Known for: Crispy Chilli Babycorn, Corn Cheesecake, Tandoori Paneer Tikka
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Had gone for Lunch to Casa Kitchen last week and the review is as follows.
Location:Situated on AJC bose RD opp Camac Street crossing and very easy to locate.Decor: The decor is very nice and the interior is really great.Food: We tried North Indian dishes. We ordered Paneer Tikka, Dahi ke Kebab, Masala Kulcha, Peas Pullao, Boondi Raita and Green Salad. The dishes are really superb and well prepared. Specially the Paneer Tikka was great and the paneer was fresh and delicious. We enjoyed our meal and next time will try some Chinese fare.Staff: Very friendly and always ready to help.Pricing: The pricing is a little bit high specially if you compare it to other veg restaurants.Overall I would say that its a good place for the veggies as they have a wide menu to offer but the price is on the higher side------little bit.
On 26th November 2013, my wife and myself visited this restaurant. The reason was that we do not eat non-veg on Tuesdays and as per Burrp!, this is perhaps the best food joint for veg food. Location and ambiance is excellent, at least for us. All glass and sofas and lighting's...Everything was nice and spectacular but it is the food that counts after all! We are Chinese food lovers and we have dined in almost every Chinese food joint in this city, naturally we ordered Chinese- Hot N Sower soup, Hakka Veg chow-mien and an unknown dish with potato. Honestly speaking price never have been a problem for us if the quality is excellent and we expected the same here but there began our sky-fall. Taste was average for such a food joint and price but the quantity, it was unexpected indeed. A plate of veg chow-mien costs 185 Rs+tax....You naturally expect it to be adequate. Oh my god! We went out almost empty stomach since my wife got furious. Sorry Sir, Tong Fong, Beijing, Kim Ling, Bar Be Que and any other posh Chinese restaurants serves better food in adequate quantity at a much better price. 650 Rs for such a meager meal.....It is indeed frustrating! We shall never visit it again and no, we won't recommend it since the manager should know in Kolkata people have Chinese dishes in twin sharing basis and it is not the place for that. Thumbs down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!