These Eateries From Kolkata Have Got A Heritage Tag From The INTACH
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Kolkata or Calcutta the city never leaves to enchant you. The age-old bylanes, the small little corner tea shops, and those small little outlets selling either telebhaja or so incredible breakfast like kochuri and torkari. When we talk of food, the city will spoil you with options and it will surely not leave you disappointed. 

Sometime back INTACH (Indian Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) awarded few of restaurants in the city with the heritage tag, which means these have stood the test of time and are still running strong with their USP’s. From Mocambo, Kwality and Trincas to more let’s explore the list of eateries that have been awarded. 


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This age-old sweet shop that has been offering the best traditional Sandesh in the city is a joint venture started by the father-in-law and the son-in-law. Having stood the test of time this place has earned the tag. Their speciality is naram-pak and kora pak Sandesh. A naram-pak remains intact for three days, while those of kara-pak even for a week 

Address- 56, Ramdulal Sarkar St, near Bethune college, Hedua, 700006
Cost for two- Rs 100