The Tangra Project In South Delhi Gives You A Taste Of Kolkata With Its Bengali, Mughlai & Chinese Fare

by Tania Tarafdar
The Tangra Project In South Delhi Gives You A Taste Of Kolkata With Its Bengali, Mughlai & Chinese Fare

For ‘Probashi’ Bangalees like us, living away from home can be quite a task without the Ilish Maachh and  Mocha Chop on our dining table. No amount of Butter Chicken and Shawarmas can satiate the Kolkata flavours that we crave for! However, there is a new destination for some lip-smacking Bengali delicacies in South Delhi that comes as a blessing for us. Named The Tangra Project, this restaurant focuses much more than just on Hakka Chinese cuisine of Kolkata’s famed Tangra region.

Enjoy A Private Dinner With Your Loved One

This new destination pays homage to the diverse culinary influences that have shaped the city of Kolkata. Set on the ground floor of DLF Avenue in Saket, the restaurant opens up to the view of the mall as well as offers screened-off dining areas or private dining rooms for an exclusive experience. The décor of the restaurant is idyllic for a romantic evening or a quaint dinner with your family and friends.

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Get A Taste Of Kolkata’s Diverse Culinary Scene In The Heart Of South Delhi

Brace your Kolkata taste buds as the diverse menu includes everything from Jhal Muri to Poi Saag Patta Chaat. And that’s not all! You also get to savour homestyle Bengali delicacies such as Potol Dolma, Cholar Dal, and Doi Maach that are God send. What’s more, the exhaustive menu also includes a Mughlai section that includes delicacies such as Shahi Aloo Dum, Haleem and meaty curries. The Tangra section including Noodles, Fried rice and Chilli Chicken, will transport you straight to Tangra.

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Savour Doi Maach, Tangra-Style Noodles, Gondhoraj Cheesecake & More!

This is also the place where you can also try Anglo-Indian dishes such as Pork Vindaloo and Xacuti along with Baos, Dumplings, and Kathi Rolls. When it comes to beverages, we have heard great things about their Tangra Virgin Mary with tamarind sauce. Taking the ‘Bangaaliyana’ up a notch, they serve fluffy and light Gondhoraj Cheesecake that will linger in your memory for days to come. We are salivating as we write about this.

So go right ahead, get the taste of Kolkata and make yourself a happy foodie!

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Where: Ground Floor, The Commons, DLF Avenue, Saket, New Delhi 110017