The Bong-Boho Melbondhon @Bohemian, Ballygunge:

Bohemian is undoubtedly the pioneer of fusion Bengali food in the city, and is a personal favourite of mine for more than half a decade now. Playing with simple staples of the Bengali kitchen, and mixing and moulding them to create something jaw-droppingly beautiful, is what Chef Joymalya Banerjee has been doing with unmatched elan…

A Meal to Remember at the Great Bohemian Brainstorming Munch

Bohemian, by Chef Joy Banerjee, from its very inception, has given the city an exquisite selection of fusion Bengali cuisine. Recently I went there to try out their set meal, which they interestingly called the Great Bohemian Brainstorming Munch. With an Appetizer, Beverage, Palate Cleanser, Main Course and Desserts priced at just Rs. 449/- plus…

Spice it up @ Spice Kraft

The new player in town, Spice Kraft has garnered quite a loyal customer base in a very short span. After seeing a number of check-ins in Facebook, I knew I had to try it out. We ordered a Kokumrita: a play on the classic margarita, the Three Steps to Heaven: their version of the long…

Kasturi, New Market

I can never have enough of Kasturi. Simple yet delicious bengali good, cooked the Dhakai way, is what it serves. It may not be one of the posh places with a designer menu, but here the food speaks for itself and the ambiance too is very comforting, in a way. Generally they don’t hand you…