Top 3 Bengali Cuisine Restaurants To Visit This Durga Puja In Kolkata

It is the time of Durga Puja, a much awaited time of the year for all Bengalis! These five days are starting from Soshti to Dashami, when every Bengali’s heart leaps with joy and welcomes  Maa Durga on earth, her humble abode.

1..Saptapadi Restaurant

Saptapadi Restaurant started in the year of 2011 10th day of June at 51 Bidhan Sarani. After completion of two years the restaurant is shifted to at G-40A, Baghajatin (Opp. Big Bazaar and Ganguly Bagan P.O.) on 17 January 2014 with the same quality of food and consistent Innovation.

Now Saptapadi have a brand new Restaurant located at 49B Purna Das Road, Hindustan Park, that serves Bengali Fusion food.

Saptapadi have certain Innovative dishes like Bhapa Murgir Paturi, Posto Piyaji, Chingri Sabar Upore, Murgi Sabar Upore, Grilled Ilish, Koe Macher Paturi, Kancha Lanka Murgi, Nolen Gurer Caramel Custard, Nolen Gurer Brownie and many others.

2..Bhojohori Manna

The name Bhojohori Manna was chosen from a popular Bengali film song rendered by the legendary singer Manna Dey. The humorous track "Ami Sri Sri Bhojohori Manna..." revolves around a widely travelled cook who returns to his native land with a signature culinary style , Bhojohori Manna's famous  dishes include Mutton Dakbangla, Daab Chingri, Mochar Chop Etc...

3..6 Ballygunge Place

6 Ballygunge Place has won numerous awards and recognitions from esteemed organizations like Lonely Planet, National Geographic, American Express, The Telegraph and many more. Among the glitterati who have patronized the place are luminaries like Bret Lee, Rishi Kapoor, Asha Bhonsle, Sourav Ganguly, Nasiruddin Shah, Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu, Twinkle Khanna, Shaan and many others. Their durga puja specials menu Bhetki Paturi, Desi Murgir Jhol, Aloo Jhinga Posto, Dab Chingri, Doi Ilish .

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