Chelo Kebab, Peter Cat’s Signature Dish
Seven restaurants from India have made it to the list by Croatia-based food guide Taste Atlas
Taste Atlas, a renowned online food guide headquartered in Croatia, has recognized Peter Cat restaurant on Park Street as one of the world’s most legendary dining establishments.
Since its establishment in 1975, this iconic eatery in Kolkata has proudly secured the 17th position among the top 150 legendary restaurants worldwide.
In the recently published list on Friday (June 23), Taste Atlas has curated a collection of restaurants from across the globe, ranging from family-run gems to renowned Michelin-starred establishments.
The introduction to the list emphasizes that these dining venues are not mere spots to satisfy hunger but rather destinations in their own league, comparable to the world’s renowned museums, galleries, and monuments. Neglecting any of these distinctive culinary or cultural landmarks would mean overlooking an essential element of each city’s vibrant tapestry of history, tradition, and local essence, as shared by Taste Atlas.
Seven restaurants from India have made it to the list of 150. Paragon restaurant in Kozhikode claims the 11th spot, followed by Tunday Kababi (Lucknow) at 12th, Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba (Haryana) at 23rd, Mavali Tiffin Rooms (Bangalore) at 39th, Karim’s (Delhi) at 87th, and Ram Ashraya (Mumbai) at 112th.
Here’s the complete list of the ‘150 Most Legendary Restaurants in the World & Their Iconic Dishes’ as shared on the publication’s Instagram account:
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