Bengali cuisine is a culinary style originating in the Bengal region in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, which is divided between Bangladesh and the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura, and Assam’s Barak valley. There is an emphasis on fish, vegetables and lentils served with the staple rice.
Remembering The Bygone
It never really matters how you slice and dice it, food and love are inextricably tied. And with this love Shri Sushil Roy founded MITRA CAFÉ to nudge the taste buds of the people. And guess what! IT WORKED! Taking the customers as Friends Shri Roy named this place MITRA CAFÉ and since 1910 it is forming that bond of friendship between people and food.
He showed us that grandeur does not need to speak all the time, a dish made with love, care and warmth speaks all and looks so much better than anything else.
You Will Know Joie De Vivre With Mitra Cafe
Having diversity in cuisine, started from the starters, main courses and desserts Mitra Café stands tall in various places all over Kolkata. We have outlets outside Kolkata as well. So if you ever feel the craving for Kolkata food, stop thinking and follow your heart to THE MITRA CAFE.
Over 250 Delicious & Tasty
For your comfort
Enjoy with Family and Friends
10% Discount for Family Parties!
At The Special Moments
Life can be very incalculable sometimes, so we always need rest our pace and smell the roses every once in a while. We know how much you wish to spend your special moments with your friends or family and if good food comes along on that day it becomes splendid! Come here and leave that responsibility on us. We promise you giving the best food of your life so that words become inadequate.
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Spices are an essential feature of Indian cuisine. These spices give a distinct flavor and aroma to your dishes. Each spice has its unique flavour and the right combination of these spices can turn a simple dish into extraordinary. Spices are the heartbeat of a Bengali kitchen.
No! This special preparation of this cutlet has nothing to do with the Kabiraji that is Ayurveda or its medicine, the main confusion grew and finally imposed on the name of this fish cutlet.