There’s a new outlet for devotees of finger-food, aimed to become the latest talk of the town with its special feature in The Telegraph! Calcutta Fries, a takeaway joint by the pioneers of traditional Bengali food in Calcutta, 6 Ballygunge Place, is taking the market by storm with re-imagined classic street food.
Serving quality tit-bits for the city’s refined palate, the eatery has managed to combine flavours of tradition with superior hygiene and made it available at pocket-friendly prices. Set in the quaint visual-scapes of old Calcutta charm, the QSR outlet has been designed by popular scenographer Swarup Dutta and stands out as a treat for the eyes. Drop by 12 noon to 9 pm, any day of the week, to satiate your craving for authentic Calcutta street food with a 6BP twist! Dishes like Chhana Motorshutir Chop, Mangsher Chushi Kathi, Kanchalonka-Dhonepata Murgir Roll, Murshidabadi Fish Finger and Chingri Machher Singara adorn the menu here.