“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.”
The number of eating joints in Gurgaon shows the people’s love for food. There are few cuisines which are so rich in flavour, you cannot control yourself to try those. Bengali food is one of them. Bengali cuisine is much more than Maachh (fish) and Bhaat (rice). From snacks to sweets, Bengali food has to offer a lot to all food enthusiasts. Seafood in Bengali cuisine gives an exceptional experience to your taste buds. Luckily, there are few amazing Bengali restaurants in Gurgaon which offer full flavoured Bengali food.
This restaurant with Bengali cuisine is located in DLF Cyber Hub. The place has great ambiance and is beautifully decorated with a hospitable staff. The calm and charming Rabindra Sangeet instrumental music brings charm to the atmosphere. Mutton Kosha with Luchhi, The Kosha Mangsho (Mutton with Traditional Spices), Daab Chingri (Prawns in Tender Coconut Cream), and Maacher Paaturi (Fish) are must try. The restaurant offers buffet and a-la-carte menu as well.
9, Ground Floor, Cyber Hub, Opposite Gateway Towers, DLF Cyber City, Gurgaon
Average Cost: ₹1,500 for two people (approx.)
Around 40 years ago, Bijoli Grill started as caterers in Delhi. They are into this business for many years but haven’t lost the touch with changing times. Their menu with wide spread of authentic Bengali food promises a quality service.
Dhonepaatar Bhetki (Coriander pan fried fish), Veg chop, Aaloo Posto (Khus khus with aloo), Radhaballavi (stuffed Puri), Bhetki Paturi (banana leaf mustard steamed fish) , Kosha Mangsho (Spicy semi gravy mutton), Prawn Malai Curry aka Daab Chingri or Chingri Malai Curry, Chicken Bungalow Curry and Malpua have great reviews.
Shop 156/143, Good Earth City Center Mall, Sector 50, Gurgaon
Average cost: ₹1,000 for two people (approx.)
Ki Hangla is a restaurant with a limited seating arrangement. But their menu is vast enough to make it up for this. Their chicken and mutton biryani taste take you back to ‘Calcutta’. The Dimer Devils with the Kasundi are famous to die for. If you are looking for a typical Bengali taste, this place won’t disappoint at all. There are many options for vegetarian and non-vegetarian food on the menu, which is a big plus.
A-201 & B-101, Supermart 1, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon
Average Cost: ₹800 for two people
The interiors of this place are completely based on Bengali theme. The Courteous staff, beautiful and eye catchy paintings attract the crowd. They have a great variety of dishes to choose from-Bengali street food to a perfect Sunday brunch. Even for desserts, they offer a good spread platter. The preparations have a homely touch which makes it even more special.
Unit 7, The Paradise, Ground Floor, Uppal Southend, Block C, Sector 49, Near Sector 50, Gurgaon
Average Cost: ₹1,000 for two people (approx.)
Tucked in Sushant Lok, Vyapar Kendra, this is a small but an authentic Bengali food joint. Tribong is a great value for the pocket as well as the soul. The home delivery from this place is quite famous. Enjoy the blast of Bengali flavors at a very reasonable cost.
GF-148, Sushant Vyapar Kendra, C Block, Sushant Lok 1, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon
Average Cost: ₹600 for two people (approx.)
After trying these joints, you will agree “Bengalis do not eat to live, but live to eat.” Try these Bengali restaurants in Gurgaon and then thank us later.