Kolkata is going through a surge of development in terms of infrastructure and real estate. From the many area undergoing planned changes, Rajarhat is one of the biggest and has the most potential. The place has some of West Bengal?s best entertainment facilities including movie theatres, shopping mall and uncountable eateries. Being one of the more upscale areas in the city, there is a good number of fine-dining restaurants in Rajarhat, some of which we have listed below.
Image Source: selectmyrestaurant.comLocated at Kolkata?s swank Vedic Village Spa, Bhoomi is recommended for those looking for authentic Bengali cuisine along with the experience of dining at a high-end restaurant. The place is designed to look like a traditional old-school cottage, but has some elements of contemporary décor added for a more premium feel. Some of their stand-out dishes include the Aam Shotto and Alu Bukhara chutney, both of which are served in large chilled bowls. Sweet-dish lovers cannot miss the signature Bengali Mishti Doi which in itself is a very memorable experience. Like any fine-dining restaurant, the place has the potential to burn a hole in your wallet, but rest assured, the experience will leave you feeling that you?ve had your money?s worth.
Image Source: tripadvisor.inDurbari is the type of place that is fun to visit with the whole family, while also enjoying a premium fine-dining experience. The place serves some of the best Indian cuisine you can find in the city. With lip-smacking dishes such as the classic Murgh Makhani and Sarson Mahi Tikka as well as experimental items including the quirky ?Naaza? or Naan Pizza. Of course, you can also opt for the buffet option which has an amazing dessert spread, which features delectable dishes such as fresh fruit cakes, tiramisu, kala jamun, mihidana, and rabdi.
Image Source: cleartrip.comWe have another winner when it comes to the city?s best Bengali fare. With its ethnic décor and traditional ambiance, Aaheli does an excellent job of standing out from the many options in its vicinity. With killer combination thalis including the Mahabhog Thali and the Rajbhog Thali, the place serves some of the best Shukto, Bati Chingri, Doi Ilish, and Chingrir that you will get in Rajarhat. The place sees a sell-out crowd on weekend, for which your only option would be calling in for a reservation at first. The place makes a real effort to maintain the traditional Bengali feel?even the wait staff are dressed in traditional Bengali attire. Of course, it is on the pricy side, but the high-quality of dishes and the excellent service and ambiance make it worth every penny.