Bhojohari Manna was one of the pioneers of organised retail Bengali cuisine, in the heart of Bengal. They came with a bang, and also kept expanding. The clientele mainly consisted of Bengalis, who wanted a good Bengali meal, which they could not cook at home. However, with the passage of time, quality standards have started to suffer. With about 60 items on the menu, so to speak, about 10 would be excellent in quality, about 20 would be average, and the rest best avoided. One has to be really lucky to choose the good items. The other thing is that it is no longer an affordable establishment for the average middle class Bengali; it has become very expensive. However, it carries on, and I advise you to keep your fingers crossed before entering the restaurant.
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