There's nothing quite like that first bite of a Bengali meal - the rumbles of your belly finally quiet as the aloo bhaja does its magic, kosha maangsho caresses your buds, and this sentence is becoming increasingly sensual. Anyway, in case you're in the mood for some Bong food, dude - here's a list!

1. Madly Bangalee

Wake up and smell the luchi. This restaurant in the hub of all that's Bong - C.R. Park - is supremely affordable and will sate that Bengali paet.

Recommended: Chicken Lebu Lonka

Address: K1/52, Ground Floor, Chittaranjan Park

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2. City of Joy

Super popular among everybody who digs the food of the bhadralok, City of Joy whips up a mean prawn malai curry. Dig in!

Recommended: Fish Kobiraji

Address: 1st Floor, Aravali Shopping Complex, Alaknanda

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3. Maa Tara

Get your kosha maangsho and shorsher maach from one of the best spots in town. Maa Tara is affordable, welcoming and as authentic as it gets.

Recommended: Kosha Maangsho

Address: Shop No: 45, 46, 47, Market No: 2, Chittranjan Park

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4. Bijoli Grill

Get yourself a Special Combo Thali here and thank me later. Great Bengali food is just a metro ride away.

Recommended: Special Combo Thali

Address: Dilli Haat

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5. Oh! Calcutta

There's few things better than fried fish and beer. AT Oh! Calcutta, you can get both, with quality to spare!

Recommended: Shorshey Bhapa Chingri (Steamed Mustard Prawn)

Address: Ground Floor, E Block, Opposite Satyam Cinema, Nehru Place

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6. Abar Khabo

Good prices and great quantities do a good restaurant make. Begun bhaja never smelled so good.

Recommended: Bengali Samosa, Mangsho Aaloo Jhol

Address: Qutab Plaza Market, DLF Phase 1, Gurgaon

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7. Kolkata Biryani House

The go-to place for all your Bengali biryani needs - aloo, anda et al. This restaurant is affordable and consistently dependable.

Recommended: Mutton Biryani, Mishti Doi

Address: Ground Floor, Market 1, Chittaranjan Park

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8. Amar Shonar Bangla

You can't get more Bengali than this place right here. Service is quick, the food is fresh and the vibes are just right.

Recommended: Luchi, Begun Bhaja, Fish Butter Fry

Address: Market No.2, Chittaranjan

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9. Dadu Cutlet Shop

One of the most famous spots in CR Park, Dadu's cutlets are a thing of legend. It's takeaway only, so pack yourselves some fried balls of happiness.

Recommended: Mutton Cutlet, Egg Devil

Address: 39, C.S.C Market 2, Chittaranjan Park

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10. Annapurna Hotel

This place has been serving solid Bengali cuisine for years, and they're mastered the art of cooking to please.

Recommended: Aloo Posto, Rui Curry

Address: Shop No. 34, Market No. 1, Chittaranjan Park

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11. DomDom Biryani

This spot is delivery only, and they've got a pretty wild range of Kolkata style biryani. Case in point - bacon biryani.

Recommended: Long Grain Biryani

Address: South Extension 2

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12. Wow! Calcutta

An easy spot to hit when that aloo bhaja craving gets a little too hectic. Wash it down with a big ol' pot of mishti doi.

Recommended: Aloo-Potol Torkari, Shorshe Maach

Address: T -1/1, 1st Floor, Khirki Extension, Malviya Nagar

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13. My Spice Kitchen

Authentic Bengali cuisine at a good rate is hard to find, which where My Spice Kitchen hits the spot. Another place with kosha maangsho to kill for.

Recommended: Kosha Maangsho, Bangla Biryani

Address: CR Park Market 1

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14. Suruchee

Located in Janakpuri, the Mughlai parantha here is a foodie's delight. West Delhi isn't exactly blessed with numerous Bong restaurants, so this one is a godsend.

Recommended: Mughlai Parantha, Mourola Maccher Chorchori

Address: 71/139, Prem Nagar, Near Choti Sabzi Mandi, Janakpuri

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15. Ki Hangla

Dwarka isn't missing out on the maachher jhol either. Their food is legit, and it'll keep you wanting more.

Recommended: Fish Fry, Rolls

Address: Vardhman Prasad Plaza, Pocket - 6, Sector -12, Dwarka

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Keep on feastin' folks.