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Chitpur is one of the oldest localities in Kolkata. And nestled here near the Nakhoda Masjid is one of the famous food destinations in the city named Zakaria Street. During Ramzan this place comes alive with various foods prepared for Iftar. On other days too it’s a haven for biryani, kebabs, haleem, halwa etc. In this episode we are on a walking tour at the place along with our gracious host Pamela Das.

Our first destination here was Bombay Hotel. As we reached there we were welcomed by a lively crowd of happy customers and an enticing aroma of the curries and breads. Our pick was the spicy and wholesome Dal Gosht and Khamiri roti. It was quite flavourful and easy on pocket as well.

Second stop was Dilli 6, an eatery specialising in delicacies from Old Delhi. The cook here was very well informed about the eating scene at Delhi. After a hearty chat we went on to try their famous Chicken Afghani. This creamy buttery grilled chicken based dish was pure indulgence.
From there we went to the third destination named Taskeen. It is an institution when it comes to fried chicken. Their Murg Changezi which was essentially double fried chicken based appetizer was phenomenal. The genial owner informed us that the marinade used in the dish has 51 different ingredients. It was a mind blowing revelation indeed. We also tried some Kesariya falooda which was rich and distinctly luscious.

Fourth stop was a vendor selling anrasa or deep fried sweet rice flour dumpling. This was quite a popular snack with labourers from Bihar who reside in this area.
Soon for a tea break we checked in to our fifth destination Baba tea stall. It was super crowded. People were joyfully chatting over endless cups of tea that was served in bhars or clay cups. The tea was quite good.

After that invigorating sip we headed on to try the fabled suta kebab from Adams kebab. But in between we did sneak in some appetite for a small piece of fresh kalakand and patti samosa.
On reaching Adam’ s we were deeply fascinated to witness the preparation of the suta kebab. The mutton kebabs were a piece of art. The final product was a meaty granular stuff that was phenomenal.

Our final destination of the gastronomic tour was the century old Haji Allauddin sweet shop. Their sweets, especially halwas, are too renowned. It was a joyful opportunity to listen to the young owner Hamd who zealously acquainted us with some of their hot selling fares. Their signature Batissa halwa just blew our mind with its unusually luscious taste and textures. We also finished off some mava ladoo, akhrot halwa and dahi balushahi.

About the host – Anubhav Sapra

Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisine primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence. To know more, visit www.anubhavsapra.com

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  1. Harchita Mulani

    I would not call the girl bhukkad, bhai khane ka vlog h to khaoge na infact she isn't camera shy. Kudos. Bindaas raho!

  2. Basudeb Mukherjee

    Humble suggestion- you may comment on the nutritional value of the foods in a subtle way . If you feel I may help you. – Dr Basudeb Mukhopadhyay


    Khabu ladki bss khati jaa rahi h ,gaid kya karegi ,isko khane ke liye sunahra mauka mil gya

  4. Sourav Biswas

    I really liked the Taskeen restaurant owner, very friendly and warm

  5. Sumon Sarkar

    Re behen ji thoda ruk jaoooo

  6. Shakti Sawant

    मै थूकता हू non veg ho या veg पहले मे supporter था परंतु BEEF DISH आज कोलकाता मे खाई गौ मा का मांस खाया ऐसे तेरे मा बाप को काट कर खाया जायेगा

  7. Ajit Mandal

    Apke vlogs Dekh ke hum bhi bhool Gaye sare gummmmm

  8. azhar banti

    Jo chis Nigha hoo me aacha lagega o khane meV aacha lagega.ea too100% thik haa

  9. Vice Versa

    Everything ws cool abt this vlog except the host.

  10. Hemant Patel

    Saale Hindu hokar kitne garv se beef ki baatein kar raha..rakshas

  11. Shoukat Ali

    Love you sir ap ne Azan ko bhi continue rakha
    Let ve from Pakistan

  12. Deepak Kumar

    I got the little smile when that guy knew everything about Old delhi, which is basically their hotel name Dilli 6, so you can taste the dilli there for sure, aur agr wha chicken fry ko changezi aur chngezi ko tawa chicken, to original tawa chicken ko kya bolte hai ?

  13. Rohanpreet singh

    Lund mera 52 masala chutiya sala

  14. Ume Arham

    Soo yummmy mouth watering wish to enjoy all these foods from Pakistan


    Ye guide pagal hai kya ? Badi masjid gai but The Royal Indian Hotel leke nahi gai… he missed world's best mutton chap n reshmi kabab…unlucky Anchor cuz of fool guid.


    Sir kbi kashmir ka tour b karlo

  17. Anupriya .S.K

    That girl is so annoying..

    Pahilay khalu fukat ka types..


    You are sharing the food items along with the guest person in the same plate, glass, cup, dona which is disgusting. May be under your influence they are not objecting but it is visible from their attitude. Your videos are undoubtedly very interesting and informative. I have seen your most of the videos that mouth watering…. yammy


    Beef aloo and other type of samosa fried in the same kadai…. how come you are able to eat it…..

  20. Bhaskhar Namboori

    Sab Mia log yaha smuggling krte hai gaay ki Bangladesh mei

  21. Sajid Bashir

    You prounced it wrong , its zakriya

  22. Sajid Bashir

    Pamela describe everything very well.

  23. Akarsh Yadav

    Vinod Dua Sir has set a benchmark for food tours…Abhinav sir seems to be inspired by him (courtesy: the words he use)

  24. San Bajwa

    Please show us some Jhatka non-veg places too.

  25. Athar Jamal

    In Karachi, Pakistan,
    Bihari Kabab and Delhi Nihari are more familiar than others

  26. Kashyf Khysal

    Boht bardya kam kr rahe hy team Delhi Food

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