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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

RadhaBallavi @ Ganguram shop Maniktata Calcutta

This is the original ganguram shop in north calcutta it is over 100 yrs old and the radhaballavi ( a bengali puri with filling inside) with aloo dum is out of the world ....


Two radhaballavi and aloo dum costs about rs 20 there and  the place is clean enough to eat there ..
dont miss this place 

15 comments:

Dibakar Sarkar said...

I am fortunate enough to have found them!!!

Shri Ram Ayyangar said...

A suggestion- please also give addresses/location of eateries while you post such information so that those from other places visiting Kolkata can trace those places without much difficulty..

devashis said...

Well i have noted the point ... the place shown above is at vivekanada road near maniktala lohapatty ..its a landmark place near the temple pn the road.
http://maps.google.co.in/maps/place?um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=ganguram+and+sons&fb=1&gl=in&hq=ganguram+and+sons&hnear=Kolkata,+West+Bengal&cid=5173280160384492799

Yogesh said...

there is a same type at the dakhineshwar also...
thats also very good and reasonable enuf...

Desi Babu said...

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Please keep up the good work!

dev said...

thanks for the comments desi babu

Anna C said...

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Magic of Spice said...

The radhaballavi sounds delicious, something I have never tried before...

PALATABLE said...

This is awesome! Wish I can taste them...

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cake said...

You are so lucky you got to eat at a place that's a 100 years old. I have never had radhaballavi but it sure looks yummy.
-Abeer @ www.cakewhiz.com

Torviewtoronto said...

it does sound delicious
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dev said...

thanks all

women-wisdom.com said...

Just stopped by on yours blog. You have awesome and delish info on Indian delights. Happy to follow you.

dev said...

women wisdom thanks

Neel said...

This is amazing . brought back so many memories.