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Bhoomi (The Earth)

The award-winning fine dining bengali food restaurant

In the fragrant environs of a quaint two-storey mud house, Bengali food is not merely a meal; it is an experience. With both à la carte and thali (multiple courses served together) options, Bhoomi is a bengali food restaurant that serves Bengali food from either side of the River Padma, with an unmatchable earthy feel of creative, regional specialty cuisine. In the setting of an erstwhile Bengali village complete with a courtyard and indigenous Bengali artwork; savour the smells, textures and tastes of Bengal.

Bhoomi creates simple, delicious Bengali meals with locally procured ingredient.Most vegetables are grown in the verdant greens of Vedic Village Spa Resort, a farm-to-fork freshness that is the very ethos of Bengali food.

Here are some Bengali cuisine staples with timeless appeal:

  • ALPO-SALPO | NIRAMISH (vegetarian starters)

    POSTO NARKOL BORA

    A deep-fried crunchy delight, this coin-shaped starter is a delightful combination of poppy seeds and grated coconut, tawa fried.


    ALPO-SALPO | AMISH (non-vegetarian starters)

    MANGSHER GHUGNI

    Made with love (and a magical combination of spices), savour this unique concoction of dried yellow peas with potato and mutton mince.


    MOHABHOJ | AMISH (non-vegetarian mains)

    SMOKED BHETKI

    The love for fish is synonymous with Bengali cuisine. This classic dish with a Bhoomi twist has melt-in-the-mouth locally caught becti smoked to perfection with an unmistakable woody flavour.

    THAKUMAR BHAPA CHINGRI

    Nothing compares to grandma’s cooking, but this dish comes close with perfectly steamed, marinated prawns in a bewitching mustard base.

    DAAB CHINGRI

    A prized specialty, this is not just a testament to the complexity of Bengali cuisine, but also its innovation. As the name suggests, this uniquely flavoured dish has marinated prawns cooked and served inside a tender coconut.

    KOSHA MANGSHO

    A favourite during Bengali celebrations, there is nothing standard about this slow-cooked delight, with tender lamb chunks in a rich brown gravy that begs to be licked clean.


    MOHABHOJ | NIRAMISH (vegetarian mains)

    PHULKOPI ROAST

    The combination of the nutty texture of cauliflower and the freshness of green peas makes for a explosion of faultless flavours.

    SHORSE DHONEY PATA SEEM

    Some triumvirates conquer palates. This slow-cooked medley of flat beans, mustard and coriander hits all the right spots, and more.

    Lunch : 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
    Dinner : 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm