Calcutta’s most popular and iconic street food
A distinctive biryani full of flavour but low on spiciness and heat.
Not to be confused with Chinatown's wok-fried chow mein
Chicken kathi kababs wrapped in flaky porota
Spicy potato curry served alongside kochuri at roadside stalls
Calcutta cabin-style egg devils
Inspired by one of our favourite sandwich joints in New Market, NV Stores!
Silky fillets of Bhetki, coated with spicy-green marinade, then crumb coated and fried—a Calcutta specialty!
Bengali road/dhaba-style tadka dal
Spicy, curried snack made with yellow peas
Kolkata-style diamond-shaped breaded chicken
A Kolkata cabin speciality
Shingara with a potato and cauliflower filling—a winter treat
with sweet chutney
Succulent mutton kathi kabab wrapped in crisp porota
This crispy, tangy, savoury 'chaat' is a popular Calcutta street food dished out by phuchkawalas and is super easy to make.
A Kolkata street snack of boiled potatoes
Or, dahi vada
Eaten all over India, this version is unique to Bengal