M Bar Kitchen: Mu­sic, Meal and Mar­tini comes to­gether at Park Street


MBar Kitchen, a new des­ti­na­tion for the food con­nois­seurs of Kolkata, was re­cently launched at Park Street, inside Magma House Com­plex. The place has the feel of an in­ter­na­tional gas­tro pub, set to mes­merise the palate and pro­vide an en­thused am­bi­ence with mu­sic, meal and mar­tini. The place is set over a sprawl­ing 4,000 sq ft prop­erty, cater­ing rightly to the con­cept of a gas­tro pub. The food and bev­er­age of M Bar Kitchen com­ple­ment each other mak­ing it some­what new to the city’s food and bev­er­age es­capade. The eco-friendly in­te­ri­ors of the restau­rant have been made up with a lib­eral use of nat­u­ral stone, raw wood and glass. The am­bi­ence is fur­ther en­hanced with the melo­di­ous mood from glit­tered LED and the 100-seater eatery sys­temised with high seated ta­bles for cus­tomis­ing a pub at­mos­phere. Varun Mi­mani, Owner, M Bar Kitchen shares, “Be­ing in­ter­ested in the F&B in­dus­try and a great foodie, this is our first ven­ture in the city. Our aim is to gift the peo­ple such a place where one can en­joy good mu­sic which is not loud, so that one can talk and have sump­tu­ous food in such a great en­vi­ron­ment. We have di­vided the space into var­i­ous sec­tions, be­gin­ning with the restau­rant where they will never miss the 26ft long mod­ish bar. The wall be­hind is dressed up with bot­tles of Grey Goose to make an “in­fin­ity foun­tain”, while Ab­so­lut bot­tles have been turned into quirky lights. As the bar is a place where liquor flows freely, we have in­tro­duced the con­cept of an in­fin­ity foun­tain here.” Se­condly, across the bar and next to the DJ’s con­sole is the “ex­clu­sive” and el­e­vated deck for pri­vate par­ties. The low-cush­ioned seat­ing for 12 peo­ple, wooden floor and ta­ble tops and other pared-down de­sign el­e­ments lend it a very min­i­mal­ist look. The 45-seater tra­di­tional din­ing sec­tion is spread across 1,200 sq ft, which has sim­ple fur­ni­ture and the muted walls will draw at­ten­tion to the gi­ant cir­cu­lar lights on the ceil­ing. Lastly, the tra­di­tional din­ing sec­tion leads to the lounge which is dimly lit and comes with a pri­vate bar, where the space can pack up to 50 peo­ple.

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