Basically, an amalgam of Mughlai and Awadhi style of cooking, Bengal’s biryani is much simpler to cook, but tastes superb with the addition of super soft potatoes and boiled eggs. So, the next time you’re in Kolkata, besides tasting the Bengali food, make a point to savor Biryani. When in Kolkata, you’ll spot biryani stalls at every corner of the street, but if you wanna savor the best, try these restaurant- @celesta_kolkata
In the frame: Stuffed garlic bread.
Recently I was told about a contest held by @iihmhotelschools where you have to post a picture basically food photographs where there has to be a pinch of green colour.
Gelatos are much much smoother and low fat ice creams, which is basically from Italian origin. @letschillindia located just opp Quest Mall which is a small ice cream parlour serving the best quality gelatos at such a cheap price. All the gelatos are made from pure honey rather than using sugar and there is so added colour or preservatives.
Price: ₹50 per scoop