Dum Pukht is one of India’s best restaurants and often attracts the most powerful people in the country like big industrialists, politicians, and Bollywood stars. Dum Pukht means ‘to breathe and cook,’ a cooking technique inspired by the kitchens of 18th century Awadh. The food is cooked in the traditional method in a clay pot, this process helps the meat to cook in its own juices which intensifies the flavors. The regal décor coupled with the excellent presentation evoke a sense of royalty and old world charm.
In India, you can’t talk about seafood without mentioning Bengali cuisine. Oh! Calcutta celebrates the gastronomic delights of Calcutta, a city whose food and cuisine has been influenced by various other cuisines over time like Chinese, Lucknowi and Continental. Oh! Calcutta has a variety of seafood, and is a must visit during the monsoons, when they hold a special Illish festival.