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In pics: Exploring Wok’ies – a 2D themed restaurant – in south Kolkata

A unique dining experience with Asian delicacies

By Rohan Datta | Published 13.07.22, 01:31 PM
1/10 If you are looking for a unique dining experience in Kolkata, check out Wok’ies. The 2D-themed restaurant appears to be taken right out of a child’s drawing book

If you are looking for a unique dining experience in Kolkata, check out Wok’ies. The 2D-themed restaurant appears to be taken right out of a child’s drawing book

All images by Amit Datta
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2/10 With Rabindra Sarobar on its left and Menoka Cinema on its right, this south Kolkata restaurant started its journey in August, 2020

With Rabindra Sarobar on its left and Menoka Cinema on its right, this south Kolkata restaurant started its journey in August, 2020

3/10 “I was very impressed by one of the 2D-themed cafes I visited during a holiday in Japan. I wanted to bring that almost surreal experience to Kolkata,” says the owner of the restaurant Somoshree Sengupta

“I was very impressed by one of the 2D-themed cafes I visited during a holiday in Japan. I wanted to bring that almost surreal experience to Kolkata,” says the owner of the restaurant Somoshree Sengupta

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4/10 The monochromatic sketches on the walls of the restaurant that create a sense of optical illusion were painted from scratch by Somoshree and her friends

The monochromatic sketches on the walls of the restaurant that create a sense of optical illusion were painted from scratch by Somoshree and her friends

5/10 The restaurant offers a range of cuisines primarily focussing on delicacies from China. Korean, Japanese and Thai dishes are also available

The restaurant offers a range of cuisines primarily focussing on delicacies from China. Korean, Japanese and Thai dishes are also available

6/10 Patrons can enjoy a variety of colourful and refreshing mocktails at the restaurant like (L-R) What-A-Melon (Rs 160) and Green Sea (Rs 140)

Patrons can enjoy a variety of colourful and refreshing mocktails at the restaurant like (L-R) What-A-Melon (Rs 160) and Green Sea (Rs 140)

7/10 A bowl of scrumptious Dan Dan noodles (Rs 280)

A bowl of scrumptious Dan Dan noodles (Rs 280)

8/10 A plate of Yum Woon Sen Salad (Rs 240). ‘Woon Sen’ means glass noodles in Thai

A plate of Yum Woon Sen Salad (Rs 240). ‘Woon Sen’ means glass noodles in Thai

9/10 Guests at the restaurant. According to the owner, around 100-120 people visit the 35-seater restaurant daily

Guests at the restaurant. According to the owner, around 100-120 people visit the 35-seater restaurant daily

10/10 (L-R) Somoshree Sengupta and her friend Tanaya Mishra at the restaurant. Mishra manages the daily operations of the restaurant

(L-R) Somoshree Sengupta and her friend Tanaya Mishra at the restaurant. Mishra manages the daily operations of the restaurant

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