10 Best Restaurants In Mumbai Offering Bengali Delights To Experience Kolkata’s Charm in Mumbai

by Curly Tales Desk
10 Best Restaurants In Mumbai Offering Bengali Delights To Experience Kolkata’s Charm in Mumbai

Mumbai, a city known for its bustling streets, diverse cultures, and insatiable appetite for culinary delights, has always embraced the rich tapestry of Indian cuisine. Among its vibrant gastronomic landscape, the flavours of Bengal shine brilliantly. As you step into these 10 Bengali restaurants in the city, you embark on a journey that transcends geographical boundaries, immersing yourself in the heartwarming traditions and aromatic wonders of Bengal’s culinary heritage. Whether you’re a connoisseur of Kolkata’s street food or a seeker of Bengali home-cooked authenticity, Mumbai’s Bengali restaurants promise a captivating experience.

Best Bengali Restaurants In Mumbai

1. The Calcutta Club

It is considered to be the oldest Bengali restaurant in Mumbai. It’s so old that it is still called the Calcutta Club and not the Kolkata Club. Bengalis have been known for believing in quality over quantity in whatever they do. Living up to the same standards, The Calcutta Club transports you back to Kolkata and reminds you of the time when you sat down with your humongous family and had the lunch of a lifetime.

Where: Jogeshwari, Mumbai
When: 11 am – 12:30 am
Cost: ₹700 (For two)

2. Hangla’s


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Three cheers to Bengali street food! Hangla’s is a testament to that in Mumbai. From your Momos to the effervescent Bengali rolls, Hangla’s will have you licking your fingers until you eliminate the need to wash them.

Where: Galleria Shopping Centre, Powai, Mumbai
When: 11 am – 11 pm
Cost: ₹500 (For two)

3. Oh! Calcutta


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One of the best Bengali restaurants in Mumbai, this one offers a fine dining experience with some incredible Bengali delicacies like the Dab Chingri, Smoked Hilsa, etc. Looking at the menu, you are bound to get confused about what you would want to eat. Fret not; just call one of the waiters and tell them what you are in the mood for, and they will do the rest.

Where: Tardeo, Mumbai
When: 11:30 am – 3:30 pm, 7 pm – 11:30 pm
Cost: ₹1,300 (For two)

4. Ranjana’s Rannaghor

Have you been searching high and low for Bengali food that reminds you of home? You don’t just have to wait around for Durga Pujo to come around for you to indulge in delicacies like Kosha Mangsho and Aloo Poshto. Especially not when you can rely on Ranjana’s Rannghor. The delivery-only outlet will turn up at your doorstep with steaming hot food that will bring a smile to your face.

Where: Sakinaka, Mumbai
Cost: ₹200 for one order

5. Jamai Shoshthi


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Order the Bengali food and stay for the seafood, because these guys do wonders with it. We are big fans of the Shorshey Rohu, which is basically Rohu cooked in a mustard gravy and tempered with chillies. Tangy and spicy, this dish is a crowd-pleaser and is love at first bite. And if that’s not enough, you just have to try out the Chingri Malai Curry. Fresh, succulent prawns cooked in coconut milk gravy are one of the tastiest dishes on the menu.

Where: Bandra East, Mumbai
Cost: ₹250 for one order

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6. Bijoli Grill


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Another favourite of ours when it comes to Bengali food in the city is Bijoli Grill. Their menu encompasses some of the best delicacies from the City of Joy. They fry the Beguni to perfection. For those who don’t know what beguni is, it is batter-fried eggplant, and as simple as it sounds, it tastes absolutely brilliant. And if Beguni doesn’t float your boat, then you’ll get your fix of Dhokar Dalna and Luchi-Aloo Dum.

Where: Hakone Entertainment Zone, Powai, Mumbai
When: 12:30 pm – 11 pm
Cost: ₹700 (For two)

7. Kolkata Heshel

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Kolkata’s Essence in Mumbai, this restaurant is a delightful culinary haven that brings the essence of Kolkata’s street food to the bustling streets of Mumbai. This restaurant captures the spirit of Kolkata’s vibrant food culture. It’s a go-to spot for anyone craving the unmistakable flavours of the City of Joy right in Mumbai.

Where: Malad West, Mumbai
When: 11 am – 1:30 am
Cost: ₹500 (For two)

8. Peetuk

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Peetuk is where you’ll discover the comforting taste of home-style Bengali cuisine. With dishes like Shorshe Ilish (hilsa fish in mustard sauce) and Aloo Posto (potatoes in poppy seed paste), Peetuk delivers the authentic flavours of Bengal. The cosy ambiance and a menu filled with Bengali classics make it a beloved spot for those seeking a taste of nostalgia.

Where: Galleria Shopping Centre, Powai, Mumbai
When: 11:30 am – 4 pm, 6 pm – 11:30 pm
Cost: ₹400 (For two)

9. Oh! Bangla

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Oh! Bangla is a culinary journey that takes you deep into the heart of Bengal’s diverse cuisine. From the fiery delights of Kosha Mangsho (spicy mutton curry) to the sweetness of Mishti Doi (sweet yoghurt), this restaurant offers an extensive menu that showcases Bengal’s culinary spectrum. The warm and inviting atmosphere adds to the overall experience.

Where: Azad Nagar, Mumbai
When: 11 am – 3 am
Cost: ₹450 (For two)

10. Feast At East

Feast at East is your gateway to savour the lesser-explored culinary treasures of East Bengal. This restaurant celebrates the flavours of this region with dishes like Machher Jhol (fish curry) and Muri Ghonto (fish head curry). This delivery-only restaurant will become your go-to as soon as you try it.

Where: Wadala, Mumbai
Cost: ₹200 for one order

Each of these Bengali restaurants in Mumbai brings its own unique charm and flavours.

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Inputs from Anindya, Chandani, and Mallika Khurana