Taste of Bangladesh & India, Canberra’s new Bangladeshi cuisine restaurant in Manuka is a wonderful discovery. The flavours are unique and delicious, serves are generous, hospitality is warm and the value for money is second to none.
Pleasantly cozy with thick carpet for easy chatting, it is ideal for couples or groups.
Wine is BYO and corkage is free.
The naan is huge and lovely ($2.50 each)
Pappadoms are complementary.
Great choices are….
…the samosas (2 for $7)
Fish Bengali – snapper fillet cooked with eggplant in Bangladeshi spices $16.50 (beautiful flavours)
Dum Murgh – boneless chicken marinated in special herbs and spices and cooked on a slow fire $15.50 ( a standout dish)
The mango kulfi $4.50 is a generous serve that can be shared and makes a fine finish to the meal.
1 dish, one rice and one naan with one serve kulfi is just right for two people.
Suggested menu for a group of six:
3 serves Samosa (6 pieces)
1x Dum Murgh
1 x Fish Bengali
1x Palak Paneer
2 serves rice
2 x kulfi
$15 per person (corkage free)
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