Roshogolla, Biryani, Kosha Mangsho & More: Restaurants That Serve The Best Bengali Grub In Pune

Sneha posted on 20 July

Ten-Second Takeaway

Bengalis of Pune, missing home, especially the mom-cooked hot yummy shukto with rice and ilish maacher mali curry? What if we tell you, this city too, has a hidden Bengali food culture? Go through the list and prepare to get amazed!

Question Mark - Taste Of Kolkata

If you’re searching for authentic Kolkata rolls, head to Question Mark – Taste Of Kolkata at Wakad right now. Try out the double egg chicken roll for INR 140, the paneer schezwan roll for INR 100 and Question Mark special, the hathi roll for INR 430. Order, the famous Kolkata street food, egg devil, which is made out of boiled eggs, mashed potatos and deep-fried bread crumbs.

Casual Dining

242, Datta Mandir Road, Near Hinjewadi Flyover, Wakad, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Pune

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The Bengal Kitchen

This small establishment at Pimple Saudagar serves Bengali cuisine at its best. We loved the maacher dimer bada for INR 90. It’s fish eggs mashed with onions and rich spices and then deep-fried. Bengalis who are away from home, you have to try their potoler dolma {INR 140}, the mocha chingri jugalbondi {INR 150} and our favourite, the ilisher matha pui shaag.

Casual Dining

Simran Corner, Shop 9, Near Govind Garden, Pimple Saudagar, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Pune

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Go here for a yummy Sunday afternoon lunch. Start with the postor bada {INR 100} and the bhetki batter fry {INR 180}. For main course, order the Kolkata mutton biryani for INR 280 with a side of kosha mangsho for INR 300 and lal murgir jhal for INR 280. If you want to eat something light, go for plain rice, musur dal {INR 130} and the mouthwatering Chingri Malai Curry for INR 300.

Casual Dining

Shop 23 & 24, Loksangam Vihar, New DP Road, Aundh, Pune

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Aloo posto, dhokar dalna, shukto, mutton dakbangla and more, Bengamese at Kharadi is a paradise of Bengali dishes cooked by Bengali chefs. Must try the fish chop {INR 60}, chicken korma {INR 130} and the doi mutton {INR 150}. Take the entire gang for a Bengali treat that won’t even hurt your pocket.

Casual Dining

Shubh Mio Palazzo, Shop 24, Near Eon IT Park, Kharadi, Pune

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Radhika - Bengali food & sweets

Known for those lipsmacking soft dollops of roshogollas, chenar payesh and pantuas, Radhika – Bengali food & sweets in Viman Nagar is your one-stop destination for everything Bengali, and everything delicious! Don’t leave the restuarant without trying the, mutton kosha, egg moghlai for INR 80, the crab cutlet for INR 100, the panchmeshali chorchori for INR 110 and the katla kalia for INR 140.

Casual Dining

Shop 4, Viman Palace, Beside Natraj Bhel, Viman Nagar, Pune

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