5 Delhi Restaurants That Open Its Door In Kolkata

Farzi café 

Ask any Delhiites about Farzi and they can vouch for the brand. This beloved baby of Zorawar Kalra too has marked its presence in the city. This modern Indian bistro that us spread across 4,500sq ft space, divided neatly into three sections with the interiors celebrating from the Flower Market and terracotta in Bengal and not to miss the including a circular bar. With a total seating of 102 covers the place has remined true to it’s Farzi concept of innovative dining with the menu being designed by chef Vaibhav Sawant. From the Hass Avocado Chaat, Beetroot Gel to the Tempura Fried Prawn with Nimboo Mirch Air and more, their vodka cocktails are served in cutting chai glasses.


SodaBottleOpenerWala, the quintessential Bombay Irani Café and Barhas opened it’s door for the people of Kolkata. After having a presence in Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bangalore and Hyderabad, Kolkata is the 5th city for the brand to have its footprint. SodaBottleOpenerWala’s first franchisee owned outlet by a fast growing hospitality group in Kolkata – Gourmet Venture Pvt. Ltd. Opened on the 4th floor of city’s leading, South City Mall at Prince Anwar Shah Road, this Bombay Irani Café’s have been intrinsic to the food culture of Bombay for more than a century. The café is all about colourful, quirky and eccentric representation of the world of the Irani Cafés with its colonial, old-world and humourous design. This place brings the famous Irani food menu with all-time favourites such as Berry Pulao, Bohri Kheema Pav, chicken baida roti and Bhendi Bazaar Sheekh Paratha among a few others. Some of the traditional Parsi favourites entail Dhansak, Salli Chicken, patio and Patra Ni Macchi. Parsis love their eggs and hence, there is a range of egg dishes in the menu from classic Akuri to par edu collection to bun omelette.


This Virat Kohli baby after a successful stint in the capital finally come to City of Joy. Designed by Sumessh Menon, the iconic bar sees capsule pod seating. The color palette includes shades of rust, olive green, and blue in varying tones and textures to add drama to the food joint. Located at 13 Ho Chi Minh Sarani, it’s One8 Commune as 1 and 8 are Virat Kohli’s jersey number, and you spot the jersey once you inside. Minimal yet classy décor, adequately spaced, the overall menu has been created by Chef Pawan Bisht, who is in charge of all One8 Commune across the country. It’s a great mix of is fusion global cuisine inspired by local flavours of Kolkata. Well if you looking for something Vegan the menu will not disappoint you. Some of the signature dishes tat takes cue form Kohli’s favourite include “Red and white quinoa salad”, ‘‘Ghugni chaat cornetto”, “Chicken KeemaCornetto”, “Keema puff”, “Black Chicken”, “Napoletana con burrata pizza”, “ Herb crusted fish steak”, “Spicy Malvani curry”, “Mumbai Dabbagosht”

Kake Di Hatti

The iconic Kake Di Hatti from Dekhi’s Chandni Chowk has now travelled to Kolkata. This vegetarian eatery brand that been existence since 1942 has has opened doors in Bhowanipore. The restaurant famous for serving Delhi-special authentic Punjabi and North Indian cuisine. The interiors of the place  depict the cultural landmark of Delhi such as the Red Fort, India Gate and Lotus Temple along with a mix of Howrah Bridge, Victoria Memorial idol of Durga and more. Famously known for their ‘King of Naan’ Kake Di Hatti features an elaborate menu that sees  tandoori starters, Chinese starters and noodles, fried rice, curries, dals, naan rolls and, of course their USP naans like Hariyali Naan, Mooli Naan and more. The restaurant features a Special Jain Thali.

Rohit Bhoot and Gautam Bajoria are the names behind who have brought this franchise brand in the city. The specialty of this one is their main course there are small sizes, medium sizes and Kake sizes for a large group.