From supper club origins to a permanent site, Prabir Kumar Chattopadhyay and Biswajit Deb Das are introducing their Bengali cuisine to hungry Londoners.
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Little Kolkata Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Little Kolkata is definitely aiming to showcase a range of more interesting regional Indian dishes, some more successful than others. The lunchtime bento box is good value and offers a good choice. The main menu is a little confused in the designation of small plates and main dishes. Even our waiter admitted than some of the mains were quite small and some of the small plates large. However all the dishes are delicious and there is a good choice for vegetarians. Being tucked away on the that part of Shelton street away from Neal Street it is easily missed which is a pity as it is a welcome addition to the small restaurants in this area which is rapidly being taken over by chains."
"A small restaurant serving specialities from Calcutta and Bengal; you should not be surprised by founding perfect fried fish, and mustardy sauces. The "indochinese" chicken was delicious, as well as the luchi, a type of bread, and the spinach, aubergine, and pea dish. A must to visit, even if it is on Covent Garden / Seven Dials' fringes."
|Wine per bottle||£25.00|