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Started by the celebrity food show hostess, Sudipa Chatterjee, this restaurant got all the buzz and hype that one can expect from such an establishment. The restaurant has a fantastic location advantage, but it is quite small and the seating area is cramped up, making it a not so pleasurable dining experience. On weekends, they have a buffet spread which is absolutely basic and minimal. I would rather go for the À la carte menu where there are some usual as well as some unique dishes. The food is typically from epar bangle, i.e. West Bengal and as suspected, the sweetness quotient in every dish is exceedingly high. Try the Diamond Fish Fry, Moong Dal with Macher Matha, Maidan Mutton Stew, Ilish Bhapa etc and you will be not be disappointed.
The place is nicely decorated and good if you are looking for bengali cuisine, but the prices are too expensive. How a bottle of water normally costing 25 Rs. come to 50 Rs.? - Meals should be explained better with a short description for non-bengali speaking people or a photo, this will help customers to make their choice - Hand-washing place should also be separated from the toilets...
Sweet is the buzzword here! Sweet touch in menu, in ambiance, in the voice of the waiters! Cool decor, cozy sitting yet something is missing! We started with aam pana (sweet mango drink) followed by Mahathali. Steam rice with sweet Kashmiri aloor dum which was quite bland, so was the darkly kasha mangsho Even tak dal wasn’t that sour! The saving grace was crispy chingri anaroser chop and sorshe postor chingri ! Madhuballavi and patal bhaja was okay! Chutney was great, papad not so at the end! If you like sweet touch in Bengali dishes, please be there of an otherwise comfy restaurant! Also get clarified at the beginning whether credit card machine is working or not!
This nice little quaint place near the Triangular Park in Kolkata seems to go under appreciated . Landed up with a party of family and friends of 14 odd people having already planned ahead to celebrate the 75th birthday of my mom ! Pre-ordered menu , with very Bengali sequence , bhaja right down to misti-doi, served with grace and finesse , prepared with lot of passion by the young chef, pulling it off finally with a celebratory cake ...... each step orchestrated to perfection by the manager in charge...ARIJIT... an afternoon that the oldies and the youngsters in the group, seem to still rant about . Must say , absolutely no penny ( both in quality/quantity) pinching by the staff ... very generous with servings brought the much needed smile to the faces of the experience bongo foodies . We are happy we made the choice for Sudipar Rannaghor over other middle to high end names , as we certainly felt we were in for a gracious treat throughout the time spent in surroundings which were extremely welcoming and comfortable with the right amount of privacy. Recommended highly for small groups with some pre- planning !
I was taken to this establishment by a friend who lives down the road, and really liked the authentic traditional home-style Bengali food I got here, right in the neighborhood. We tried the Mahanayak Thali which included Rice, Begun Bhaja, Macher Matha Diye Daal, Bhetki Macher Kanta Chorchori, Golda Malaikari, Kosha mangsho, Chutney and MIshti (Nolen Gur'er Ice cream). We also had the Thakur bari'r palong kopi and Posto bata. The place was not crowded as we went for a late lunch and the service was attentive.
Got in for a late lunch. Ambience is good but lacks wash room facilities - only one for the entire restaurant. Supposed to be linked with a well known TV cookery show personality. Number of customers were very few. Only 3 tables were occupied. Ambience is acceptable and the menu card has a refreshing look but could not figure out "Male Hen" in Morog Polao. Appears that locals do not recommend this place. Had one plate Fish Fry which was quite filling as I was alone.
To be in Kolkata and be unaware of it's excellent regional gastronomy is a sacrilege of the first order. The authentic Bengali food is the backbone of this glorious old city and everywhere you turn, there is something worth exploring here. Let your taste buds sing in delight as you pamper them to the peppery tangy goodness of Bengali food. However, the question remains where to go for a delicious homely Bengali meal in a vast city like Kolkata. For us the question is not a difficult one. We prefer the authentic culinary excellence of `Sudipar Rannaghor', a quaint low-key eatery opened by celebrity food show hostess Sudipa Chatterjee. It's located on Purna Das Road, Near Triangular Park, Hindustan Park, Gariahat, Kolkata. If you are not big on ambience then this place is ideal for you.
The restaurant is gem of a place for an affordable authentic Bengali food in the city and is a well-kept secret by the local foodies. On weekends, they put out generous buffet spreads, which is absolutely must haves for greedy eaters but we prefer more control over our meal, hence a la carte. Food is authentically Bengali, complete with an abundance of fresh seafood on the menu. You will find usual Bengali suspects on the menu as well as some unique dishes. Start with nibbles like, gondhoraj bhekti, dahi kabab, chingri cake, pomfret fry, mutton kobiraji, royal Bengal fish fry, chicken hara bhara kebab, moccar chop and begun bhaja. Main course entails classics like, mochar ghonto, moori ghonto, prawn masala circuit house, kosha mangsho, desi murgir dom, chitol machher muithyia, dimer dalna and aam katuli.
Opt for a thali for a lavisher affair. With some Bengali staples mop up the curries such as, madhuballavi, morog polao, luchi, mochar polao or koraisutir kachori. Special chutneys served by the chef takes the meal to another level. No Bengali meal is complete without some traditional Bengali desserts. Indulge in your sweet tooth with, sondesh, payesh, rosogolla and malpoa. You can also choose an interesting flavour of ice cream such as, nolen gur, daab or gondhoraaj lemon. Sudipur Rannaghor must be one of the very few restaurants to have a `doggies delight' section in their menu for your beloved canine. This small casual restaurant is simply but attractively decorated with huge colorful paintings depicting Bengali household scenes. Proper dining tables allow you to eat comfortably. Book with EazyDiner to get great Sudipar Rannaghor deals.