We are a gourmand couple who love to discover new places and eat our hearts out. Follow us for a guilt trip along the food road.
Ok. Lets talk about Bengali Cuisine. When one hears Jhaal (Spicy), Tok (Sour), Nonta (Salty) and Mishty (Sweet) it becomes a memorable experience either being a Bengali or a non Bengali.
One doesn’t necessarily have to be a foodie to relish a “Dim Sorshe or the Chicken Rezalla or the simple Luchhi & aaloo dum”. Speaking of which, we found Kolkata here in Mumbai.
“Iti” in Bengali means “The end, and the start of a new beginning” Likewise it means the END of searching for a place where authentic Bengali food is served and the START of visiting it everytime you crave for one.
Our journey with Iti started when they opened a small outlet in Vashi. from that time there was no looking back. We’ve been visiting them religiously ever since. There hasn’t been much of a change in their taste now that they’ve shifted to a newer and bigger place. How can one expect something “Perfect” to be more “Perfect” !
Now coming to the food part. We’ve had alomst everything from the menu starting from the Chicken Chaap, Dhokar Dalna, Rezalla, Luchhi with Cholar Dal/ Aaloo Dum to the Notun Gurer Rosagulla, Gurer IceCream and Mishti Doi (do note these are offhand names we could remember) Anything and everyrhing made here makes us time travel to Kolkata and back to reality within the dining span.