed the Chinese warm dumplings how about contrasting Japanese frozen dessert - Mochi, tiny cakes made out of glutinous rice stuffed with delightful ice cream flavours. The frozen dessert with a chewy texture of rice shell makes a unique combination.

Pro Tip: Must try Banarasi Thandai Shake, Truffle Cream Cheese Dumpling, Fish Anarkali Kebab, Chongqing Claypot Chicken, Burnt Garlic Fried Rice and Mochi

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae