Check out what restaurants and cafes in Kolkata are cooking for this Father's Day
Kolkata/IBNS: From sandwiches to parathas, from north Indian dishes to south Indian spreads, breakfast, lunch or dinner - restaurants and cafes in Kolkata are pulling all stops to help you celebrate this Father's Day.
When: 19th June, 8 a.m. onwards
Meal for two: Rs 1800 plus tax
On the Menu: This resto-bar on Park Street has live DJs on the weekends. Enjoy your Father’s Day here with hip and happening tracks. The specials which are geared towards summer grills and cocktails also include Madrasi Mutton Boti, Jhinga Kohinoor, Kolhapuri Pomfrettikka, Paneer Pasanda, Gilafi Seekh, Murgh Chapli Kebab and Majlisi Kebab.
Meal for two: Rs 1400 plus tax
On the Menu: The place is known for its range of traditional cuisine from Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Goa. But what is more interesting is that they also offer you a chance to experiment. While Egg Appams are a staple in Sri Lanka, here you will get Chilli Cheese Appam or Ham Cheese Appams; also do not miss their Chicken, Paneer, Aloo and Onion Bajjis or pakoras and the Kerala Style Chicken Drumsticks marinated in hand ground spices overnight, and fried fresh on order. They also serve a wide variety of burgers.
Meal for two: Rs 800 (approx.)
On the Menu: Go beyond the regular idli, dosa, vada and uthappam this Father’s Day. The thaalis have popular dishes such as Malabar Chicken, Andhra Fish Curry, Chicken Chettinad, Ambat Dal, Mutton Pepper Fry, Tomato Pappu, Butter Milk, among others.
Meal for two: Rs 1100 (approx.)
On the Menu: There’s nothing better to end your Father’s Day with an exquisite dinner at an 85 years old heritage hotel. Broadway serves an array of dishes and musical nights over there will surely make your Father’s Day a memorable one. Broadway’s signature dishes include Prawn Crackers, Fish Finger, Katla Peti Fry, Chicken a la Kiev.
Meal for two: Rs 600 (approx.)
Meal for two: Rs 800 (without alcohol)
On the Menu: Their ongoing Mango Fiesta coincides with the Father’s Day celebration. Parsi Patrani, Gujrati Fafda, Ambi Paneer Tikka, Prawns, Mexican-influenced Pizza & Quesadillas, Papadam stuffed with mango salsa, Pizza Mexican topped with dried mango feta and fresh red chilli and coriander spring, Raw mango and green chilli stuffed paneer tikka, Cooch Bihari Colonial Fish Grill, Ottoman North African Cumin Feta Chicken, Persian Phirni are some of the highlights.
Meal for two: Rs 1500
On the Menu: 95 Degree has a soothing ambience, a magical aroma of coffee beans which are 100 per cent Arabica and specially roasted for the café itself. Their tea selection includes handpicked teas from Darjeeling; the best among them will of course be the moonlight silver needle which is specially plucked during a full-moon night. The Fish meunière, Lasagne, tetrazzini, steak, stone grilled chicken, grilled cottage cheese are not to be missed.
Meal for two: Rs 800
On the Menu: Gift your father a great meal with some retro music this father’s day. If your father loves R.D. Burman then he will love this place. Pancham er Adday is a quirky café dedicated to RD Burman and his wonderful music. The café not only has live music sessions but also offers indoors and outdoor dining facilities. It has an extensive menu of snacks and drinks and a number of instagrammable spots. Their specialties include a number of sandwiches including (BLT, grilled pork and ham and chicken), pastas (spaghetti aglio e olio) pizzas (oven baked, both veg and non-veg) and baked dishes such as lasagne and oven-baked chicken mac and cheese.
Meals for two: Rs 600.