Territy bazar Kolkata | Best Chinese food breakfast | New year party
Kolkata Territy Bazar, Early morning breakfast
Do you love yummy Chinese food? Then come with me and explore the Chinese Early morning breakfast in Kolkata Territy Bazar, made by the Chinese people. Here you get various types of Chinese street food like chicken Momo, chicken Tai Pao, Sumai, Pork momo, pork Tai Pao, red meat Pao, Wonton and Lots more. And my friends come here early because they open the food stalls in the morning and closed on 8:00 am. I prefer to come on Sunday because the local shops are closed and the food stalls are more here. Also, there is no problem for parking.
The old Chinatown or Teretti Bazar Market is one of the main attractions in Kolkata. Here you can find a part of Calcutta’s unique cultural heritage and local Chinese immigrant communities. Since the beginning of the 19th century, the city has become a resident of the Chinese in the Indian population, which was 20,000 but now it has dropped about 2000.
Chicken Momo 5pc – 50 rupees
Chicken Tai Pao 1 pc – 50 rupees
Sumai 4pc – 100 rupees
Pork momo 5 pc – 50 rupees
Pork Tai Pao 1 pc – 50 rupees
Red meat Pao 1 pc – 40 rupees
Wonton 5pc – 50 rupees
Our Holiday Story in Territy Bazar Kolkata
On a Sunday Morning, I entered to Terreti Bazar area which is located to Poddar Court area and also 5 minutes’ walk from Central Metro Station in Bow Bazar / Bara Bazar area. Earlier I heard about this street food market but did not visit. This is a small area where you can find delicious street food, like juicy chicken, chicken Momo and fish momo, pork momo, chicken Tai Pao, shumei, sausages, prawn wafers, hot soup noodles, stemmed baozi buns, chicken rolls, etc. But the taste differs from the other Chinese fast food available in Kolkata. Try the foods available here, all are delicious.
Try once and I believe you’ll be back again.
Chinese food in Territy Bazar Kolkata timing
Chinese breakfast street food opening time is 6 am and closing time is 8 am.
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How to reach Chinese breakfast food in Territy Bazar Kolkata
The exact location is between central to Lalbazar. It’s on the Chattawala Gali, beside the telephone exchange. You can come from Poddar Court area, and 5 minutes’ walk from Central Metro Station in Bara Bazar Area.
After finished the best Chinese breakfast food in the early morning you can visit
- Chinese Temples
- shop Fresh Produce
- Hap Hing store
- Pou Chong store
- Tung Nam Eating House (Restaurant)
Chinese Temples in Territy Bazar Kolkata
You can find six Chinese temples or churches here. After finishing your breakfast with Chinese street food, you can visit those temples.
1) Sea Ip Church
This church is built in 1905 and it is situated on the Indian Exchange Place. The church is located on the main road and very accessible to the other six Chinese temples.
The temple is a two-storied building and temple is situated on the first floor. This church is dedicated to the Kwan Yin, the Goddess of love, mercy and war.
2) Nam Soon Church
The Nam Soon Church was built in 1820. It is the oldest of the six Chinese Temples of Tiretta Bazar. The Chinese church is located at the end of Damzen Lane. The Nam Soon Church is also larger than the other chines church in Kolkata.
3) Toong On Church
The church is situated near the Indian Exchange Place. Toong On Chinese temple is a decorated two storied building.
Once upon a time, the church was situated on the first floor and on the ground floor occupied by the famous Nanking Restaurant.
The famous Chinese restaurant is Kolkata’s oldest Chinese restaurant, and they establish it in 1924. After some years because of some legal issue 1980 the court order, the building was closed. From then they moved the Toong On Church to Bow Street in Bou Bazar but Nankin restaurant remains closed. In 2012 they settled the legal issue and The ToongOn Chinese temple was open on the same building.
4) Gee Hing Church
Gee Hing Church is built in 1888 and it is situated at the entry of Blackburn Lane. In 1920 they moved the temple to the present location. They build the church above the Chen’s Carpentry Shop.
The Gee Hing Church is dedicated to the Kwan Kun, the Chinese God of the Sea. The Gee Hing Church comes with the two rooms and both are well decorated and furnished.
5) Sea VoiYune Leong Futh Church
Sea Voi Leong Futh Church was built in 1908. It is the smallest but most of the six Chinese Temples of Tiretta Bazar and on the Blackburn Lane. In the church, Lord Buddha and other Chinese Gods are situated. This church also contains many pictures, show pieces of gods and goddesses.
6) Choonghee Dong ThienHaue Church
The Choonghee Dong ThienHaue Church at the crossing of Damzen& Blackburn Lane and built in 1859. On the first floor of a Shaby building, the Choonghee Dong ThienHaue Church is situated.
In this Chinese temple, they worship the Chinese God of the Fortune Kwan Kun.
Chinese new year in Kolkata Territy bazaar celebration
According to the Chinese calendar, 2019 is the year of Pig. This year the New Year date is Tuesday, 5th February.
For any community, New Year celebration is a most important festival for theirs. Chinese New Year is one of the most important celebrations for the Chinese as per the Chinese calendar. The Chinese community in Calcutta celebrates this festival as others. Chinese New Year in Calcutta is one of the cultural events for the Chinese community.
In Kolkata China’s population is mainly concentrated in two area – one is Territory Market or Old China town and second is Tangra or the New China Town. In 1780, the Chinese first came to Calcutta. Tong Achew, a businessman bought land to set up a sugar factory in Achipur near Budge Budge. With this, the Chinese people came to Calcutta. Soon, they shifted to Calcutta and settled in the Teritty Market and Tangra areas. The Chinese community of Calcutta celebrates the New Year in their traditional way in the Teritty Bazar and Tangar.
Chinese New Year celebration in Kolkata 2019
This year the New Year fell on 5th February. The Chinese New Year celebration party starts at least one week before the actual date and lasts for a few days. They start dancing preparation, the stage set up and many other decorations for homes and roads with Chinese props at Tangra and Territy Bazar for cultural shows. On the New Year celebration day, they play dragon and lion dances on the roads of Tangra and Territy Bazar.
In territory market area, at the time of Chinese New Year, you can see that people are preparing for the lion’s dancing, others are playing the drums. The dance starts with worshipping in front of the Chinese Temple. These dancing groups then make their way through the Territy market lanes and move into shops and local families, etc.
An interesting event will happen here. The local Chinese people put money on a red farm and dragged it with a bunch of lettuce leaves and hung them from the windows or the door. A dancer dressed as a lion then tries to grab the money and lettuce leaves. They form a human tower and the lion goes upstairs and tries to grab the money. There is interesting folklore related to this. It has said that when the Nian animal came out from the hill; they are tired and hungry, on the eve of the New Year; he tried to hunt the people. An old man is advised to fight with the animal using red cloths and drums and cymbals loud sound. This is explained about the celebration of drums and hungry lions lettuce leaves for food. They crack the firecrackers as a symbol to stop the evil forces.
Though the Chinese community is decreasing in Calcutta, like other communities, they celebrate traditional shows. Even young people who are not familiar with traditional Mandarin or Cantonese language, they follow the New Year style.
No celebration is complete without food. Chinese have a grand festival during this time. The dancing procession, which started in the Territory market, usually ends in the Bow Barracks. The Chinese founder Tong Achew, they visited Achirpur to pay tribute to their founder.
Chinese are trying to keep their traditions and culture alive in traditional Kolkata. This year the number of dance groups was less than the previous year.
Calcutta is always a place that welcomes all communities equally. A city is a rare place of community and culture.
Shop Fresh Produce in Territy Bazar Kolkata
The Terreti Bazar is also one of the best places in the city for fresh meat, seafood and other daily essentials product. Do not forget to go to the market in the morning, because this is the proper time to get fresh meats, fish, and veggies in your hands. There you get a wide range of flowers, fresh mushrooms, etc. The market can satisfy your entire shopping requirement. In the meantime finished your breakfast from breakfast places in Kolkata Territy Bazar.
Hap Hing store
Have you finished your early morning breakfast in Kolkata Terreti Bazar? Then Hap Hing Co is a must visitable shop while you are in here. Hap Hing is Chinese shops and medicinal stores. Hap Hing is the oldest shop in Chinatown Kolkata, considered by the local people. In this famous shop, you get various types of pharmaceutical medicine from tea, dried fruits and rice noodles and many more. The shop owner Stella Chain is very knowledgeable. She open shop in a breakfast morning and closes at 10 am. On weekdays 9 am to–12 pm in the morning.
Pou Chong store
Pou Chong shop is short of heaven for sauces. If you are looking for real flavorful, and won’t add more test in your innovative spices Chinese dish than Pou Chong is the must-visit able store for you. There you get a different type of sauce like Momo Sauce, Garlic Chilli Sauce, Tomato Sauce, Dark Soya Bean Sauce, Soya Bean Sauce and Plum Sauce and lots more
This store is a part of Pou Chong Brothers Pvt Limited. From the last 50 years, they produce a quality product.
Tung Nam Eating House (Restaurant)
Do you miss the early morning breakfast in Teritti Bazar? Then Tung Num is your next destination. Tung Nam Central Kolkata is one of the original Chinese restaurants and Chinese food provider in Kolkata – Teritti Bazar. Here the food is delicious, the food quantity is more than enough and the ambience still gives the feeling of the old Chinese town of Calcutta. The shop owner belongs to the original Chinese family. I hope day-to-day they keep running it and we enjoy the delicious Chinese food for a lifelong.
Note – Tung Num Eating House (Restaurant) is not very decorated. It is a non-ac restaurant. They have no such as fancy seating arrangements. The restaurant is tax-free; I mean GST free.
All Chinese menu.
Tung Nun Eating House Timing
Tung Nun open on Wednesday to Monday, from 11.30 am to 3 pm and 6 pm to 10 PM.
Closed on Tuesday.
How to reach Tung Num
Tung Nam is located in between BSNL Territi Bazar and Kolkata Improvement Trust building. From central metro station, 5 minutes walking towards Podder Court and reach Kolkata Improvement Trust Building adjacent to the Teritty Bazar BSNL Bhawan. Tung Num is located behind the BSNL Bhawan, connected through an adjacent narrow lane.
কলকাতায় মোমো চ্যালেঞ্জ
না না ভয় পাবেন না , এ চ্যালেঞ্জ সে চ্যালেঞ্জ নয়। মোমো তো অনেক খেয়েছেন কিন্তু চাইনিজদের হাতের তৈরি মোমো খেয়েছেন তাও খাস সেন্ট্রাল কলকাতায় ? এই শীতের সকালে গরম গরম ধোঁয়া ওঠানো Chicken Momo, pork momo Sumai, Wonton, Tai pao বা মিট বল বা সুপ্ ইত্যাদি, যদি কম খরচে পাওয়া যায় এবং প্যাকেট করার ও ব্যবস্থা থাকে তা হলো কেমন হয়?
রবিবার সকালবেলা : –
কিছু দিন আগেও আমার বিছানায় আঠা লাগানো থাকতো। সে আঠা ৮ টার আগে নরম হতো না। সংসারের চাপে এখন রোজই সকাল বেলা ঘুম থেকে উঠতে হয়। রবিবার ও টার ব্যাতিক্রম হলো না। কিছু দিন আগেই এই জায়গা তার খোঁজ পেয়েছিলাম তাই ভাবলাম ব্রেকফাস্ট টা ওখানেই করা যাক।
জায়গা টা আমাদের কম বেশি সকলের ই চেনা। Terreti bazar , ছাতায়ালা গলি। সেন্ট্রাল এবং লালবারের ঠিক মাঝা মাঝি পড়বে।
ভোর বেলা থেকে ৮ অবধি খোলা থাকে প্রতিদিন আর রবিবার বাড়াবাড়ি।
রবিবার সকালে গিয়ে আমি তো হতবাক ,এখানে কি ফুড ফেস্টিভ্যাল চলছে নাকি ? সারা ফুটপাথ জুড়ে চাইনিজ খাবারে ভর্তি। এগুলো কি শহরের খাবার? না খাবারের শহর ? আর গাড়ি পার্কিং এর কথা তা বললাম না। ভালোই হলো সকালবেলা পেটপুরে চাইনিজ খাওয়া হলো
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