Been Partying All Night? Here’s Where To Get Early Morning Breakfasts

Raisa posted on 26 September

Ten-Second Takeaway

Dalpuris, dumplings or waffles: here’s where to get breakfast as early as 4 am after you’ve spent the night partying.

Balwant Singh Dhaba

The all-veg dhaba in Bhowanipore is open as early as 4 am {it only closes for an hour in the day between 3 and 4 am!). After hours of walking from pandal to pandal, there is little better than garam spicy stuffed aloo paranthas and Balwant Singh’s classic kesar chai or lassi. As if that wasn’t enough reason to go, you can pig out there freely because their food starts at just INR 30. They even provide service in the car so you can enjoy your breakfast in air-conditioned comfort.

Dhabhas

10/B, Harish Mukherjee Road, Near Bhowanipore Gurudwara, Bhowanipore, Kolkata

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Chinese Breakfast At Tiretti Bazaar

Momo lovers, this is your early-morning paradise. With breakfast service starting from 6 am, the hawkers of Kolkata’s ‘China Town’ bring out their steamers of baos, dumplings, spring rolls and other authentic Chinese breakfast items. You can even get your hands on a bowl of steaming soup or dessert items.

You can walk down and pick up some pork roast which make a mean breakfast when paired with bakarkhanis. You can get a hearty breakfast at well under INR 100. Not to mention, China Town is full of hipster photo opportunities!

Street Stores

Terreti Bazaar Area, Terreti, Kolkata

    JW Kitchen

    The all-day dining of JW Kitchen serves up an extensive breakfast buffet as early as 6:30 am. From a dedicated live counter for waffles where you can customise your waffle and load up on toppings to rows of options for Indian breakfasts, you won’t walk away dissatisfied. Don’t miss out on the imported cold cuts and cheeses that have a counter to themselves. What’s more? The natural sunlight flooding in to the room will make for a perfect end to the night.

    Fine Dining

    JW Marriott Hotel, 4-A, J.B.S Haldane Avenue, Science City Area, Kolkata

    Arun Tea Stall

    Chai and samosas? On the crossing of Theatre Road and Hungerford Street, the stall that opens at 7 am is always crowded. Stand around and gorge on their aloo-filled samosas and garam chai. End the meal with a dripping-in-syrup oozy gulab jamun. Service is super prompt so don’t worry if you’re hungry, you wont have to wait long.

     

    Fast Food Restaurants

    25/1, Shakespeare Sarani, Theatre Road, Mullick Bazar, Elgin, Kolkata

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    Sufia

    Sufia on Zakaria Street is known for its authentic Mughlai cuisine…and they have beef! Open at 4 am, this hidden gem amidst busy lanes can be found just opposite Nakhoda Masjid. Beef stew, nahari {although mostly available in the winter months}, and dalpuris {which are only INR 4 a piece} are sinful indulgent breakfast items. Only available in the mornings are dal fry, a veggie special.

    Fast Food Restaurants

    2, Nakhoda Masjid, Zakaria Street, Bara Bazar, Kolkata

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    Tewari Sweets

    Open at 6:30 am, Tewari’s jalebis {which are for just INR 12 a piece} are the perfect way to cap off a long night of pandal hopping. Dripping in sugary sweetness, one jalebi is big enough to satisfy your sweet tooth. You can also grab dhoklas and singaras if you want a quick bite. Give their freshly made yoghurt a try – it’ll be the healthiest thing you eat all Pujo.

    Sweet Shops

    3-A, Jagmohan Mullick Lane, Bara Bazar, Kolkata

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    Putiram Sweets

    For a traditional Bengali breakfast, there’s no better place than this iconic 150-year-old place. Their cholar dal with radhaballabi is delicious. It opens at 6am.

    Sweet Shops

    12-A, Surya Sen Street, College Street, Kolkata

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    Flurys

    Another Kolkata legend, this elegant tearoom has been serving up its English breakfasts and flavorful Darjeeling tea since 1927. Order some of their pastries like the almond tart and Baba cakes. It opens at 7.30am.

    Cafes

    18, Park Street, Kolkata

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    The Bikers Café

    This motorbike-themed restaurant has a varied breakfast menu from the English bacon and eggs to buttery paranthas and pancakes. A side of freshly-brewed coffee and you are done for the day. It opens at 7.30am.

    Cafes

    Platinum Mall,1st Floor, 31, Elgin Road, Elgin, Kolkata

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    Shree Hari Mistanna Bhandar

    People thrill here for the halua kochuri and jalebis. This place has been serving breakfasts since 1913.

    Dessert Parlours

    Ground Floor, Shop 35-A & 35-B, S.P. Mukherjee Road, Bhowanipore, Kolkata

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    Annaras

    This place opens at 6am and serves the most delicious onion kachoris, khaman dhokla, methi theplas, khandvi and cocktail samosas. All with a side of three chutneys – green coriander, tamarind, and garlic. Wash that down with a glass of their frothy, white lassi.

    Fast Food Restaurants

    28/2, Shakespeare Sarani, Elgin, Kolkata

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