In a NUtshell Loved eating out here, warm & efficient service, good decor, very good traditional Indian food with a twist, with two dishes as exception. Address & other details: riyasat Meal for 2: ₹2000 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian & non vegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for the full Bill & … Continue reading Riyasat (south city mall, kolkata)
In a nutshell: A visually beautiful restaurant in JW Marriott hotel that has outstanding warm yet professional service, nice ambience and some good Asian food Address & other details: vintage Asia Meal for 2: ₹3000 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian & Nonvegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for the full Bill & tips … Continue reading Vintage Asia (JW Marriott, near science city, kolkata)
In a NUtshell: A simple eatery in kolkata that serves some delicious beef dishes for breakfast and other meals Address & other details: Beeru’s Meal for 2: ₹100 Cuisine type : vegetarian (negligible) and predominantly non vegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for the full Bill & tips also. http://www.yummraj.com does not have even one featured / sponsored reviews. … Continue reading Beeru’s restaurant (near crossing of ripon st and Eliot road, kolkata)
YUMMRAJ shifts the crown of ‘Best Biryani in Kolkata’ from Arsalan after eating for the second time at Aafreen. Arsalan is now ‘Best Mutton Biryani in Kolkata’. This shift is purely on the basis of taste – not anything else.
Crispy Layered laccha parathas, super tasty subtle rezala , fiery looking bhuna that is very tasty & yet not half as fiery as it looks, a grainy & robust tasting Chhap, a subtle burhani to cool all this & the showstopper – As I write, I am salivating just at the thought of the biryani, even a week after munching it……… soft, melt in the mouth rice, not dry but not very greasy as well & unbelievably tender & tasty meat.
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In case u have been to the link above, u wud have figured out that Chef Joy, the owner, Chief Chef & conceptualizer of the restaurant calls it – contemporary Bengali cuisine & I have called it continental cuisine inspired by Bengal. Read more about this debate & about Chef Joy’s interaction with us in the detailed description.
If we keep aside the birth credentials of this food, it is good food & appeals to the taste buds & worth a second, third & so on….visit.
The Chilli pickle & cheese baked crab with Kolmi greens was mind-blowing – one of the best oriental flavors of crab I have ever had, mutton & cherry tomato skewers was a superb concept – slightly suboptimal in execution, stir fried prawns with muddled grapes was awesome, Pork Vindaloo & Royal Bengal mutton with bhuna sauce & mashed potatoes was good. The desserts were out of the world – Gondhoraj soufflé, Spiced mango soufflé & Mustard & tender coconut mousse.
……….. a must try
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