57A, Ground Floor, Park Mansion Building , Near HDFC Bank
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  • 2000/- (for 2 people)
  • Critic's 4
  • User's 3.5
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Veda
in Park Street, Kolkata
57A, Ground Floor, Park Mansion Building
Kolkata
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8 Review(s) from our Foodies

8 Review(s) from our Foodies

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Critic's Review
Critic's Review
Salmoli Mukerji
  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added this week

The year end outing is always a celebration - wrapping up the old and ushering in the new. It is more of an experience, rather than just a meal or a space. I saved up this one for the fashionable entry of the year. Veda by Rohit Bal at the iconic location of Sky Room on Park Street. The first experience kind of dampened the mood, a candid below average. We decided to go back in good time for the chefs to settle in their ladles and to try the new cafe lounge menu.

Décor:

From the street, the two huge glass doors look like just another restaurant in a neighbourhood full of choices. As we step inside though, something changes with a dash of style. Wooden banister and another set of swing doors lead to a French Boudoir like interiors. Dimly lit dangling coloured chandeliers, Belgian mirrors, black buttoned leather Chesterfield sofas, a glassy mirror-imaged wall mounted bar, mother of pearl Indian flowers and peacock embellished designs and in-lay tables, all against bare brick walls - who else but a Rohit Bal would invest so much energy in the interiors. Hardly a restaurant, it is rather a showcasing of Indian ostentatious opulence, from the days of Indian Royalty to ultra-modern fashion statement. The interiors add tunes to the senses. The staff uniforms match up with black and gold embroidered Bandhgalas. But the crockery and cutlery are gross mismatch - ordinary white off-the- shelf stuff mars the magic spell.

Food:

The cafe menu is actually sumptuous. We start with a Fresh Strawberry Shake (Rs. 150) and a Seafood Soup (Rs. 129). Followed by the Chef's Salad Veg (Rs.129), Chicken Chat (Rs 199), Corn Cakes (Rs 119) and a Galouti Wrap (Rs 159). And long and tempting traditional Indian cuisine menu from the royal kitchens at the restaurant, with something for every appetite promises to have a touch of fashionable novelty. We order Chicken Chandi Tikka (Rs 425), Lamb Chapli kebab (Rs 395), the house signature Kurkure Bhindi (Rs 295) and Gosht Yakhni Biryani (Rs 395).

Plus and Minus:

At the cafe the strawberry shake is frothy thick, the Seafood broth is excellent, textured with prawns and Beckti chunks. The Chaat with coloured peppers and not- so-crispy chicken is zipped up with the spicy marinades. And if we thought all wraps come in the same mould, the chilli and ginger ignited version of Galouti wrapped in soft roomali help us change our mind. The Chef's salad had nothing but a whiff of Gandhoraj fragrance, and the corn cakes just ordinary. Upstairs the kebabs are indigenous versions, far from authentic or stylised, the Kurkure bhindi comes in mango tempered light and spiky fritters and the Yakhni biryani with succulent gosht, is good to be a pulao. The familiar service and the desserts, however made it worth the wait. The Chef's presentation of the Death by Rabri (Rs 225) and Kalakand Baklava (not in the menu) made it an out of the ordinary dessert experience.

User Reviews

Sangeet Shekhar
  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 90% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Added 5 months ago from Web

Went with my mother for dinner, and the decor immediately caught out attention. Of course, its done with so much perfection, and the ambiance is really nice.Coming to the food part, the servings are nice, and food quality is also good, but something that I didnt like is the service. It took almost 45 mins for the starters to be served, and also for the desserts, they forgot what we had ordered, so had to sit for long.Death by rabri is a must try for all.Overall, its more or less average, with so many good places around.anyways, Happy Eating! :)

Tips: Good place for couples

Abhijit Das
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 80% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

Veda is North Indian Restaurant. Decor of the hotel is beautiful. Food served here are good and tasty. We like Fish Amritsari ,murg Malai kabab, Murg Tikka Masala and Fish Lababdar here.

YASH
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 50% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 50% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

being from north india u will always look for good food in any city u goo.. the veda has not disappointed at all.. this is one perfect lil restaurent with amaxing food... the service is lil bit on downside and the ambiance is well kolkata type.. i will only visit this place for food or rather have it odered at my place

Shiv Malhotra
  • Food
  • 40% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Added more than a year ago from Web

Six friends went for lunch. We asked head Steward Mr.Bhowmick to suggest their signature dishes. Details areSTARTERS fish Amritsari ,murg Malai kabab were good.galoti and gilafi seekh kabab not so good.MAINS lamb Veda, Murg Tikka Masala and Fish Lababdar were quite bad,all three had same gravy and masalas.Heavy food similar flavours,no taste.DESSERTS shahi tukra was ok, Death by Rabri was nice but Veda Brownie was a dry piece of crapOverall will rate the place just 2 stars. Maybe a bad hair day for the chef but did not leave a good taste.Three friends reported bad stomach next day, could it be Veda food or coincidence,let you be the judgeVisited September 2013

Ahirjoy Biswas
  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Added more than a year ago from Web

Food is good. I went for Cardinal Punch(mocktail),Galouti Kabab,mix veg raita and cheese-chilly Kulcha(chicken Tikka staffing).Galouti Kabab was nice,very soft and this is entirely different kind of kabab preparation compare to which you get in Barbeque/Flame-n-Grill.Other items were also good.However I think price is really at higher end(for me it was around Rs. 1250/- including Tax).Another thing is dont go on ordering other items just by going by suggestions given to you on the fly untill you finish the previous orders or foods may be wasted unnecessarily.And yes,the atmosphere was really great.They also have a set menu option which is Rs. 333/- + Tax.

Veda Reviews
Critic's Review
Critic's Review
Salmoli Mukerji
  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added this week

The year end outing is always a celebration - wrapping up the old and ushering in the new. It is more of an experience, rather than just a meal or a space. I saved up this one for the fashionable entry of the year. Veda by Rohit Bal at the iconic location of Sky Room on Park Street. The first experience kind of dampened the mood, a candid below average. We decided to go back in good time for the chefs to settle in their ladles and to try the new cafe lounge menu.

Décor:

From the street, the two huge glass doors look like just another restaurant in a neighbourhood full of choices. As we step inside though, something changes with a dash of style. Wooden banister and another set of swing doors lead to a French Boudoir like interiors. Dimly lit dangling coloured chandeliers, Belgian mirrors, black buttoned leather Chesterfield sofas, a glassy mirror-imaged wall mounted bar, mother of pearl Indian flowers and peacock embellished designs and in-lay tables, all against bare brick walls - who else but a Rohit Bal would invest so much energy in the interiors. Hardly a restaurant, it is rather a showcasing of Indian ostentatious opulence, from the days of Indian Royalty to ultra-modern fashion statement. The interiors add tunes to the senses. The staff uniforms match up with black and gold embroidered Bandhgalas. But the crockery and cutlery are gross mismatch - ordinary white off-the- shelf stuff mars the magic spell.

Food:

The cafe menu is actually sumptuous. We start with a Fresh Strawberry Shake (Rs. 150) and a Seafood Soup (Rs. 129). Followed by the Chef's Salad Veg (Rs.129), Chicken Chat (Rs 199), Corn Cakes (Rs 119) and a Galouti Wrap (Rs 159). And long and tempting traditional Indian cuisine menu from the royal kitchens at the restaurant, with something for every appetite promises to have a touch of fashionable novelty. We order Chicken Chandi Tikka (Rs 425), Lamb Chapli kebab (Rs 395), the house signature Kurkure Bhindi (Rs 295) and Gosht Yakhni Biryani (Rs 395).

Plus and Minus:

At the cafe the strawberry shake is frothy thick, the Seafood broth is excellent, textured with prawns and Beckti chunks. The Chaat with coloured peppers and not- so-crispy chicken is zipped up with the spicy marinades. And if we thought all wraps come in the same mould, the chilli and ginger ignited version of Galouti wrapped in soft roomali help us change our mind. The Chef's salad had nothing but a whiff of Gandhoraj fragrance, and the corn cakes just ordinary. Upstairs the kebabs are indigenous versions, far from authentic or stylised, the Kurkure bhindi comes in mango tempered light and spiky fritters and the Yakhni biryani with succulent gosht, is good to be a pulao. The familiar service and the desserts, however made it worth the wait. The Chef's presentation of the Death by Rabri (Rs 225) and Kalakand Baklava (not in the menu) made it an out of the ordinary dessert experience.

Latest Reviews

Sangeet Shekhar
  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 90% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Added 5 months ago from Web

Went with my mother for dinner, and the decor immediately caught out attention. Of course, its done with so much perfection, and the ambiance is really nice.Coming to the food part, the servings are nice, and food quality is also good, but something that I didnt like is the service. It took almost 45 mins for the starters to be served, and also for the desserts, they forgot what we had ordered, so had to sit for long.Death by rabri is a must try for all.Overall, its more or less average, with so many good places around.anyways, Happy Eating! :)

Tips: Good place for couples

Abhijit Das
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 80% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

Veda is North Indian Restaurant. Decor of the hotel is beautiful. Food served here are good and tasty. We like Fish Amritsari ,murg Malai kabab, Murg Tikka Masala and Fish Lababdar here.

YASH
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 50% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 50% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

being from north india u will always look for good food in any city u goo.. the veda has not disappointed at all.. this is one perfect lil restaurent with amaxing food... the service is lil bit on downside and the ambiance is well kolkata type.. i will only visit this place for food or rather have it odered at my place

Shiv Malhotra
  • Food
  • 40% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Added more than a year ago from Web

Six friends went for lunch. We asked head Steward Mr.Bhowmick to suggest their signature dishes. Details areSTARTERS fish Amritsari ,murg Malai kabab were good.galoti and gilafi seekh kabab not so good.MAINS lamb Veda, Murg Tikka Masala and Fish Lababdar were quite bad,all three had same gravy and masalas.Heavy food similar flavours,no taste.DESSERTS shahi tukra was ok, Death by Rabri was nice but Veda Brownie was a dry piece of crapOverall will rate the place just 2 stars. Maybe a bad hair day for the chef but did not leave a good taste.Three friends reported bad stomach next day, could it be Veda food or coincidence,let you be the judgeVisited September 2013

Ahirjoy Biswas
  • Food
  • 80% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 70% Complete (success)

Added more than a year ago from Web

Food is good. I went for Cardinal Punch(mocktail),Galouti Kabab,mix veg raita and cheese-chilly Kulcha(chicken Tikka staffing).Galouti Kabab was nice,very soft and this is entirely different kind of kabab preparation compare to which you get in Barbeque/Flame-n-Grill.Other items were also good.However I think price is really at higher end(for me it was around Rs. 1250/- including Tax).Another thing is dont go on ordering other items just by going by suggestions given to you on the fly untill you finish the previous orders or foods may be wasted unnecessarily.And yes,the atmosphere was really great.They also have a set menu option which is Rs. 333/- + Tax.

Veda Reviews

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