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One Bottle Down, Camac Street Area, Kolkata, is a restro bar with an Indian Dhaba look. It has charpoys and a typewriter to generate bills and at the same place, it has a modern fully functional bar. Some of the must-try dishes are ‘Panini Corn Pollo’ - Charr grilled chicken glazed in teriyaki sauce with grilled onion lettuce and processed and ‘Roast Chilly Chicken’. Nibbles that accompany the spirits are classic ‘Fish Fingers’ and ‘Harissa Chicken’- chicken breast marinated in a spicy pesto sauce and smoke grilled served with hummus and salad.
Drinking out in Kolkata is a fabulous affair amalgamated by class, thrill and fun. This old city soaked in heritage houses some of the coolest bars in the country. If you are looking to let your hair down and relax over a few drinks then you can have your pick from Kolkata’s extensive bar selection, handpicking what fits you best. Those in dire need of some family time can head over to the city’s latest craze ‘One Bottle Down’. A desi modern restro bar, where you each have your own thing. While your family can enjoy a fun comforting meal, you can let your hair down with couple of breezy cocktails. One Bottle Down is your answer to next weekend haunt. It’s located on the 5th Floor, Block A, 22, Camac Street Area, Kolkata.
This restro bar is the perfect combination of gastronomy and nightlife. Dive into the mood right away by shooting down a couple of shots, to be followed by an array of scotches and beers. Once you achieve that buzz, get something to nibble on to soak up all that booze. An extensive variety of multi-cuisine dishes is at your disposal. Menu is appetizer heavy, plenty of tit-bits to choose from. Start with, hariyali paneer tikka, grilled prawns pesto, bruschetta crepes, murgh reshmi, squid ring & Thai pepper, grilled chicken sausage, crispy chilli babycorn and chicken sliders. Take a bite out of the mains next. Pair that merlot with a drool-worthy selection of, Mexican fajita sizzler, baked fish spinach mushroom, Jamaican jerk chicken, prawns provincial, Mexican wave pizza, murgh makhanwala, panini caprese, veg cannelloni and pomfret mornay.
You will walk away pretty full but there is always room for one for drink. Menu is a delightful surprise. The gourmet in you will be very happy indeed. If you put too much emphasis on the décor, One Bottle Down won’t have a whole lot to offer. Interiors are rather straightforward with sturdy wooden high tables matched with long dining ones. There is even ones flanked by charpois, if you would like a desi flavour to your evening. A sleek wallpaper of shelved bottles runs across the room. There is plenty of space to sit around. When the lights are dimmed and a haze of technicolored lights washes the scene, the mood is instantly switched up. Live music keeps their dance floor throbbing. Book a table via EazyDiner when in doubt. It would definitely be cheaper.