We ended up in this restaurant per chance when we were looking for a place for breakfast. They have good samosas and pooris. I did not care much for the dhokla and tea though. Yes, they can improve on the hygiene front but then, you will remove a pretty big selection of restaurants in India. They have great Bengali sweets. And they are open early enough that you can have breakfast. Come to think of it, we were right next to Assam and the tea was always pathetic.
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