INDIAN STREET FOOD of YOUR DREAMS in Kolkata, INDIA | BEST CURRY and SEAFOOD + Street Food in India!

INDIAN STREET FOOD of YOUR DREAMS in Kolkata, INDIA | BEST CURRY and SEAFOOD + Street Food in India!
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When you travel to Kolkata, India, you must eat and try the delicious Indian street food and all the Bengali street food specialties. The amazing Indian recipes you can find on the street are so unique and delicious! It would take a lifetime to taste all the amazing curry and street foods of Kolkata, India

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We started our street food tour of Indian street food in Kolkata by going for an early brunch, by eating a huge thali platter feast, at a famous Indian restaurant that cooked so many amazing thali indian recipes in their Kitchen. You can order so many varieties of Thali, like bengali thali, rajasthani thali, gujarati thali, and more! The variety of Thali is truly amazing!

After that amazing Bengali Indian lunch, we went to have a huge Bengali LUNCH feast at 6 Ballygunge restaurant. The selection of BENGALI lunch dishes was amazing, something you must experience!

After eating that delicious Indian Bengali curry meal, we went to eat more delicious Indian street foods!

Here are the addresses for the street food locations:

1) HUGE Thali Lunch Indian restaurant Feast: Suruchi Restaurant, 19B, Tarak Dutta Road, Lower Range, Beck Bagan, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019, India
2) BENGALI Feast at 6 Ballygunge Place
3) Delicious Mutton Curry Kosha Mangsho at Golbari Kosha Mangsho, at Shyambazar Crossing
4) Delicious Chinese Momo’s, just a couple minutes walk down the same street that Kosha Mangsho was on.
5) Beef Kebab at Adam’s Kebab, Phears Ln, Colootola, Tiretti, Kolkata.
6) Amazing Gulab Jamon just a minute down the same road that Adam’s kebab was on.

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    I hope you’re enjoying this Kolkata street food series! There is enough food for a lifetime here! We are truly loving the food in India and have a ton more videos for you and are going to be pushing to put out 2 videos per week soon! Please let me know what you’re thinking about this series! Are you enjoying the food we are finding? Thanks so much for watching, and I hope you’re eating well and doing well! You can follow along behind the scenes here too, http://www.instagram.com/thefoodranger

  2. our country have a lot of Indian culture some of these food exists in my country but when our ansisters leave india about 180 years aback some of these food never exists but we in Trinidad has new innovation of Indian dishes our dal purie . doubles and buss up shut is getting world fame

  3. I find something really weird when you talk about buffalo meat in some of your videos. Why should buffalo be suddenly a popular meat in India? I don’t know anybody who eats buffalo. Is it because saying beef will make cow vigilant group angry?
    And another thing, you keep saying paratha and other fried oily food as healthy. Really?

  4. Kolkata is not a city…it's an emotion,specially when it comes to food and people's behaviour….I am a non-bengali from Rajasthan but I am born and brought up here in Kolkata….and i thank God for dropping me into this joyful city…I love people here…Bengalis are so good

  5. Hi
    it is great to see your video i am also food taster i also hunt for different variety taste food in street cheaper, i have suggestion or thought you to put address on the below of the video are the shop of name so every one can visit . there was video a man standing to the cook asking to him cook well add some more chicken because it is going to be internet , i live in chennai if you want support in chennai for food i can assist you . my e-Mail drop me a mail.

  6. 26 Ballygunge Place really is one of the best places for Bengali Food in the city. On the expensive side but it's the best if you want to have 'true-to-the-roots' Bengali cuisine.

  7. i am from kolkata and he is not try zam zam biryani one then zafarani tandoori from kitchen then drums of heaven from ACS chinese flavour kababs from kafila, nahari from sufiya, anjeer ka halwa from royal sweets, chicken cheese kabab from arsalan,sahi hydrabadi Halim from park circus street, what he explore i can make you visit ton of place in kolkata what app me 8240265241

  8. i am from karachi my mother from quetta pakistan and my father from Rampur UP and my wife's family is from DELHI …… MY FAMILY IS LIKE Biryani or like khichri ……..

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