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The rather pleasing Bengali restaurant in the city is here to stay not only because it is economical but it also has some great food on offer. It is more on the lines of a bistro and the food arrives real quick, no matter how busy and bustling the atmosphere is. Special mention for the staff who is always very curious to set things right for you. The menu is a good mix of appetizers and mains and then you have those street style snacking options as well. The 'Chicken Kathi Kebab Rolls' are really nice and filled with succulent Chicken, very close to what you get in Kolkata. The major talking point, however, is the seafood and fresh catch of the day that is either Roasted or Pan fried. Try the ‘Kolkata style Rawas’ that is marinated in mustard and cooked in Mustard oil with some other spices, it is very balanced and has a real mellow mouthfeel. The other good things on the menu include the Fish curries and the ‘China Town style Chicken Curry’ too. They are all really well paired with the 'Kolkata style Biryani', go for the 'Mutton Biryani' is what I suggest, the right amount of spice and some delicious jeera raita alongside. The desserts surely have enough choice and you can either get the classics or few of the others which are not Bengali. It is ideal you reach here either before lunch time or a little post lunch time, because the restaurant is always full and you will surely need to reserve your table in advance.
It's a neat little place next to Forum Value Mall. The address posted in Tripadvisor is outdated. The first thing I noticed was that the entrance was overtly crowded with delivery boys from Swiggy, Zomato, Foodpanda, and the likes. I was told that if you type "Bengali Food" on Swiggy, Sorse comes on top. So this one seems to be a big hit with delivered food. The seating arrangement is neat. Tables for 4 next to each other. And looked quite clean. We arrived there at 1.30 pm on a Sunday afternoon, and by 2 pm the place filled up. We ordered a Sukto which was delicious. But. But I could see that they added a lot of cream, ghee, or milk, I could not quite put my fingers on it. That kind of negates the whole purpose of Sukto. But anyway, it was delish, and I did not complain. The serving was also very generous. My mother ordered a Bhapa Ilish, and I thought it was totally not worth the 575 INR I paid for. There were two small pieces of ilish floating in a plate full of mustard gravy. The Chicken Dakbangla is also a good choice. There's no parking in the building, but you can park in the lane right next to it. A decent meal for two costs around 800 INR. Considering the dearth of authentic Bengali restaurants in Bangalore in general, and Whitefield in particular, I am extremely grateful that I can hop in to this anytime I want.
Located just before the Forum Whitefield, this place offers a complete Bengali cuisine. Being from Bengal have missed the delicacy around in Bangalore. Landed here craving for some bong food. #####Recommended##### RoyalPlatter-Raja Rani Thali MuttonKoshaFishFry #FOOD 1. RoyalPlatter-Raja Rani Thali This is a huge Thali covering the variety, definitely 3 people are needed to finish this off. It had 3 pieces of #luchi with a portion of #steamedRice. Prawns, fish, mutton, chicken, egg, vegetables, dal and lot more. #ChingriMalaiCurry The creamy texture just does justice to the prawns, it is super delicious. #MuttonKosha This has been my all time favorite, Very authentic to the ones found in Kolkata. The quality of meat user was so far the best. Very soft and tender. 2. Fish Fry A flatter version of fish finder, very crisp layer and extremely juicy inside. Served with Kasundi. Kasundi seemed a little strong. To end the meal the Thali comes with Rosogulla. Thanks for such a lovely platter and the concept. Scope For Improvement : The mango chutney was extremely sweet, a little sourness of the mango would be a wow factor. #SERVICE Though had to call out the staff a couple of times, that is acceptable. They served the dishes onto the plate and were good to describe the food and understand our needs.
Went for sunday lunch , most of the items on the menu card is not available !! They have set menu ( may be for the thaali).. ordered chicken, mutton , pomfret, pabda and crab ...their fish preparations are very poor not good taste at all !! However mutton duckbanglow and crab was good in taste .
Went for lunch . Ordered rajarani thali . It can be shared by 2 . Pure bengali food. Taste was good. But not worth the money .
We have been there for a family lunch on sunday. The ambiance is good, however we ordered for vegetarian food and the food was of average quality with pungent smell of the oil used for cooking. The food pricing is reasonable.