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The lone Indian “city of joy” on the list of the world’s top 11 food destinations is “Land of Aloo in Biryani”

According to a website called Eaters, Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, India, has made it to the list of the top eleven food destinations in the globe for 2023—not Delhi or Mumbai.

The cuisines from Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Tamaki Makaurau (New Zealand), Asheville (North Carolina), Halland (Sweden), Manila (Philippines), Dakar (Senegal), Cambridge (England), Sardinia (Italy), Albuquerque (New Mexico), Cambridge (England), Dakar (Senegal), Asheville (North Carolina), Halland (Sweden), and Guatemala City (Guatemala) were among others.

Eater announced this on its official Instagram account. In choosing the dining destinations for 2023, Eater states that “we thought not just about hit lists and must-try dishes (although those are important, too), but also about the aspects of meals that make them feel immersive: the people, environment, culture, and history behind foods that force us to pause and tempt us from pre-planned paths.”

The state’s capital, Kolkata, has long been regarded as a cultural melting pot free from political influence on the region’s eating customs. Every Kolkatan loves home-cooked food, street food, or something from a café or restaurant menu. They are known to have in-depth conversations about plentiful, delectable cuisine and are well worth the price.

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Kolkata offers a wide variety of foods to please practically any palate, like beef biryani (of course with aloo), Phuchka, Sandesh (dessert), and the beloved Kochuri (fried puffy bread) with a potato curry infused with the flavour of dried fenugreek leaves.

The love of cuisine in Kolkata transcends economic and class barriers. Everybody may find something delicious to eat, whether they want a Machcher Jhol (fish curry) for everyday comfort or a Kosha Mangsho (hot Bengali mutton curry).

Kolkata’s solid industrial heritage coexists with its intense intellectualism, which leaves room for the city’s diverse food scene. According to Eater, the city’s practical cafes, known as “pice hotels,” which mainly serve working-class patrons unpretentious Bengali food at affordable costs, are a testament to the city’s industrial past.

Political discussions in Kolkata are never complete without a cup of milk tea in a tiny earthen cup. Here is where a love of all things delicious begins.

The editor from Kolkata will advise you to visit and sample the “City of Joy’s” phuchka, Kolkata Biryani, Desi Chinese, Kati rolls, Tele Bhaja (everything fried), and sweets before making a decision.

Oh, and remember to pack your Mishti Doi before you leave.

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