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The Best Sea Food Eateries In Kolkata

The Best Sea Food Eateries In Kolkata

Kolkata's main cuisine is seafood. Wherever you go, you will find some form of seafood on the menu, from succulent crabs to tasty fishes, diners are spoilt for choice. Find the best sea food eateries here with our guide.

Santa's Fantasia : Located in golpark this place will offer you such a wide range of sea food that you might just consider yourself to be in Goa for a fraction of second. For a change you can even try their tribal dishes!
From green rice to bamboo stuffed chicken every dish is different in it's own way.
P.S - The crunchy spiced Octopus is a must try for everyone.
Pocket Pinch : INR 800 - 1000 for two

Coastal Macha : This food joint brings to  Kolkata the best of keralian and coastal cuisine . The decor along with the  music is so amazing it will instantly start giving you vacation vibes. Located in Sadan Avenue this eatery will suffice the sea food lover in you .

Pocket Pinch : INR 500 - 800 for two.

Ecstasea : Also located in sadan avenue this place is famous for the squid , crab and octopus dishes . The best thing about this restaurant is that it is superly affordable . We will recommend everyone to try out their lipsmacking crab in green chilly sauce .

Pocket Pinch : INR 600 for two.


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