The Salt House Is Where Kolkata Is Brunching On Sunday

Looking for somewhere to brunch over the weekend? The Salt House, a rooftop cafe and all-day dining space, is where you need to be.

Salt House

Before we go any further, let’s take a moment to appreciate the vibe, Even though the view might not be much to right home about {the surroundings buildings aren’t any viewing pleasure} but the vibe of the open courtyard space {the most attractive of the dining areas in the restaurant} is casual, fun and just what you need if you want a relaxing afternoon out. They play jazz and we are all about it.

Salt House Decour

Say hello to one of the city’s most Insta-worthy wall. Looking like a pin straight out of Pinterest, this wall will do wonders for your carvings for nature {it’s lined with gorgeous plants} and your OCD {the symmetry of the wall is spectacular}.

Breakfast is for all day, every day and that’s exactly what The Salt House menu is all about {who persecuted scrambled eggs to the ‘before 11 am’ time slot anyway?}. We’re all about digging into the elegant and sophisticated yet wholesome and completely soul-satisfying food on offer.

Salt House Food

The scrambled eggs with truffle are everything you love about Sunday breakfast eggs {creamy, light yet flavorful} with the touch of sophistication from the truffle oil. The Eggs Benedict is another big one. For someone who doesn’t love eggs, this rendition of the classic dish is extremely satisfying.

Dessert

Their desserts are worth every cheat-day calorie and hour spent sweating it out at the gym. The ‘healthiest’ option on the menu, the doi and berries is a simple combination of fresh berries {bonus points for quality produce} with not-too-sweet yoghurt with nolen gur for that Calcutta flavour.

Want to go indulgent? We’re going out on a limb and predicting that their signature dessert is going to be this Hazelnut slice. Deceptively simple, this multi-layered textural slice is a pure delight for all who love chocolate {think Ferrero Rocher meets a giant Snickers bar}.

Dessert

Our newest favourite is the chocolate fondant. Served with a berry compote and white chocolate, the warm fondant is surprisingly not overly-sweet {in fact, if you like your chocolate on the dark side, border-lining bitter, this one is for you. Not to mention, it’s picture perfect.

Salt House FoodPS: Pizzas are going to be added to the menu soon {we’ve got our eyes set on that wood-fired oven!} as will alcohol {but they already have really innovative non-alcholic drinks on the menu. We are all about this refreshing light strawberry ginger ale spritzer}.

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