We understand your pain of going and eating out. So we are giving you an opportunity to save time and order in from some of the fave city restaurants.
Not In The Mood To Go Out? Get Food Delivered From These Popular City Restaurants
Locals love Arsalan for Kolkata biryani which comes with a big piece of potato and heaps of rice and meat. The multiple outlets of Arsalan make it convenient to get your hands on this sinful dish from any corner of the city. Order the ‘special’ biryani for double the amount of meat. The mutton chaap and phirni are highly underrated dishes.
6 Ballygunge Place
We all must be having home cooked Bengali food but what's a little bit of frolicking without indulging in salivating Bengali food from the best in town? You can’t leave Kolkata without 6 Ballygunge Place's finger-licking classic delicacies, from paturi (fish steamed in coconut leaves), jhoori aloo bhaaja (the Bengali version of potato fries), to kosha mangsho (traditionally prepared mutton curry) and aamer (mango) chutney.
Probably China Town's most favourite restaurant, hidden in the lanes of Tangra, Golden Joy serves Kolkata’s take on Indian-Chinese food. We love the Thai Soup, Steam Prawns and Hakka Chilli Tofu for a kick of spice and authentic Asian flavours.
How can we miss out the legendary Park Street stalwart? Almost every dish at Mocambo is a story in itself. A must-try is their chef's special fish florentine bekti steak baked with cheese sauce and chopped spinach. For hors d'oeuvres, try the Cecil's Jazzed, which is a meat ball, and Almost Famous (die hard prawn lovers will have their jaws drop to the ground because it is half a kilo of fried prawns served with aioli). There's more for you to explore such as crab meat cocktail, spicy tuna fish dip and Italian style garlic herb prawns.
The go-to place for Tamilian food, Anand gives you the communal eating experience. The masala dosas are undoubtedly one of the best in the city and go perfectly with the filter coffee. If you're thinking breakfast, what better than choosing from the Rava Idly, Sada Vada, Stuffed Idly and the different types of Uttapam?
Well, well, well. Did someone say rolls? Because we have an answer: Nizam's! The inventor of Kathi rolls, Nizam's mutton rolls are paradise for meat lovers! Maybe a bit of carbs for the health conscious ones wouldn't hurt much! You can also go for the chicken egg roll, chicken or mutton seekh kebab with paratha, and chicken or mutton biryani.
Whether you’re in the mood for some Mutton Roganjosh or Konjee Crispy Chicken, Bar-B-Q has a delectable menu to offer you dishes from both North Indian as well as Indo-Chinese cuisines that taste far better than you can imagine. No more waiting in queues for a table for two!