Think Bengali food and most time we end up thinking fish and rice and in the same one may just imagine that there night not be any vegetarian restaurant in Kolkata.  But unlike the popular thought the city sees end number of veg places that that too pretty creative ones. From great boa’s to dimsums to sushi to modern Indian food you have it all under veg umbrella here and rest assured you wont be disappointed.

So when in the city indulge in these vegetarian places that will change your perception. 

Dunkel Braun

Dunkel Braun, which means ‘dark brown’ in German, offers glimpses of live baking for their patrons. Experience the freshness of baked goodies and taste the savoury delights only at Dunkel Braun. Operating both as a bakery and a cafe, where every crumb is a masterpiece. They not only create sweet memories but also give diners the savoury vegetarian choices which are a delight to the senses. The place is equipped with the Italian-make Salva Boutique Oven, which provides a smart customisable option to accommodate all the needs of an active bakery. 

Kathal Biryani/ Dunkel Braun


 Located at Salt Lake, The cafe upstairs, has an exhaustive menu of burgers and sandwiches, rolls and wraps, pizzas, pastas, baked veg biryani, noodles, pastries, brioche, muffins, breads, cookies and so much more! The salt lake branch is spread across two floors, ground plus mezzanine, with the retail section being on the ground floor.

Cost for two: INR 800 plus taxes
Address: EC 15, opposite City Center I, Sector I, Salt Lake, Kolkata -700064
Timings : 7:30am onwards (bakery products), Lunch: 12pm-11pm (all days)

Burma Burma

Burma Burma has brought Burmese flavours to the city by adding a touch of finesse to the dishes that we love from across Burma. It’s all about taking a contemporary approach by exploring the wide array of ingredients and homegrown recipes to bring you dishes that are unique in texture and flavor. 

Brown Onion & Roasted chilly Paukse (steamed buns) / Burma Burma


This all veg Burmese place in the city boast about authentic taste and cooking from Burma (Myanmar) lovingly prepared from treasured family recipes. Some of the must try here are Tayat Ti Thoke {Raw Mango Salad}, Crunchy Tofu Steamed Buns, Oh No Khow Suey, Fried Rice With Tea Leaf, Burmese Meal · Creamed Corn With Paratha and their Yuzu Bubble Tea. 

Address: 18 M, Ground Floor, Stephen Court, Park St,  700071
Time - 12:30–4pm, 6:30-10:30pm
Price for two- Rs 1200

Grace at Kolkata Centre for Creativity

The Kolkata Centre for Creativity embraces and finds creativity in every fibre of the being. Set on the second floor of the centre, one can find art in every corner - even in the food served at the restaurant named ‘Grace’. It is a modern Indian vegetarian cuisine restaurant. The focus is to serve modern Indian fusion food that not only represents art and our Indian culture but also caters to food aficionados and lovers. Grace procures local ingredients that are freshly produced to create ‘edible art’. The restaurant highlights vegetarianism as an ecological need of consuming the lowest form of life. The meticulous detailing by a dedicated team of professional Chefs – from procuring local and fresh ingredients to passionately recreating vegetarian food makes Grace a one of a kind fine dining restaurant!

Address-Dipak Road, Eastern Metropolitan Bypass, Anandapur, Adarsha 700107
Time- 11 am -6:30pm
Price for two- Es 1500

Kaidi Kitchen

Designed in the form of a jail, this restaurant is a concept-based place. The prison theme sets it apart. There is prison cell look alike cabins where one can sit and dine-in too. From Mexican, Chinese, Indian and Italian, this place serves all. Located at Camac Street Area, there cheese naans, dal makhani and paneer along with the chocolate fondue are some the dishes that should not missed while you are dining here. 

Address-1st Floor, 4/1, Camac St, Kankaria Estates, Park Street area, 700016
Time- 12noon - 10pm
Cost for two- Rs 1200

Wabi Sabi

Wabi Sabi literally translates to ‘finding beauty in imperfection’. This beautiful and peaceful neighbourhood of Southern Avenue is the brainchild of four friends who wanted to something that sees most of ‘natural and local flavours’. With a super healthy and vegan menu, this place is known for their pumpkin and rosemary soup, chickpea salad, asparagus on toast, Gluten-free Momos (Made with potato starch) along with some chocolate custard, watermelon salads. Don’t miss to sip their delicious beer, cordial or Mojitos or the great chocolate frappe.

Address-10, Dr.Sarat Banerjee Rd, Lake Market, Kalighat, 700029
Time- 9am -10pm
Cost for two- Rs 1000

Williams Kitchen

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 Vegetarian Restaurant and Bar, Williams Kitchen, owned by Mayyank Dhanuka , is winning hearts over with its Asian and Indian Delectable. Spread over 5,000 square ft with a seating capacity of 125-130, the space can be divided into three main sections. At the entrance, lies a small fountain section giving a subtle modernistic atmosphere surrounded by wooden sidewalls and glass pieces. A 40-seater lounge provides a premium look and is apt for hosting events or family gatherings. The restaurant’s main hall gives contemporary vibes with buffet as well as live cooking sections. The restaurant giving a youthful and energetic atmosphere, feels scintillating, offering regal dishes. The handcrafted paintings embellish the place adding a touch of elegance to it. A perfect restaurant for relishing the night with invigorating drinks and cuisines, Williams Kitchen’s popular dishes are Dan Dan Noodles with a blend of spicy flavours, appetising Dum Biryani, Vada Pav Baskets, succulent Caramel Apple Pie and Lavender Lemon Spritzer. 

Cost for two: INR 1600 plus taxes
Address: Shakespeare Point, 40, Shakespeare Sarani Rd, Elgin, 700017
Timings : 12–11pm