This Bengali New Year, Savour The Authentic Bengali Food In Mumbai

On the eve of Bengali new year, we tell you where to relish in authentic Bengali food in Mumbai. Read on.

Whenever I think of Bengali food, I seem to get a complex flavour of mustard with savoury and tangy taste in my mouth. The rich Bengali food has lured many foodies since ages. On the eve of Bengali new year, we tell you where to relish in authentic Bengali food in Mumbai. Read on.

Calcutta Club, Jogeshwari

Ideal for authentic Bengali food take aways, this restaurant in western suburbs serves delicious vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes in an absolute Bong environment. Make sure that when you visit the place you don’t miss out on the dishes like Mutton biryani with potato and Rezela,Mangsho with Luchi and Malai Prawns. For the dessert, have the patented Mishti Doi.

Bangali Mashi’s Kitchen, Seawoods, Navi Mumbai

You don’t really have to wait for a weekend or holiday to savour the authentic Bengali food as this place offers you, dabba services on a daily basis, all over Mumbai. Dig into their lip smakcing sih roll, fish cutlet, Ilish Mach, Bengali biryani and Mughlai parathas. The desserts menu has a number of irresistible dishes to offer, like- Mishti Doi, Payesh, Pantua, Patishapa etc.

Amantran, Kandivali

Bengalis head to this place for simple, home cooked Bengali food and sweets. This small, in-budget restaurant also has an open air seating arrangement and also serves other north Indian cuisines. Don’t miss their Alu posto, Begun Bhaja, Mughlai paratha and our very own Phuchkas.

New Bengal Restaurant, Marine Lines

I visited this place with a couple of friends. If you are a die hard fan of Bong food, go for their thali- veg or non veg. While the vegetarian thali serves you dishes like Alu posto, begun bhaja, cholar dal, luchis and rice, in a non vegetarian thali, you get to savour their famous Kosha Chicken, Jhorer Mutton with rice and luchis.

Bhojohori Manna, Andheri

If you are a hard core fan of prawns, then this is the place for you. Go for their Malai Jhingri, with rice or Kosha Mangsho with parathas.

Hope you enjoyed your food. Let us know about your experience in the comments below.

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