Dhaka Restaurants

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Most Recent Restaurants in Dhaka

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    Baton Rouge: If you are hungry: 110 Bufeet Items!

    by rupkotha Written Mar 28, 2011

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    Baton Rouge is both a spectacular restaurant and one of the best places to host formal parties at. Baton Rouge claims to be able to arrange buffets for up to 700 people. It is a great place for food enthusiasts who want all kinds of cuisine under one roof, being it Chinese, Continental, Indian, Italian, and Mexican � the restaurant serves it all. Baton Rouge's buffet is its main attraction. The glass windows offer a wonderful view of the Gulshan area and the interior is designed exquisitely for a classy formal dinner party.

    Lunch: Tk 750
    Dinner:Tk 800

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  • The Atrium Restaurant: The best thai food in Dhaka

    by Nazmul_007 Updated Apr 15, 2010

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    Located in the diplomatic zone of Baridhara, the Atrium probably serves the best Thai food in Dhaka. The ambience is amazing with a beaufully maintained front garden and a miniature lake. The top foor has comfortable seating arrangements with a large screen TV, good for all the sheesha lovers.

    Favorite Dish: My favorites are their Tom Yam, Chicken Cashewnut Salad, fried calamari and King prawn with garlic and pepper.

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  • The Red Shif: Dont miss a fantastic afternoon/evening

    by abedin_dhaka Written May 3, 2008

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    The restaurant is famous for its incredible atmosphere, u can have some real live music, mainly western, have a smoked chicken sandwitch in hand and watch the beautiful sunset. The restaurant also offers movies once or twice in every two weeks..for a cool evening with music/movies n also some real tasty food, u can head towards this place.

    Favorite Dish: Smoked Chicken sandwitch

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  • Kebab-e-que: Good food, comfortable location

    by bdrm Written Jul 19, 2005

    The restaurant has a nice feel and large menu in English. The food is good and, as usual in Bangladesh, the service is uncomfortably good.

    Favorite Dish: The palak paneer is excellent as is the special curry (made with a cashew nut sauce). Be sure to get naan and rice with your dish.

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    The food

    by mafi_moya Updated Sep 6, 2004

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    New construction in Gulshan

    Airline food is rarely the highest quality cuisine but the 'meal' I had on Bangladeshi Airways was undoubtedly the worst I've ever been given - half cooked meat and stale dry bread that would have burst a hole in the plane if I'd dropped it!

    Fortunately after that it could only get better... and it did. The buryani's on sale from many street stalls and corner shops were wonderful, as were the meat stews and spicy curried vegetables.

    Best of all though was the fish. Despite the huge river I'd never really associated Dhaka with seafood, but some of the fish I tasted here ranked among the best I've ever had anywhere. There's a local speciality fish that is absolutely divine, often served in a spicy tomato sauce - foolishly I asked its name but forgot to write it down (a great help I am!) But ask around and I'm sure you'll find out.

    There is a decent range of international restaurants - from top quality hotels to trendy Western style fast food joints where the city's young upper classes hang out, but personally I preferred eating local. There are countless basic cafes but also some surprisingly nice Bangladeshi restaurants. If your sole experience of Bangladeshi cuisine are the Bengali restaurants in the UK then the real thing is much better.

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    Wok & Roll: Chinese cuisine in the heart of Dhaka

    by BorderHopper Written Apr 26, 2003

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    I'm pretty dissapointed in myself for not noting the different eateries I encountered while in Dhaka. While exploring the city at night by foot (in search for a good meal) I did encounter a nice looking Chinese restaurant. For some reason Chinese food looked good to me and I actually enjoyed the meal. The place was packed with well to do locals and the atmosphere was festive. I think some local Bangladeshi's were having a big birthday bash at the restaurant. The waiters are all in black tie. No beer was served. If you want a beer with dinner you'll have to make your way to the Sheraton Hotel and pay up to $5 for a can of Foster's.

    Favorite Dish: Typical Chinese....you'll surely find something that appeals to you (if you find the restaurant ..sorry)

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