Kolkatta is the third largest city of India. It is located at the eastern banks of river Hooghly... Its the best destination for street food lovers. Kolkatta offers a variety of cuisine for every taste and mood It's common saying in Kolkatta that in Kolkata you can eat three meals in a hundred bucks so, it tastes a hundred times better. Every food is accompanied by hot tea commonly known as Cha in Kolkatta.
5 SIGNATURE DISHES IN CALCUTTA#LUCHI
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Luchi is a flatbread made up of wheat flour. Small bites are made of wheat balls and then flattened with the help of rolling pin. Then it is deep fried in oil. It is a typical Bengali dish, eaten with cholar dal. #PHUCHKA
It is another mouth-watering dish in Kolkatta. It is flat round hollow puri, filled with mashed potatoes and lots of spices dipped in tamarind water. It is a very famous Kolkatta street food and it simply excites the taste buds.
Kolkatta loves chops and cutlets. Its one of the famous street food in Kolkatta. It's basically a tea time snacks made from minced meat, fishes. Vegetables and then deep fried in oil.
The Kathi rolls of Kokatta are one more heavenly
addition in the menu of street food lovers. It is paratha or wraps filled with the choice of stuffing. It comes in different variants single egg-double chicken, double egg-chicken, and mutton rolls.
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Its the most favorite Bengali dish. Kolkatta offers the incredible style of fish cuisine. The most authentic Bengali cuisine is the lobster cooked in spices with coconut milk and malai.
Special sweet dishes in Kolkata#Mishti Doi
This is the most popular Bengali dish in Kolkatta. This yummy cuisine is the specialty of West Bengal. It is not found in the menu of other states in India. It is fermented yogurt with sugar and milk. Lots of dry fruits are also added. #Rasgulla
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It is the must eat in Kolkatta. It is made from cottage cheese along with semolina. These are balls dipped in sugar syrup. #SANDESH
It is the mouth-watering sweet dish of Kolkatta. This exotic Bengali sweet dish that is made from milk and sugar. It is made from cottage cheese or chhena by tossing it on low heat along with sugar.
It must say that happiness is having Kolkata Briyani... The king of the dish, apart from the perfectly cooked rice seasoned with rosewater and strands of saffron, is the humble spud. The love for aloo in the hearts of Bengalis has been well documented and with reason. Aloo is a staple in the Bengali household and the humble vegetable has quite the history which the indignant non-local should keep in mind when he digs up the aloo out of his biryani and stares at it incredulously. Kolkata and food are connected to each other because once the visitors are in Kolkata the street food excites your taste buds and just have mouth-watering experience with phucka, jhal murhi and authentic Bengali sweets with become your favorite. Read more:-Food items that you must try in Sri Lanka