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This restaurant will surely gratify a native Bengali’s craving for home cooked Bengali delicacies. It is a a small little outlet located on the first floor of Koramangala 1017 and has basic chairs and tables neatly laid out. A refreshing Bengali beverage to try here is the aam pora shorbot where the roasted baby mango pulp is muggled with plain water, sugar and cumin. The jhinga aloo poshto is another classic made with a handful of half-ground poppy seeds and sliced ridge gourds. Ilish lovers do not need a reason to try the shorshe Ilish which has sweet tasting fresh fish in a peppery mustard gravy.
It is mainly known for Bengali cuisine. The title is Bengali and it means rich and spicy. However, this restaurant serves all types of food. We were on a tour and after returning home, we felt hungry. We ordered Home delivery of Rice, Sona Muger Dal (Mug Dal), Moshla Murgi (Chicken Masala) and Mangsher Jhol (Mutton Curry). Sona Muger Dal was slight sweet as usual, with peas, Moshla Murgi with thick spicy gravy and Mangsher Jhol with light curry. Cooking was very good, dishes were tasty and not so much rich or hot. We enjoyed the meal. Thanks Koshe Kosha.
If you wish to relish authentic bengali cuisine here in Bangalore, then this is the place for you. Starting from Bengali Biryani to varieties of fish preparation you get it all here. The price is value for money.
We had a quick meal of luchi and mangsho at this restaurant. Loved it and the Aam Pora shorbot. Thus when we had to celebrate a family get together, decided to ask if the do home catering. They consented with some minimum gaurantee. Well the menu was chingri Bora, Pora mangsho, bhetki batter fry, Naga pork and begun Bhajan for starters. For the mains it was simple luchi with mangsho and white rice with panda jhaal. Wow it was a gastronomical journey which my guests loved. Good job guys.
I tried Kosha Mangsho (muttton gravy). I fell in love with the dish. Pomfret Bhapa (fish curry) is tasty. Aam Pora Sarbot was perfect drink. It's bit sour yet wonderful. I will try more dishes soon. Ambience is good and you can find lot of Bengali books to read before you get food. Slightly expensive side still a must try in Bangalore if you love Bengali food.
Good food with reasonable prices. Caters to mainly bengali tastes. They could improve the recipe of non-veg items. But traditional veg bengali items were superb. Excellent desserts. Nalen gur icecream- aha!!