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This restaurant serves typical Bengali food in a rustic setting. They serve food in brass plates and water in brass glasses. On table the water jug is made up of copper. You can however ask for mineral water bottle.
Vegetarian Thali costs Rs 120. You...can add non vegetarian dishes to your order. The vegetarian fare included mixed vegetable, aloo poshto, begun bhaja (fried egg plants) daal, Rice, Papad etc.
We added betki fish and prawns (jhinga machh) to our list. The curries are typical Bengali preparations. The restaurant is located in a village type setting. The Rice vegetables and daal are served from earthenware pots.More
We heard a lot about this restaurant. But, we were deeply disappointed with the food and service provided to us.
The way the meal was served was awful. Rice was just being thrown on my dish (lotus leaf). We ordered vegetable thali, mutton and chicken...curry. The quality of food was so poor.
We were also disheartened by the disgusting ambience -- clamorous crowd and so noisy.We'd never go there in future.More
We visited there 9th Feb . But got to know that an incident happened in the resort on 5th due to which the panchayat has closed it temporarily... The alternative accommodation provided to us was in nearby roshnai resort .however rooms were not that standard...of worth 3200 that we. Booked cottage in Shakuntala . Please check with the hotel before bookingMore
Quality of food is good. Perfect Bengali food. Ambiance was nice.
But sometimes they SERVED OLD FISH/CHICKEN what I have experienced.
In that case I would say bit overpriced.
If you are pricing such then you should not serve OLD CHICKEN.
The greatest advantage of staying here is that Famous Saturday Khoyai Hat is just in front of it. Don't forget to order lunch early to avoid the rush. Room's are not spacious but staffs are very helpful.
The location has captured the Haat buyers, both as a coffee-shop and restaurant. With a modest beginning some years ago when the Haat itself was just No.1, the sheer growth in numbers poses a challenge for standards of cooking, service and hygiene. The noisy atmosphere...appeals to the young family crowds, in contrast to the peaceful view of green fields and palm trees behind. Closer supervision required in order to raise standards.More
Response from AmitPaul61 | Reviewed this property |
A number of hotel available in Shantiniketan. You can find anyone based on your budget. Mark&Madows, Camelia, Rangamati, West Bengal Tourist Lodge are few of them. For WB Tourist Lodge, you can book online... More
A number of hotel available in Shantiniketan. You can find anyone based on your budget. Mark&Madows, Camelia, Rangamati, West Bengal Tourist Lodge are few of them. For WB Tourist Lodge, you can book online through their website. For others, you can directly call them for booking and few cases they might come to ur place (if u r located in Kolkata) to complete ur booking procedure. You will also find drivers accommodation in most of these hotels.
Response from ambicalama | Reviewed this property |
It is about 30 mins from the station. You need to book an auto to the place because it is in the interior of the place close to the forest and you might not get a transport back. I would suggest to go for lunch and not... More
It is about 30 mins from the station. You need to book an auto to the place because it is in the interior of the place close to the forest and you might not get a transport back. I would suggest to go for lunch and not dinner as the place gets dark and quiet very fast. you can plan your day like this. in the morning, do the normal signtseeing of the University and museum, then go for lunch to Shakuntala and from here go the Amar Kutir n come back to the hotel.