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These 3 Eateries made Kolkata proud by making it to CN Traveller’s top 50 restaurant in India list


In a country where new eateries open almost every day, how do you tell the good from the great? The first ever Condé Nast Traveller and Himalayan Sparkling Top Restaurant Awards is the culinary compass—taking people from palate to places and tastes never experienced before. A city filled with history and romance, Kolkata has long been viewed as the home of some of the best food in India. CN Traveller revealed its list of Top 50 restaurants in India and three Kolkata joints made it to the list.

1. Baan Thai, The Oberoi Grand

Baan Thai
Baan Thai

Coming in at Number 27, the first of the Kolkata restaurants to make the list is Baan Thai. Step out of busy Chowringhee and into the timeless charm of the Grand, where you should try the delicious satays and curries at Baan Thai. Thailand has never been this easy to get to. The luxury restaurant gives you the ultimate fine dining experience. Lovers of Asian food {especially Thai food}, if you’re in the mood to splurge or if you’re celebrating an occasion, here’s the perfect place.

Also Read: (5 best pocket-friendly restaurants in Kolkata)

2. Mocambo


Number 37 on the Top 50 list goes to Mocambo. The menu hasn’t changed, they say, since 1953, and that’s part of the charm of this beautiful restaurant, where second- and third-generation waitstaff in turbans and tails dodder around taking orders. This epicentre of the infamous Calcutta Continental food is renowned for its oversauced prawn cocktail and devilled crabs, Chateaubriand steaks, rich buttery chicken tetrazzini and splendid Baked Alaska.

3. Bohemian


Bohemian clinches the 41st spot on the list. Led by Joy Banerjee, the relatively new restaurant {compared to some of the others on the list} is known for pushing the boundaries of Bengali food. The owner has taken Bengali flavours to a whole new level with his lentil risotto with hilsa croutons, wax gourd and garlic mousse with papri chips and malpua cheesecake for dessert. With interesting twists, it’ll test your palette and offer flavours you wouldn’t dare dream go together!

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