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Testimonials

Gupta Brothers has two portions :) one is the sweetshop and the other the restaurant above! Among the sweets I love their lad...Read More
Priyanka Gupta

This place is aweosme...very easy to locate... im in love with the gulab jamuns and the jilebis... A must visit for anyone...Read More
Subhayan Foodie Basu

Almost everything that I have tried here till date seemed to have satisfied my taste buds. That said, there are two specif...Read More
Abhishek Panchali

Triangular park er thik kacha kachi gupta bros er dokan ti obostito.. purono dokaney notun er abhaas........... apnara plz...Read More
Mukherjee Debarshi

They serves great variety of sweets, absolute divine and fresh. Yeah definitely u can opt for their foods as well (special...Read More
Subhabrata Majumdar

I love Marwari food and Gupta Borthers is a shop that combines great sweets with Marwari food like Raj Kachori and its you...Read More
Arjun Chakrabarti

This prime location sweet shop is located just opposite the New Alipore Triangular park... they are famous for their veget...Read More
Shounak Ray

I have been to this place only once& I was thoroughly impressed, No undue pretensions, no fake confetti, this place un...Read More
KAUSTAV DEB

this place is one of my favourite places to have full vegetarian food..every dish served here is soooooooo delicious...i l...Read More
Triasha Banerjee

You can't beat this place for consistency. This is another bigger branch of Gupta Brothers that serves up meals along with...Read More
Rukshana Kapadia

Press Realese

Hospitality industry gearing up to revise tariff in Kolkata

If eating out is expensive for you after the current union budget, it is not easy for the hospitality industry to maintain it either.

The hotels and restaurant owners in Kolkata are extremely worried after the hike in the service tax from 12 to 14 per cent. This increase has left the hospitality industry in a dilemma on how to maintain and retain their clientele.

Debaditya Chaudhury, partner of Oudh 1590, a leading period dining restaurant in Kolkata says, "Definitely it's not favorable for us as the percentage of service tax in the new budget is now 14.5 per cent which was only 12.5 per cent previously. We feel our Average Per Cover (APC) billing will certainly get affected by this. However a certain percentage of our clientele here at 'Oudh 1590' will not be bothered much about this hike in service tax as they only come to have the best Awadhi cuisine in the city that we serve."

The restaurant owners are reeling under pressure on revising the rates at the earliest.

Nitin Kothari, proprietor of Peter Cat and Mocambo restaurants located on Park Street in kolkata says, "On one hand the government says that the tourism is important and on the other hand it is increasing taxes making eating out unaffordable for many. The expenses will go up and so will the turnover but it will not reflect in the profits instead on tax collections."

However the sweetmeat shops are feeling the pinch even more and have begun revising the rates of the products.

'We are losing our consumer base with this service tax and sales tax burden. People with a limited budget are opting out of sweets. The prices of raw materials too have shot up and we are left with no option but to revise prices' says Prashant Gupta, CEO of Gupta Brothers sweets in New Alipore.

The hotel industry however is preparing to cope up with the changes and convince the consumers to shell out more.

"We will be soon increasing our room tariff...we know it will be a problem for our guests too and may have adverse effects...but that is the need of the hour," says Ayan Mitra, general manager, The Stadel.

Sanjeev Ghosh, general manager of Spring Club says, "it is surely not a vote bank budget...sops for middle class tax payers were expected."

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198 Block-J, New Alipore
Kolkata: 700053
West Bengal. India

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