Darbar Hall is one of the most prominent rooms at Bari Kothi. It’s interior & architecture is the grandest and showcases hand painted glass windows, 18 seater dining table, 250-year old chandelier, preserved tiles, etc. It was initially a royal dining room where the family hosted many eminent guests from the Nawabs to the British officials; today it serves a communal dining hall.
Zareen is an urdu word which essentially means gold. This restaurant at Bari Kothi is dedicated to the golden period of Murshidabad hence everything in here has a hue of gold. The interior of this room has features such as – Old louvers are reused as ceilings, Antique crockeries are placed on walls, etc.
This is one of the oldest rooms at Bari Kothi which showcases Mughal inspired interiors. It is adorned with hand-painted floral motifs on the cornice, huge painting of our great grandfather, huge glass doors, etc.
A wonderful and tasty insight into your unique cuisine.
– Amanda & Henry Richmond (U.K)
The food was delicious with calm & caring staff serving us. A food tour would be fun (next time).
– Patty Harrison (U.K)
GOLI was something that fascinated me.
– Rajveer Singh (India)