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Nosh at the Chrome promises a great amalgamation of traditional and contemporary. Whether it is its innovative take on global cuisine, or its cutting edge vibrant interiors, Nosh's unique style is sure to enthrall you. Catering to your every culinary whim and fancy 24 x 7, it is the perfect place to unwind with its wide range of beverages and sumptuous fare.
Chef Joy Banerjee, who previously worked with Oh Calcutta and Oberoi hotels, spins up a vibrantly designed Bengali cuisine eatery called Bohemian. As its title suggests, this eatery in the busy Ballygunge precinct cooks up traditional Bengali fare with a modern twist. You can find a menu deep rooted in Kolkata's ancient cooking methods and recipes but appealing to a diverse global clientele of diners. Be it those succulent seafood preparations, soups, starters and decadent desserts, everything is cooked using locally procured ingredients and spiced to perfection.
The Corner Courtyard is a very old house that has a colonial history and was last occupied in the year 1904. It dates back to the times when the British came to India for trading spices, something, which was known only to Indians. Almost after 100 years this ancient property is transformed into a restaurant and is given an individual identify of its own. Kolkata is known as the heart of colonial India and this place will give you a feel of the British era. The restaurant is decorated in a rustic manner and offers a variety of curries and cheese.