Bengali cuisine has got everyone asking for more, as can be seen from the huge crowds that throng the food stalls during Durga Puja and other Bengali celebrations. For the people of Bengal, food is not just about nourishment, but also a part of their culture, traditions and religious & spiritual beliefs. For Bengali food lovers in the National Capital Region (NCR), the one place where they can get their fix is Hi Kolkata, located in Dwarka. The specialty Bengali restaurant promises to exceed the expectations of even the most fastidious food connoisseurs by offering an unparalleled range of Bengali delicacies, each carrying their own authentic taste and flavors. Apart from serving tasty food, maintaining high quality standards and using only the freshest of ingredients are among the other key focus areas of the restaurant.
Food & Drinks – The magic of Bengali cuisine is inherent in its delicious fish and rice preparations and its irresistible, yummy sweets. Hi Kolkata religiously follows this unique formula and seeks to delight its patrons with over 20 different types of fish preparations and more than 110 varieties of authentic Bengali dishes. The extensive menu features a wide range of starters, main course items, Kolkata style biryanis, and desserts. The restaurant also offers a niche selection of dishes from coastal cuisine, continental & oriental cuisine and North Indian cuisine. Some of the must try Bengali starters would include fish cutlet, fish roll, jumbo fish finger, prawn cutlet, and baked crab. In the main course, one can go for RuiMaacherKalia, Pabda Tel BorirJhol, IlishMaacherPaturi, Lau Chingri, Kasha Kakra, ChingriMalaikary, etc. Chicken and mutton based starters and main course items are also plentiful, as is the variety of vegetarian Bengali dishes. In desserts, there’s Jumbo Rosogolla, Sandesh, and Payesh. The restaurant also offers a range of mocktails.
Ambience – The interiors look plush and sophisticated with their American style diner booths, dark wood furniture and ambient lighting. The wall etchings reflect the history & culture of Bengal, which acts as an interesting contrast to the modernistic seating paraphernalia. The various paintings on the walls and other soothing designelements on shelves and partitions, provide for a relaxed dining experience.
Service–Service is prompt and well-managed. The restaurant staff will guide you through the extensive menu and help you choose the best dishes based on your personal preferences.
- Monday to Sunday: 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM and6:30 PM to 11 PM
- Near Medical Council of India, Block P, Raj Nagar II Extension, Raj Nagar, Dwarka, Delhi NCR 110077