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With multiple outlets in the city, Bijoli Grill is as neat and simple like any other regional restaurant, but the heady aroma of fish and mustard oil is inviting enough. The menu is a mix of Bengali, Anglo and Bangla-style Chinese which makes it worth multiple visits. This is the place to hit up for fine coastal food, all year round. Mainly because they know how to buy fish and more than that, they know how to cook it! From starters to mains, we suggest you to stick to the sea food, starting with ‘The Fish Fry’ and ‘Fish Rolls’. Even the vegetarian selection is delightful – try the ‘Beguni and Phoolkopir Cutlet’. For a true blue Bengali experience, try the ‘Titor Dal’, which is moong dal made with bitter gourd, 'Aloo Posto' and 'Sukto'.
New Delhi is such a melting pot of cultures. Every kind of background falls as a weave creating this dynamic fabric, which brings to foodies like us a fantastic gastronomy. Once you dive into the food culture of New Delhi, you will not want for any place else. The city is simply superb in terms of food. Any cravings you might be having, Delhi will take care of them perfectly. If you are in mood for something regional then you should definitely try, ‘Bijoli Grill’. The restaurant is a great option for a cozy family dinner or even indulge in good food with a fellow food-fanatic. Bijoli Grill deserves to be bookmarked for a low day when comforting food makes all the difference. It’s situated on Hailey Road, Banga Bhawan, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi.
Bijoli Grill is more Bengali than North Indian. It’s menu may cover North Indian and Chinese but it’s their Bengali section that walks away with accolades. The variety is impressive. Menu may seem small but it is brimming with an exhaustive range of delicacies. Tipplers won’t find alcohol on the menu. Settle for a masala coke or fruit beer for instead. Seafood preparations on the menu are abundant. Indulge freely. In first course include, pomfret tandoori, matar chanar chop, prawn kabiraji, fish orley, foolkopir cutlet, mutton cutlet, topshey fry, peyagi, fish fry, prawn butterfly and pomfret masala fry. Explore further with mains like, chitol macher peti, aloo posto, chingri bhapa, chicken biryani, mutton korma, prawn sweet & sour, mustard bhendi, ilish bhapa, pabda red jhal, bhetki paturi, gandharaj lebu diye bhetki and mochar ghonto.
Best way to tackle the mains is through some traditional flatbreads. Go for, luchi, dhakai naan, bangle paratha and radhaballavi with aloo dam. Finish the meal with typical Indian desserts such as, payesh, misti doi, rajbhog, chanar jilibi, malpoya, lord chamcham, sandesh, kamala bhog, khir kadam, rosogolla and natun gurer rosogolla. Opt for their thalis to try little bit of everything. Don’t judge against the humble interiors of Bijoli Grill. What they lack in style, they more than make up for it through their food. Décor is old-fashioned and modest but neat. A very affordable bill will somehow balance out the need for elegant interiors. For a more pocket-friendly time, book a table via EazyDiner and get amazing Bijoli deals.