Very nice ambience. Must visit place for dine. Good service and variety. Very close to Gulshan area.
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Tasty food, amazing portions and a friendly atmosphere & very affordable on the pockets. Very good food. More tourists than locals and we prefer to go where tourists do not congregate, but the food was very enjoyable and the servers were lovely A must try Being located in the bylanes of Gulshan-2, not many people visit the place, but they... More
The quality, taste, decoration and service of the restaurant is up to the mark. It is a nice place for dinner serving mainly North Indian food.
Great food, great location, gorgeous restaurant, which is open and airy but is set up in such a way to allow privacy when dining. A must on your visit to Dhaka
This is a very good Indian restaurant. I had too many lunch and dinners (including Iftars) to write an objective review. Their biryanis and curries are tasty. I have no complain but to suggest they touch up the place a little, when you visit repeatedly you notice the wear and tear. And the Khazana Mithai is the best sweet shop... More
We went for an Iftar dinner in June 2016 and found the food to be pretty average. It was quite tasty, honestly, just nothing particularly remarkable. The kitchen did a very good job of keeping the buffet stocked despite the large crowd. The service was good. Atmosphere was loud with many children making a ruckus. Dinner was quite expensive at... More
There were 8 of us for dinner. We ordered mixed starters and mains to share also. The food arrived pretty much luke warm. That always worries me, it should be served piping hot. The flavours were good, a decent level of spice but nothing to hot. The nan bread was very nice and the rice was okay. The service was... More
Visited for dinner in May 2016. The restaurant was almost occupied with lot of expats seen around enjoying food. Delicious cuisine with variety of options for veg and non veg. Must try different types of Indian breads -Peshawari naan/afgani naan/Khasta roti. Mouth watering desserts -black current Kulfi and shahi tukda a must try.
It was indeed a pleasure to have variety of delicious Indian cuisine and the service was also excellent. We had another get-together dinner in a weeks time and were delighted to be there again - food and service was excellent
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