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Step in at One Step Up and pamper your taste buds!

May 20, 2013

one step up

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

Lined with restaurants and food joints, Park Street area in Kolkata is always crowded with food lovers, hailing from all corners of the city.  From street food stalls to posh five star restaurants, Park Street resembles a unique montage of variations, styles and tastes. Here, you can get mouth watering food in some restaurants by paying a few hundred bucks while eating in some would be a pocket pinch for many. Well, I am a kind a person who follows the middle path. I don’t go in for the cheap ones nor will I be seen hanging out at five-star food hubs. I prefer restaurants in Park Street that offer delicious food at reasonable rates, and I think One Step Up is once such restaurant where you get to eat scrumptious Continental and North Indian food at very nominal cost ( meal for two costs approximately Rs. 900 + Vat + service charges).

I have eaten at One Step Up dozens of times, and I keep trying difference items from their menu. I still remember the first time I was here, I ordered a couple of Continental dishes and (I must say) I was truly satisfied. My order consisted of seafood chowder soup (a soup prepared with mixed mince of seafood and cream). Seafood is cooked with cream to bring out the salty- sweet taste. My main course included chicken Sicilian ( a taste preparation of chicken – whole chicken breast cooked in white sauce with mushrooms, topped with asparagus before baking), spaghetti carbonara (spaghetti pasta with alfredo sauce, bacon & egg yolk, topped with parmesan cheese) and fish steak (bhetki fillet cooked to perfection and served with mushroom sauce).  Each item was superbly delicious! That is the beauty of One Step Up – Brendon and his team are great at serving you consistent fare every single time you dine here!

The next time I was at One Step Up I decided to dig into their Indian preparations. This time my table was laid with hot bowls and plates of tandoori chicken, mutton seekh kebab, cheese naan and chicken shashlik (boneless chicken kebabs prepared with capsicum and tomatoes and served on a bed of buttered rice). This time, I also ordered some hot chocolate truffle (spongy and yummy!), just the right kind of thing after a sumptuous meal. The credit for preparing such delicious food obviously goes to the master chef at One Step Up. I must say that he has mastered the art of cooking perfectly. He knows the appropriate proportions of ingredients to use to make each item taste appetizing. The next time you are in Park Street, just drop in here if you can get a table!

 

Bhavesh Bhatia is a true gourmet who updates his blog regularly with restaurant reviews. Along with blog writing and posting, get information about website content writing at affordable prices – contact Bhavesh Bhatia for more details on web content writing services now!

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