Tolly Tales Reviews and Ratings - Lake Garden, Kolkata
by Paramita Sarkar
Tolly tales is a tollywood theme based diner. It is owned by Deb.. the current superstar of Tollywood.. The walls are decorated with posters of Bengali movies of yesteryears and of course Deb's. The restaurant is nicely decorated but dimly lit. We ordered one cocktail and one mocktail... both were really good thus increasing our expectations. Got a one on one offer. The mocktail.. Italian smooch was really great. Then arrived our Beer batter fish.. It was a sixer..too yumm. Next arrived our non veg rissotto.. Flavourful, cheesy, full of chicken. Next arrived our grilled fish.. fresh fish served with mashed potato and veggies. All that we had was really delicious and really went beyond our expectations. I also packed some mixed hakka noodles and pan fried chicken. Both were very tasty. Loved the experience for the food.
by Pritikana Banerjee
This place is located in the streets of Southern Avenue, just opposite to xrong place.. The ambience of this place is good with slow music playing in the background and live sports screening. The service and the staffs were good. Food is available at a reasonable price and is good, but if you want some loud music this is not the place for you..
by Rai Sarkar
If you have a plan to chill with friends and booze or a date night,this place is the best for both occasions.Locating near the lake mall and the food hub of southern avenue this place was very easy to find out. Food :From continental cuisine We ordered 1.Chicken popcorn : the little chicken balls were very cryspy and properly cooked with tasty mayo and some salad.5/(5) 2.Beer batter fried fish: The fish was very soft and juicy with a crunchy coating,served with an awesome dips and some french fries.Though its flavour was a little bit light but quantity was very satisfying.4/(5) From Chinese menu we tried 3.Roasted pork in Oyster sauce: We are not chilly sauce lover so the staff recommended us this dish.This was my favourite item.The pork pieces were very tender and delicious with the heavenly oyster sauce.This dish had a right balance of herbs and spices.6/(5)😊😊😃 We also tried some drinks.Though the alcoholic beverages were a little bit expensive but the foods were at a reasonable price and quantity wise also very satisfying. Ambience: Nicely decorated with a lot of movie posters of 80's to modern times.Dim lights and live screens have perfectly balanced the interior movie theme. 5/(5) Service: Prompt 5/(5) staff: friendly and helpful 5/(5).Overall we had a nice weekend hangout.😊😊
This is my third visit to this place.This time I ordered Crispy Chilli Potatoes ,Chilli chicken (dry), and for mains I has veg noodles and Fish in hot garlic....The most disappointing fact which is to be mentioned is staaf's lack of attention towards the visitors.They do not note down the orders that are being made.And as I expected blunder happened.Instead of serving veg fried rice (which I ordered) they served noodles.And on questiong them, that liar staff started justifying his stand that he confirmed three times from me . The dishes were good to taste although I didn't find any crisp in the crispy potatoes....Anyway you can expect good food at a reasonable price at this place...But such unprofessional morons must be tactfully handled........
by Shiboli Mukhopadhyaya
Very disappointed with the service. Pork and lamb options from their continental menu weren't available. We had to wait for an hour to get the main course. We were so frustrated with the late service that at one point of time, we thought of leaving the place without having the main course. Food is pretty good! Loved their beer battered fish fry, pan grilled fish,chilli chicken, smoked chicken. The mocktail, polar bear, was refreshing and tasty!! Oriental chicken steak which was not to our liking, had a distinct coconutty smell. The mashed potatoes accompanying smoked chicken was delicious. Interiors are great. Movie posters and pictures hung to the wall everywhere. The cafe is dimly lit. Even the washroom was impressive. Framed photographs of Bangla movies were put up inside the washroom.