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Visit These Bengali Restaurants In Mumbai This Poila Baisakh For An Authentic Bong Feast


Today, Bengalis celebrate Poila Boishak, the Bengali New Year, when families and friends come together to feast, sing and celebrate. Even if you’re not Bengali, today is the perfect day to enjoy an authentic Bengali spread; get your fill at these restaurants in Mumbai.

Kolkata Callin’


This Andheri restaurant is offering a special thali offer for the New Year. Enjoy a veg thali at Rs. 450 which includes enchor dalna (baby jackfruit gravy) and dhokar dalna (fried Bengal gram cutlets in gravy) or the non veg thali at Rs. 700 which includes chicken kosha, chingri malai curry (prawn coconut curry) and maachcher kaalia (fish in a thick curry).

Oh! Calcutta

Oh! Calcutta is famous across the country for its authentic Bong fare; its seafood is out of this world.



If you’re a fine dining lover, head to The Sahara Star in Santa Cruz to enjoy its veg or non-veg set meal, paired with impeccable service and a pleasing ambience.



Feeast@East is a casual dining eatery in Mahim that serves a range of Bengali dishes from seafood to kosha mangsho (a mutton dish) to authentic desserts Read our full review of Feeast@East here.

Bong Bong


This Bandra eatery is a hidden gem known for its seafood; try its chingri cutlets (prawn cutlets), its betki paturi and its chingri posto bhapa.

Want more options to celebrate the New Year? Here are twelve more restaurants in Mumbai with an authentic Bong connection.