Top Choice Indian in Dhaka


Indian street food served in a clean, trendy, air-con restaurant. Everything here is delicious, but the chaat (spicy snacks, Tk 50 to Tk 70) are excellent value. Choose a couple of those, washed down with a fresh fr…
Top Choice Indian in Sylhet


If you’ve ever been to a Bangladeshi-run Indian restaurant on London’s Brick Lane – where many of the restaurants are in fact run by expats from Sylhet – then you’ll recognise all your curry favourites on the menu h…
Bengali in Chittagong

Hotel Zamen

With branches all over Chittagong division, Zamen is a clean, dependable option for those wishing to sample decent-quality Bengali dishes in a family-friendly environment. It’s mostly biryani and curries (chicken, m…
Bengali in Jessore

New Nuru Hotel

The unchallenged curry king of Jessore, this place does a very popular mutton curry (Tk 90) that's best eaten with plain rice and an assortment of bhorta and bhaji on the side. The fiery kebabs and the simple dhal-a…
Indian in Rangpur

Boishakhi Restaurant

Very popular with locals, Boishakhi does a decent biryani for lunch and a tasty North Indian-style grilled chicken (served with mint-and-cucumber-chutney) for dinner. There are a few kebabs available on the side, to…
Bengali in Chittagong

Hotel ABP

Tuck into tandoori masala-spiced chicken, grilled by the entrance, and mop up some dhal or curried vegetables with freshly baked paratha. You’ll have to bluff your way through ordering as there’s no English menu, bu…
Indian in Dhaka


Named after an Indian stringed instrument and billed as a ‘symphony of dining’, Santoor serves up mouth-watering Indian dishes. The tandoor kebabs are good, but the south Indian favourites such as dhosa (rice pancak…
Indian in Chittagong


Part of the ever-popular Bangladeshi chain, Dhaba knocks out some tasty curries, kebabs, paratha rolls and chaat (spicy snacks). It’s basically Indian street food in a clean restaurant environment. Wash it down with…
Indian in Chittagong


This is a handy choice if you want to match good-value Bangladeshi and Indian meals with classy surroundings and good service. The competitively priced set lunches (available 1pm to 4pm) deservedly draw a good crowd…
Bengali in Chittagong


Cheap, no-nonsense local grub with dhal, omelette and paratha for breakfast before the curries and biryanis are rolled out later in the day. No English menu, but some English spoken.