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You won’t believe the amazing street food here in Kolkata. Indian street food and Indian cuisine is so diverse, and all over the streets of India, you can find so many varieties of Indian spices and flavours. In this video, Myself (Trevor James, The Food Ranger) and Ting are going DEEP for street food in Kolkata, trying some AMAZING Bengali Street Foods in Kolkata, and some AMAZING curry and biryani rice.

You can eat amazing spicy and flavourful mutton biryani rice, some super sweet and saffron packed chai tea, a ton of delicious street foods like the Kathi roll and a ton of specialties on deckers lane.

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To start our street food tour, we woke up early in the morning to have an Indian Breakfast, an Indian street food breakfast! We went to a local tea shop to have some chai tea and a super delicious potato curry, known as a sabzi, and a flavourful kachori to dip it in! Watching the Indian restaurants and street food stalls like this in action, preparing and cooking the Indian recipes that have been done like this for generations is simply amazing!

After tasting that saffron and sugar packed chai, along with the amazing potato vegetarian curry, we kept exploring the back streets of Kolkata to try and eat the best street foods of Kolkata.

Here, you can travel to India just for the food, and that’s exactly what we did!

After the tea, we went to find some classic Bengali street foods on the street corners, and found a super flavourful bhel puri AKA puffed rice with a spicy mango chutney! This was actually very sour and spicy and so delicious!

We then continued traveling in Kolkata’s busy and spice scented streets for more delicious foods, and found the amazing hot kathi roll.
This is marinated chicken in a ton of spice and yoghurt, wrapped up in a freshly fried paratha that’s covered in a couple eggs, almost like an omelette, a HUGE omelette over top of the paratha! Then the paratha is wrapped up right on the street and you can taste the amazing flavors!

After that, we enjoyed a walk through the busy streets of Kolkata and made our way to deckers lane, the most iconic heritage street food mecca of Kolkata, to try an amazing and spice packed chicken stew. It was quite peppery and delicious!

After a quick walk and one street orange juice later, we arrived at Arsalan biryani rice and curry Indian restaurant to taste the famous mutton biryani and also try the amazing selection of spicy Indian curries. These bengali specialties were simply delicious, a MUST try thing here in Kolkata.

Here are the addresses for the street food locations we tried in Kolkata:

1) Street Chai Tea with Aloo Vegetarian Curry at ATS Arun Tea Stall
2) Bhel Puri puffed spicy rice snack – New Market area street stall
3) Kolkata’s Famous Kathi Roll at Kusum’s Roll on Park Street, Kolkata
4) Famous Chicken soup on Deckers lane
5) Amazingly Fresh Orange juice right on the street right near KC Das Sweet Shop
6) HUGE Bengali Indian restaurant dinner – Featuring Bengali Biryani spiced rice and a ton of delicious curry dishes – at ARSALAN park Circus

This is part 1 of 5 in our Kolkata Street Food tour series, and part 1 of many in our Indian street food tour series, we are going to keep coming back to India, probably twice per year, the street food and the local Indian recipes are just too good!


My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I’m going to make videos for YOU along the way!


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  1. We're in India! You're gonna love this series! We're shooting a ton of street food in Kolkata, Amritsar, Lucknow, and Varanasi! You can follow our behind the scenes daily stories on Insta here:
    Kolkata is such a breathtaking place, full of delicious food and incredible scenes that will impress you as soon as you step on the street! These upcoming vids are our impression of the city and its amazing food! I hope you're doing well and eating well! And our tai hao le merch is still available! Check it out here:

  2. Thank you- my favorite Food Ranger. And I'v been just waiting for long years to come to Kolkata. besides its one of the world's greatest foods with very reasonable price, to myself Kolkata is a different thing to me. It's a historical and traditional place — every brick, every thing and every inches of Kolkata would attract me and give me pleasure. I wonder when I would come to Kolkata and stay for some good time to just walk and enjoy Kolkata. And a hearty love to people of Kolkata who have a kinship from time immemorial. And my ever gratefulness to India as well as Kolkata for supporting us in our great liberation war 1971. Once again , love from Bangladesh for great Kolkata.

  3. That kachori was 110 rupees ($ 1.70)??? It sure is expensive. I am from Kolkata, and most Bengalis wouldn't pay more than Rs. 50 for that meal.

  4. Some body said the Indian eat by using hand that is gross but they have already washed their hand so everybody should watch closely!!!

  5. একটা আইটেমকে ২০ রখম করে রান্না করা একমাত্র বাঙালীর পক্ষেই সম্ভব। সব বাঙালী মা আর তাদের অসাধারণ রান্নার জন্য ভালবাসা অবিরাম ,,, ,,

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