Pre-dinner roadside snacks kick off every Bengali dinner party. Ours are served with "Byapok" homemade chutneys.
Crisp semolina balls filled with spiced potato, dipped in tangy tamarind & mint water. Eaten in one!£4.50
Sliced aubergine, fried in chickpea flour batter.£4.50
Whitebait spiced with chaat masala, cumin and chilli, and shallow fried in mustard oil.£5.50
Delicious, succulent chicken drumstick kebabs served with coriander and mint chutney.£7.00
No starters, just piping hot bowls of amazing food and lots of it. Pick and mix half portions, or choose large dishes to share.
A Bengali heartthrob – some say it’s the best version of biriyani. Served with potato and boiled egg. You might bump into some whole spices.Popular£12.00
The best crab kari ever.£11.50
Bengali style, deep, rich, hearty lamb curry. Calcutta’s answer to a Sunday roast.Popular£9.50
Seabass steamed in a banana leaf, loads of mustard and coconut.£9.00
A combination of 5 exotic vegetables from eastern India cooked in a creamy cashew nut and melon seed paste. Contains bitter gourd and drumsticks.Popular£7.70
Paneer cooked in a poppy seed and cashew paste.Popular£7.70
Tiger prawns cooked in a creamy coconut sauce.£11.20
Steamed rice with clarified butter.£3.00
Currently sold out£2.00
Calcutta’s version of shoestring fries.£3.00
Currently sold out£7.00
Tangy red lentils with green mango, so healthy and so delicious!Popular£5.90
Classic Bengali fritters, perfect on its own, or with some Daal.£5.90
Calcuttans love nothing more than picking up dinner party desserts from Nort Calcutta's famous Chittaranjan Avenue. It means less work in the kitchen and more time socialising with guests.
Bengali rice flour pancakes, coconut, jaggery£5.00
Sweetened, creamy yoghurt, fresh mangoes.£5.00