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This restaurant is a landmark in Salt Lake. Everyone knows Charnock’s. The place is very well lit and the ambience is nothing but classy and sober. The menu consists of north Indian, continental and Bengali cuisine, however the Bengali cuisine is what stands out and is more popular. They also have a well stocked bar with a decent list of local as well as premium spirits which make the dining experience complete.
Went out for a family gettogether - food and service was nice, but the ambience and interior were the highlights for me. Gives you view of the city if you get window side table, staff are attentive and can't complain about the food either. Chicken tikka as starter was lavish!
not good food at all.we all fell ill next day morning aftr having dinner at this place.not recommended to go there.total waste of money and ur health.
I regret going to charnock for my dinner.food quality was not up to mark and we all fell ill next day morning after consuming food last night.
Tried chicken satay, golden fried prawns at Charnock's stall in Chingri Ilish theme food festival today. Sayays were awesome. Also liked the fact that they were heating the portion in a microwaveable dish before handing it in paper plates to the customers 😊
Bang opposite the Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan (Salt Lake Stadium) as you enter the 9th floor you would get into an old Kolkata setting... and if you are from the city, you would relish the charm as your mind wanders back in time. If you have time at hand spend a few hours on a weekend afternoon with chilled beer along with their signature Murg Par Luft, Bekti, kababs, tandoori pomfret, prawns, etc. If you want to experience the culinary delight you can try dishes from their decently wide selection which offers mughlai, north Indian and Bengali dishes. I have been to this place quite a few times and have tried their pindi chana, rumali roti, paneer makhni, daal makhani, chicken dishes and I find them delicious. And, if you want Bengali cuisine, try their daab chingri (shrimps presented in a green coconut), potoler dolma (shrimps inside pulbul, a green vegetable), hilsa and mutton. The waiters are friendly and they will guide you based on your need. Overall, one can expect a good experience.