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.
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.”