7 Places In Bengaluru To Indulge The Bong In You

Bengalis are known for their lovely sarees, cheerfulness and…you guessed it, their scrumptious food! Whether you are a homesick Bengali missing home food or someone who just wants to get a taste of Bengal, head over to any of these restuarants in Bengaluru to embark upon a journey and explore Bengali food.

Oh! Calcutta

Serving quintissential Bengali dishes such as Smoked Hilsa, Gondhoraj Maach, Daab Chingri and Kosha Mangsho, Oh! Calcutta is the place to be when those cravings strike! 


Where: 2nd Floor, 14, Church Street, Bangalore
Cost for two: INR 1200

Koshe Kosha

Mochar Chop, Chingr Cutleti, Basanti Rice, Aloo Dam – you name it, they have it!


Where: 1017, 1st Floor, 80 Feet Road, Koramangala 1st Block, Bangalore
Cost for two: INR 600

Panch Phoron

They have authentic Bengali food that tastes like it’s fresh out of a kitchen in Bengal. You’re sure to go on a trip down memory lane as you savour the delicacies here. 

Where: 62, Solitaire, 1st Floor, Near HDFC Bank, 1st Main, 7th Block, Koramangala 7th Block, Bangalore
Cost for two: INR 600


From the name, to the decor, and the food, Esplanade takes you to Bengal. Indulge in authentic, delicious Bengali food and embark upon a gastronomical journey to the culinary landscape of Bengal. 


Where: 203, Double Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore
Cost for two: INR 1000


Bengalis, head to Sorse for an unforgettable culinary experience that we are sure will be ‘home away from home’. From the aroma of the food, to the taste, you will not be disappointed. 


Where: S-61A, 2nd Floor, Near Amoeba, Phoenix Market City, ITPL Main Road, Mahadevpura, Whitefield, Bangalore
Cost for two: INR 650


Known for their prawn specialities, such as Mocha Chingri, Prawn Kobiraji, Lau Chingri and Chingri Poshto, to name a few, this is a must visit restaurant for seafood lovers and Bengali food lovers alike.


Where: Koramangala, HSR layout, Bannerghatta Road, and Electronic City
Cost for two: INR 500

Bhojori manna

Bengalis! For authentic Bengali food, you have to visit Bhojori manna. While the food here may not remind you of the EXACT food you get at home, it comes am extremely close second!


Where: Koramangala and JP Nagar
Cost for two: INR 650

If you love Bengali food, or are dying to get a taste of Bengal, grab your car keys and head out!