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Bohemian

Camac Street Area
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Bohemian Reviews and Ratings - Camac Street Area, Kolkata

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Rated 4.0 by Aritra Bose

Went for a lunch date - started with a Kolkata Biriyani cocktail, Gondhoraj martini and the Kolkata afternoon. The kolkata afternoon was spot on with the hint of green chilli and the martini was a perfect afternoon relaxer. For appetisers, expected some more blast of flavor for the aam kashundi chicken escallops but the royal bengal sliced pork is perfect with mustard sauce. For mains, the bacon wrapped chicken with aam kashundi reduction was to die for. Blended perfectly well with the quinoa rice. Dessert was a little disappointing, as what we wanted were not available and aamarel custard wasn't upto the mark. Only saviour - the fresh chunks of mango. Drinks and food for two at Rs. 3000/-


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Rated 4.0 by Arnab Pal

A place for Bengali cuisines with a twist, that's what Bohemian is. Of course everyone knows it. But the question is: how to rate it? The interior is well-decorated, yes, but that's not important. The service is pretty slow. The items are very tasty with excellent quality, yes, but the quantity? Honestly saying, the quantity is poor. Very poor. The staff is honest enough to warn you that 'one plate is manageable by one only'. And the price? Extremely high priced items. I don't understand why all the Bengali cuisine restaurants charge so much? Anyways, the price tags here will burn a big hole in your pocket and will leave you unsatisfied (because of the poor quantity). Yeah, on a starter ₹ 700-800 of your hard earned money will go away. On main course atleast ₹1300 is bound to be spent. On a drink (non alcoholic) expect to be charged at around ₹ 300. So is this place worth a visit? Yeah, sure, if you have excess money, and it's a very special day in your life and you want to visit a 'popular' place and instagram your sordid selfies, do visit this place for a tasty yet incomplete meals.


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Rated 4.0 by Dipanwita Bag

Loved every item I tested... It's just mind blowing.Specially 'Kacha Lanka Manso' ,and the desert. Love to go again soon and try all the items.


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Rated 4.0 by Vasundhara Ganguly

Finally went to this much awaited place with my father on his birthday. It was highly recommended by friends and relatives, now I know why. Ambience: Very very tidy. Not a very spacious place but well managed. No heavy interior, it is neat, gets a funky look from quite many rock band posters casually hung on the walls. I was particularly impressed by the washroom. It's extremely clean and comfortable. Food: We were served few blocks of watermelon as palate cleanser. It was complementary. We ordered vodka soaked prawns for starters. I simply loved them. They were very fresh and tasty. For maincourse we had kachalonka mutton with a sufficient portion of rice and salad. Mutton pieces were excellent with the right amount of fat, but had it been little less spicy, I would have liked it better. My father had pabda macher jhol with assorted veggies and the perfect portion of rice. The gondholebu drink with strands of coriander soaked in it was absolutely refreshing. We ended our meal with the famous cheese malpua cake. To be honest, I did not like it. Found it bit too sweet and bland. Prices: Well, prices are on the higher end. If you want a complete experience of the place, it's approximately 3000 for two people. Overall, the place is nice, staff is courteous and food arrives on time. I will surely revisit :)


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Rated 4.0 by Shweta Sarkar Ghosh

Innovative and yummy food but highly overpriced The food tastes real well.....no matter which dish you try. Very innovative dishes....these mix-n-match combinations also exist that only most of us would not know.Quite a small place so both times we ordered since we didnot want to wait as we chose to eat there on occasions where most others would also visit. Never knew vegetarian bengali dishes could taste so out-of-the-world.