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From the streets of India to the lanes of Wan Chai, Bengal Brothers introduces street-side cuisine to the Fragrant Harbour.

When we think of Indian cuisine we often think of aromatic yet complex curries and dishes that momma passes down through the generations. However, the reality is many modern Indian urbanites sustain on far simpler fare, snacks served at roadside stalls that are as easy to eat as they are delicious.

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Opening in July, Bengal Brothers hopes to bring some of India’s favourite street food, from Kati Rolls to “First Class” bowls, to the hungry masses of Hong Kong. The restaurant’s menu pays homage to the street-side eateries of India’s greatest cities, including Kolkata, the capital of Bengal, with a menu that’s simplistic but packed with flavour.

From the streets of India to the lanes of Wan Chai, Bengal Brothers introduces street-side cuisine to the Fragrant Harbour.

Highlights include the quintessential Indian wrap, the Kati Roll, which will be available in Hong Kong for the first time. Originating in Kolkata and consisting of chunks of chargrilled juicy meat or vegetables, topped with a crunchy fresh salad, drizzled with tangy chutneys and spices, and stuffed into rolled, house-made paratha flatbread, these rolls are designed for busy professionals looking for the perfect grab-and-go meal.

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Promising a burst of flavour, quality and nutrition in a format that is quick, convenient and affordable, Bengal Brothers is set to open in July on Wan Chai’s Johnston Road.

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