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Kolkata is a paradise for food lovers. The traditional, old and heritage eateries have drawn and continue to draw people by the hordes to this “City of Joy” and palaces. The cuisine, ambiance of old-world charm and taste are superlative. If you are planning to binge on some mouthwatering local Bengali cuisine,then check out these 6 oldest food shops of Kolkata. Older shop equals authentic and gastronomic delight. Be prepared to walk an extra mile to find these hidden gems of food.
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When I was in Hong Kong, I noticed all Chinese restaurants offer free desserts -- usually a serving of sweet red bean soup. I wonder why Western restaurants don't offer some form of free desserts as well. For instance, a scoop of ice cream should cost less than $0.10 per scoop/patron. That should be a good gesture and help business.
I figure this is a shot in the dark but worth a try...
My wife and I love food. I would call myself someone who enjoys spending money on experiences. I'd call my wife someone who enjoys spending money on experiences, especially having to do with food. Naturally she's well aware of both these restaurants and we've talked about (rather, dreamed about...) going to either of them for some time now.
That time has come. However, I don't know which to choose. If anyone has been to both, which did you prefer and why?
(I know it's subjective but that's okay)
I don't know if it's just me, but fairly often I feel edgy when eating greens (salad or cooked) in restaurants. Much of it is that I can't tell if they are properly washed. Do many of you feel the same?