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The Balmer Lawrie Banquet was the venue for an evening cocktail and dinner.We had lot of friends from abroad who were looking forward to that evening.Knowing the history and traditions of the club we expected the services to be a class apart .To my dismay...More
As you enter the long driveway, you leave behind the noise,
the dirt and the chaos that typifies Kolkata these days. This large sports club with 18 hole golf course, clay tennis courts and heated swimming pool provides sporting facilities that are not easily available...More
I spent 3 wonderful days at the Tolly Club, which is an exclusive sports club in Kolkata. Despite its location in a busy part of Kolkata (well all of Kolkata is busy) once you enter the compound it really is a little oasis.
Tollys looks run down & dirty in a sprawling area with mongrel dogs running around barking in a dining area called the Shamiyana & crows flying overhead which is worrying when having a meal!
Worse still if diners in adjoining tables are cleaning their ears...More
We have a reciprocal membership of the Tollygunge club and we stayed here in one of the suites. The Club and the club house are grand, steeped in history and the suites are new and well annointed.
The restaurants at the Club serve delicious food...More
Response from roymetzkes | Reviewed this property |
I would allways recomend the Belvedere. The reason is : they also serve continental dishes,and Chinese cuisene. BUT they have WONDERFUL Fish. I love fish afer eating vegi and meat cousine for days. Fish 2 a week is a must... More
I would allways recomend the Belvedere. The reason is : they also serve continental dishes,and Chinese cuisene. BUT they have WONDERFUL Fish. I love fish afer eating vegi and meat cousine for days. Fish 2 a week is a must. You can alsow get very good fish dishes at a restaraunt called " O' Calcutta ". Think it was at South City,but I#m not sure about that.
Hope I could help you.