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5 Vegan Restaurants In Bangladesh

Looking for vegetarian restaurants in the Bangladesh. Though Bangladesh don’t have so many authentic vegan restaurants, but if you are searching properly you may find some with extravagant taste and freshness. Here are some vegan restaurant suggestions:
1. Tarka:
There is no scarcity of vegetarian dishes in Tarka’s menu which ensures that the customers are never left in want. This is already a popular choice for anyone looking for a fine dining vegetarian restaurant. A meal would cost about BDT 1000 per foodie.

2. The Great Kabab Factory:
This restaurant may not be a pure vegetarian restaurant but they take exceptional care in catering to their vegetarian customers. They have a unique buffet style menu where the food is brought to you. They have both a vegetarian and non- vegetarian menu. Depending on the time and type of menu, a meal can cost between BDT 700-1000.

A pure vegetarian restaurant located by ISKCON that has many vegan options. This restaurant is Open for every people from any religion though the restaurent is run by Hindus. Basically the restaurent is under Iskon centre, a group of people who are Krishna followers.

4. Jatra Biroti

Open-roof restaurant serving vegetarian and vegan food, and on Mondays food is all vegan. Uses sesame, mustard, and coconut oils. Space also holds live music and events. Located on the 5th floor with no elevator. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-11:00pm.

5. Adda
Uses fresh vegetables produced by farmers involved with Nayakrishi Andolon, biodiversity based farming. Offers many vegetarian choices including telar pita (donut-like pita cooked in syrup), pati-shata pita , noksha pita , vegetable kuli (pasty-like savory pita stuffed with veg), vegetable pakora, palao, fried eggplant, tomato and other bhorta. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-11:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-11:00pm.

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