Chirag Bhojnalay

Chirag Bhojnalay Dhaba Restaurant is housed on Prince Anwar Shah Road in Kolkata. Here guests can order for Chinese and North Indian cuisine. The scrumptious array of delights at casual style eatery includes Pasta Macronni, Veg. Manchurian, Cheese Manchurian, Chilli Noodles, Chilli Paneer, Spring Roll, Chowmien, Kadhai Paneer, Haandi Paneer. Mix Veg., malai Kofta, Chirag […]

Chirag Bhojnalay Dhaba Restaurant is housed on Prince Anwar Shah Road in Kolkata. Here guests can order for Chinese and North Indian cuisine. The scrumptious array of delights at casual style eatery includes Pasta Macronni, Veg. Manchurian, Cheese Manchurian, Chilli Noodles, Chilli Paneer, Spring Roll, Chowmien, Kadhai Paneer, Haandi Paneer. Mix Veg., malai Kofta, Chirag Bhojnalay  Chicken Curry, Daal Makhni Kadai Paneer, Shahi Paneer. Kadhai chicken, Chicken Biryani, Tandoori chicken, etc. It remains open daily from 12:30 PM to 10:30 PM. It can accommodate 20 customers to seat and enjoy the food. Of facilities they offer waiter service and take away food facility. Two people can dine here for Rs. 100 and Rs. 250 on an average Chirag Bhojnalay

Based on the other reviewers I took a business associate here and we generally liked the place. In addition to a simple buffet of about 8 dishes, they bring naan, an appetizer, and tandoori chicken to your table. They lay out the naan and appetizer on the table and then serve you the chicken after you sit down. I really like this sort of personalized version of the all too boring Indian lunch buffet. Kudos to them. The servers were all pleasant and helpful. None of the dishes were spicy so if you want that, you’ll have to load up on the chutneys to spice it up yourself. The place had a nice vibe and buzz within 15 mins of opening. It had good decor and wasn’t in need of an update like many Indian establishments tend to be these days.

When you are looking for proper Indian food with in Dhaka, this is pretty much the best place to go to. There is a wide variety of dishes available here ranging from Chats, Dosa on the snacky side to the spread of Indian Dishes including curries, breads, rice and other such dishes.
It must be remembered that Bangladesh adds a certain amount of ‘sweet’ to all of it’s food – Personal Experience. The Jal-frezi or Kolhapuri at the Dhaba are sweet-ish as compared to the signature heat that these dishes bring.
The chicken preparations are wholesome, and are tasty too.
Order the Garlic Naan with Chicken and that is pretty much it.
The ambience is nice too, with an old school, plain and simple seating across the entire ground level at the Banani outlet.