Founded in 1926 by Mr and Mrs J. Flury. The tearoom was known far and wide for its exotic cakes, creamy pastries, rich puddings and perhaps the best Swiss chocolates outside the European continent, and in no small measure to the relaxed and cheerful atmosphere that it provided.
Flurys is now open with a fresh design that recalls the 1930s, yet retaining a sense of timelessness. The old world charm and grandeur of European Café has been contemporatised to create a relaxed meeting place.
Flurys has been a benchmark in tearoom / confectionaries around the country. Famous for its iconic butter cream and rich chocolate desserts and bakes, and also the iconic Flurys breakfast which is an experience in itself, it is undoubtedly the true icon of Kolkata, it finds mention in all the reputed travel magazines and journals across the world as a must visit in Kolkata, many generations have grown on Flurys products and is often lovingly described as the ‘’Queen of Park Street”.
Flurys is always in the news for its innovative products and also for its heritage products, being prepared with the same recipe for more than 80 years. It is covered in the print and electronic media almost every week, the latest being the Rakhi and Monsoon promotions.
Flurys has been rewarded at forums locally , and on international and national levels , from winning the ‘’most stylish place in Calcutta’’, to the Times and Telegraph Food awards and also the international tourist award from Madrid, Spain, Flurys has been always suitably rewarded for its consistently high standards.
Flurys is expanding its footprint rapidly throughout the length and breadth of Kolkata, from being a solitary outlet a few years back, Flurys now boasts of 13 operating outlets and a few in the pipeline, in fact the first Flurys outlet outside Kolkata has also been quite a raging success in the Steel city of Durgapur for the last almost two years.
Flurys is now in a major expansion mode with contemporary outlets planned in some major cities including Mumbai, Hyderabad and Delhi.