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Best Siliguri Food Tour Part 3/3 I HUGE Local Fish Thali + Oldest Chinese Restaurant + Chicken Roll



Today’s episode is about our final gastronomic tour in Siliguri and we are out to explore some more eateries whose menu are the talk of the town. To guide us on this tour we have with us our gracious host Prerna from Our Guest Travels.

The first stop of this tour was the New Kalpataru hotel. It is a pice hotel that serves authentic Bengali meals. Their fish items are much loved and hence it attracts patrons from far and near. We tried some veg dishes, a couple of fish delicacies and chutney. Our favourite was the jhuri aalu bhaja, chitoler kalia and amshotto chatni.

This was followed by a Chinese dish at one of city’s oldest Chinese restaurants named Tai Wah. It was a delicate and light wonton soup. This experience turned out to be more memorable because of the heartwarming interaction with the genial and humble owner.

The penultimate stop was Zaika Biryani House where we picked up their hot selling chicken roll which was succulent and flavourful. The owner also treated us to their hot selling biryani and mutton curry. The latter one was quite amazing.

The final stop was a cheerful Korean Bakery named Himal Tree. Prerna took us there for their baby choux pastry. The soft and pillowy bread stuffed with custard cream was phenomenal.

Siliguri’s food scene was truly vibrant and gratifying. We still had lot to explore but this tour marks the end for this visit.

About the host – Anubhav Sapra
https://anubhavsapra.com/

Anubhav Sapra is an avid culinary explorer who loves to travel and explore different cuisines primarily the street food, not just for the sake of gustatory pleasure but also for quenching his deep thirst for nurturing new cultural connections through the kaleidoscopic canvas of food. He believes that the vibrant and delectable street food tradition across the globe has the power to bring communities together and foster harmonious human existence.

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Text by Swetaleena Nayak

What do you think?

23 Comments

  1. Welcome to Siliguri Sir We are pleased that you come here and show our culture to all Indians

  2. Don't promote the cruelity in the form of nonveg, because you so many animals killed everyday,save the animals shame on you because you are more responsible than a Kasai who cut the animals

  3. Albeit Missed a lot of places…bjp, Varun hotel, momo Galli, lic building, isckon mandir, momos in Pradhan nagar and a lot many more places, the effort is commendable.

  4. Thank u Anubhav. I am Ramanathan, from TamilNadu. I am always like your food video. But only problem don't know hindi. This silguri tour video have English subtitles, I really enjoyed from my heart. Please future video please upload all with English subtitles. Thank u

  5. Waooo feeling nostalgic watching siliguri vlogs… We were there for few months and food used to be so good /old city charm filled dishes

  6. Anubhav the series is just amazing .Pls share prerna email or insta id. If we plan fr NER tour she can help

  7. Please add restaurant and hotel names and also location address…if possible

  8. anubhav ji…mostly that sweet ness in chitol macch gravy is due to the use of kishmish or cinnamon (darchini in bangla)

  9. Veg jaisa healthy food is dharti pr hai hi nahi dusra koi, kyon kisi mare hue jeev jantu ko khana jo kai bimari failata hai.

  10. Very professionally made vlogs.. well researched, story telling, videography, editing…everything syncs so well. You should have your own TV show!!

  11. Sir I want to say a thing, pls don't mind. Please make videos of veg food only because ur image is such of godly nature and reflects purity.