The colourful cuisine of Bangladesh has been moulded over the centuries by it’s rich historical heritage and bountiful landscape. The country’s low-lying altitude and wealth of water, especially in monsoon season, grows an abundant food basket. The ancient central trade route of Dhaka has brought many culinary styles that have influenced Bangladesh’s cuisine, from the Mughols, Turks and Persians to the British.
Bangladesh’s culinary flavours are based on the Ayurveda principle of six flavours, sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent and astringent. All these flavours should be balanced in every meal to create a divine combination you will want to relish and savour.
Our talented chef caters for all dietary requirements.
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**MAY CONTAIN ALLERGENS.
Please Note: While we do our best to reduce the risk of cross-contamination in our restaurants, we CAN NOT guarantee that any of our dishes are free from allergens and therefore cannot accept any liability in this respect.
Guests with severe allergies are advised to assess their own level of risk and consume dishes at their own risk.