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    Fried Chicken

    A black 1933 Humber stands forgotten in a glass case at the Uttarayan Complex in Santiniketan, its days of wandering firmly over.…
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    Flavours of Darjeeling

    Distance from Kolkata: 124 km Driving Time: 3 hours Road Trip: 1 day Scattered with hidden anecdotes of a majestic past, Ballal…
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    Shake it up this summer

    Summer is finally upon us and the sweltering heat can prove to be quite a buzzkill. But luckily for us, the ever-evolving…

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    Crushing on Waffles

    Distance from Kolkata: 835 km Driving time: 20 hours Road Trip: 5-6 days On the last day of our drive tour to…
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    5 Must-visit Burger Hot Spots

    In a bid to educate the WHEELERS on advanced driving techniques and to promote driving safety, ‘Kolkata on WHEELS’ organised a one-day…
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    Mediterranean Cuisine: wins over Kolkata

    Sunday, 17th July saw the WHEELERS assemble at The Fern Residency Hotel in Rajarhat for a daylong session for what was presumably…
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    Dada Boudir Biryani

    Driving on highway is enjoyable but can be dangerous if you do not know the rules or fail to take precautions. Since…
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    Authentic Chinese

    Team WHEELS undertook a mission to discover restaurants serving authentic Chinese dishes in the city. We asked around, particularly those of Chinese…
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    Dine on Roof-Top

    Winter has finally arrived. The nip is in the air. The strains of Jingle Bells can be heard. Undoubtedly, Kolkata is in…
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    Breakfast at Kolkata’s Chinaland

    Kolkatans swear by Chinese cuisine and I am no exception to this rule nurturing a fetish for authentic Chinese delicacies since my…
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    Bengali food that cuts across borders

    Till the 1990s, Bengali food – cooked just like home – was sold by restaurants that were all located in north Kolkata.…
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    Mocambo: Where nostalgia meets excellence

    The Nordmanns – Derek and Angelina – visit Kolkata every autumn and stay at the best hotels in the city, but when…
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    Kitchens of Bengal the art of Zemindari Cuisine

    It is often said while others eat to live, Bengalis live to eat. The heart and soul of Bengali cuisine are of…
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    Best 5 Biryanis of Kolkata

    Team WHEELS traversed through the length and breadth of the city to rate the best biryanis of Kolkata. The challenging task though…
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    Anglo-Indian fare: Colonial Cousins

    The Anglo-Indian community is an integral part of Calcutta's cultural heritage. This community is two hundred years old with origins dating back…
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