Smoke House Deli

The restau­rant evokes the cul­tural rich­ness and charm­ing legacy of the city with a nos­tal­gic nar­ra­tive that also ap­peals to a young and mod­ern sen­si­bil­ity.

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Smoke House Deli re­cently set its foot at the lux­ury shop­ping des­ti­na­tion of Kolkata – the Quest Mall, an emerg­ing icon for the city’s changes. Spread over an area of 1800 sq.ft. on the fifth floor, the full white decor in­vokes the cus­tomers to come in and en­joy the Euro­pean cui­sine of­fered at the restau­rant. Since its in­cep­tion in 2009, Smoke House Deli has grown rapidly from a sin­gle restau­rant in Mum­bai to nine restaurants across the coun­try with a loyal fan base that ap­pre­ci­ates its menu and am­bi­ence. Riyaaz Am­lani, CEO & MD, Im­pre­sario, par­ent com­pany of Smoke House Deli says, “Smoke House Deli is an il­lus­trated mu­seum of the com­mu­nity that it’s lo­cated in. It weaves decades’ worth of sto­ries from its neigh­bour­ing lanes to­gether to soak in the essence of the city. Kolkata it­self is a mag­nif­i­cent city, in terms of the arts, cul­ture and raw in­tel­lec­tual fire­power you en­counter at ev­ery walk of life. The launch of our 9th out­post in Kolkata is a trib­ute to the gen­e­sis of

the mod­ern day city that frames its nar­ra­tive in dry wit, and proudly dis­plays on the walls. per­son­ally hope the city’s din­ers will en­joy the Smoke House Deli ex­pe­ri­ence in Kolkata. More so, be­cause, this is the first time that the brand - imag­ined as the amal­ga­ma­tion of a time­less Euro­pean cafe with a mod­ern twist - is ven­tur­ing into the east of In­dia. Smoke House Deli of­fers a ca­sual fine din­ing Euro­pean Cafe am­bi­ence which is our USP and we have been wel­comed with lot of af­fec­tion and love in the city. We selected Quest be­cause it is the new emerg­ing Kolkata and we do have fur­ther plans to launch all other brands of Im­pre­sario here as well.” In­stru­men­tal in bring­ing the Kolkata edi­tion of Smoke House Deli to life are Manjri Agar­wal and Ab­hi­lasha Sethia, of Pecorino Foods who share their thoughts on the same, "We both felt that the finer nu­ances to the city's cul­ture needed to be show­cased in a way that's ap­peal­ing to a younger, more worldly gen­er­a­tion.”

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