Durga Puja 2023: Done With Pandal Hopping? Enjoy Special Puja Feasts At These Spots In Kolkata

by Ankita Mazumdar
Durga Puja 2023: Done With Pandal Hopping? Enjoy Special Puja Feasts At These Spots In Kolkata

Durga Maa has arrived and festivities have started with a bang. Kolkata, the city of joy, beautifully decks up for Maa with themed pandals. It’s the greatest festival of the year. Now, if you are exhausted from pandal hopping, we say, hunt for the most lip-smacking food in the city. Look no further, we got the best deals and meals of Kolkata feasts for you. Let’s pet pujo now, aschen toh?

Relish These Great And Special Durga Puja Feasts In Kolkata

1. Veneto Bar & Kitchen

Durga Puja 2023: Done With Pandal Hopping? Enjoy Special Puja Feasts At These Spots In Kolkata
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They have created a special festive Durga Puja menu. If your tastebuds are carving some Italian food, then this is the right place for you. The interiors are decked up nicely to give you all the Italian feels. Try out their Veneto Italian Lava Grill, Wood Fired Pane All’aglio and Double Chocolate Brownie.

Where: 375, Prince Anwar Shah Rd, South City Complex, Jadavpur
When: 20 – 24 Oct, 12 PM – 1 AM
Cost For Two: ₹ 1200 & ₹2400 with alcohol

2. Lord of the Drinks

Lord of the drinks
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The bar section of Lord of the Drinks is a perfect place to enjoy some cocktails. After all that pandal hopping, you need something refreshing and energise you well. Drinking at Lord of the Drinks is the go-to move. Elevate your taste buds and pair your hard drinks with Kaffir Lime Fried Fish, Tandoori Veg Platter and Spicy Rock Shrimps.

Where: 4th Floor South City Mall
When: 20 – 24 Oct, 12 PM – 2 AM
Cost For Two: ₹1200 & ₹2400 with alcohol

3. Aminia

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Their menu for this festive season is named Aminia Picks and it wonderfully takes the stage. You are not a true Bengali, if you do not visit this traditional food place during Durga Puja. You have to order their legendary Mutton Biryani and the succulent Aminia Special Mutton Curry and have a blast of flavours in your mouth.

Where: New Market, Rajarhat, Jessore Road, Shyam Bazar, Golpark, Behala, Barrackpore, Serampore, Sodepur, Siliguri, Guwahati, and Kolaghat
When: 20 – 23 Oct, 11 AM – 4 PM and 24 Oct 11 AM – 2 AM
Cost For Two: ₹ 800

4. Drunken Teddy

Drunken Teddy
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Drunken Teddy has all the good vibes and sets up a great atmosphere for feasts. If you are looking for delicious Bengali food then Drunken Teddy is the place for you this Durga Puja. Their Mochar Chop, Dhonepata Kachalonka Chicken Tikka, and the classic Fish Fry with a side of Kasundi Mustard are just a chef’s kiss. The food will get you lick your fingers clean here.
Where: Horizon Building, 57, Jawaharlal Nehru Rd, Elgin
When: 20 – 24 Oct, 12 PM – 2 AM
Cost For Two: ₹ 1200 & ₹ 2400 with alcohol

5. The Garden Lounge

The Garden Lounge
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Another place where you will find great north Indian food. They have a 24*7 Puja Celebration feast menu in honour of Durga Puja. Prawn Masala, Mutton Rogan Josh, Kadai Chicken, and Chicken Butter Masala are some of their best-selling dishes. Best part is this menu is that it is available for 24 whole hours.

Where: The Garden Lounge, 46, Street Number 10, DN Block, Sector V, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700091
When: 20 – 24 Oct, Open 24 hrs
Cost For Two: ₹ 800

Also Read:Durga Puja 2023: This Kolkata Pandal Is Adorned By Repurposing 12,000 Good Old Iron Chairs

6. Potboiler Coffee

Potboiler Coffee
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This is a quaint cafe in Kolkata that has a great menu; a little different than other feasts. They have come up with a special ‘Sweet Festive Latte’ for this festive season of Durga Puja. This menu is a tribute to the city’s vibrant spirit for this Puja. Head over for some chill evening scenes.

Where: P-468, Lake Terrace Road Keyatala, Near Vivekananda Park, opposite Kunbi sarees, Kolkata, West Bengal 700029 & CE 25, 3rd Cross Rd, CE Block, Sector 1, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700064
When:20th – 24th Oct, 11 AM – 11 PM
Cost For Two: ₹ 850

7. The Yellow Straw

The Yellow Straw
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Pujo Maanei Re Fresh is their menu for this festive season. It aims to elevate the experience of Durga Puja by encouraging people to stay hydrated during pandal hopping. Their drinks are preservative-free, delicious, and healthy but it comes with a little twist.

Where: The Yellow Straw at South City, Acropolis Mall, Sarat Bose Road, Lake Mall, Saltlake, Sector 1-near city centre metro station and Ecospace
When: On demand
Cost For Two: ₹ 350

8. The Old Delhi


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Trying to find a piece of Delhi in Kolkata? They are hosting a feast with Mahotsav Thaali. You can indulge in the most exciting thaalis like Mutton Thaali and Veg Thaali. Will it give the feeling and taste of Delhi, you gotta have a taste to know that.

Where: 174, Sarat Bose Road, Lake Terrace. Kolkata 700029
When: 20 – 24 Oct, 12 PM – 2 AM
Price for Thaali: ₹  399

9. Effingut

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Are you looking to eat with full gusto? Simply just come over to Effingut! They have a special menu called Pujo Special that specialises in traditional food fusions like Panch Phoran Fish Tikka, Pujo Bari Luchi & Kosha Mangsho, and Steamed Bhetki with Soy Ginger Broth. Don’t miss out on their classic Shrikhand Brulee.

Where: Celica Park, 24, Park Street, Level 7. Kolkata 700016
When: 20 – 24 Oct, 12 PM – 12 AM
Cost For Two: 1₹  250 & ₹  1750 with alcohol

10. Motor Works & Brewing Company

Do pet puja’s agomon with their Pujor Agomon menu! The great thing about having a feast here is that they offer live DJs and each day there is a different DJ to entertain the crowd. Even the bar has 2:1 offers on their beverages, the best of both worlds!

Where: EN 1, EN Block, Sector V, Kolkata – 700091
When: 20th Oct – till 1 AM, 21st -23rd Oct – till 2 AM, 24th Oct- till 12 AM
Cost For Two: ₹ 1800 & ₹ 3000 with alcohol

Also Read: This Historically-Significant Town In West Bengal Is The Birthplace of Durga Puja Celebrations

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