-By Salmoli Mukerji
Sing a line or two of the song Bhojohori Manna and a true-blue Bengali will have a dreamy look in his/her eyes, as waves of nostalgia sweep him/her over! Named after the eponymous song sung by Manna Dey, this Bangali restaurant has taken the city by storm. Delicacies like Fowl Cutlet, Labra (a mix of leafy vegetables), Daab Chingri, Goalondo Steamer Curry and Mutton Dakbangla are redolent of a Bengal of a certain era. However, if the main kitchen goofs up, many of the dishes listed in the menu will not be available. Far more wiser to go with the day's special - handwritten on the whiteboard - with seasonal surprises. Sukumar Ray sketches on the walls, the popularity of their Bengali home-cooked food and nostalgic recipes of the “pice hotel” concept reinforce the theme at Bhojohori Manna. And if you don't feel like going out, you can order in. They also do outside catering.
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