A caveat of this review is that my experience with Bengali food is limited. That said, I had one of the best meals ever at this take-out hole-in-the-wall in the Village. It is run by a small team of enthusiastic ethnic Tibetans (from the diaspora in Calcutta). The food is not just capsaicin hot (it is plenty of that, specially the roll with the habanero pepper sauce), but redolent of spices, in a manner that is hard to find in the USA, but expected for any decent food in India. I could eat here all night, and almost did. This is a shining exemplar demonstrating that you don't have to pay a lot of money to get extraordinary food. It is something of a mystery to me why they don't run a high-end operation (difficult to get capital, I suppose), but I will keep returning for their food, regardless of what they charge. An astonishing feast for the tastebuds.
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