If you plan to spend a weekend in West Bengal, then you may get to experience some diverse food options. For the unexperimental kinds, the place has numerous Indian, Chinese and Continental places. But if you want to have the complete Bengali experience then you must try dishes like an eggroll, Fish curry, Chicken Kasha, Mutton Kasha, Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian Biryani, Bengali Fish Fry, Puri Chole and Chum Chum. The best part of being in a place like Durgapur is that you get to relish on a diverse range of flavours from spicy eastern chillies to the sweet forever 'roshogulla'. The best place to try authentic Bengali street food is Bidhannagar where several vendors are serving Kathi rolls, homemade sweet delicacies and 'phuchkas' also called gol-gappas. If you?re looking for a delectable brunch or dinner, restaurants such as Pritika and Kohinoor are among the top choices. Some moderately priced restaurants for traditional cuisines are Evelyn and Zaykaa located near the central area. If you?re up for some Chinese, visit Hong Kong and Beijing in the city centre for a spicy meal box. Shiraz restaurant is another best pick for Mughlai serving crispy hot kebabs and rolls.