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The 7 Famous & must visit Restaurants in Dhaka!

There are a lot of renowned eateries in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. This energetic metropolis offers everything in between, from well-known fast-food chains to food stands along the road.

The majority of people’s time is spent away from home in Dhaka due to their extremely active lifestyles. The well-known restaurants in Dhaka also significantly contribute to elevating their moods by serving delectable food in a serene setting despite their hectic daily schedules.

Bangladesh is an undervalued tourism destination, as I usually repeat. Despite having several stunning tourist destinations, this nation struggles to draw in a sizable number of visitors. However, visitors to the nation have always praised Bangladeshi cuisine.

And full credit goes to the diligent restaurant proprietors who serve the top delicacies on their menus.

In Dhaka, almost every renowned eatery offers a unique offering. Additionally, some eateries feature unique menus with their very own recipes that you won’t find anywhere else.

Let me stop trying your patience now since you might already be eager to learn about the best restaurants in Dhaka.

1. The Green Lounge

The Green Lounge is not only a well-known dining establishment in Dhaka, but it also has the biggest rooftop dining area. The Green Lounge is the spot for you if you’re seeking for a distinctive dining experience away from the hectic city life. The restaurant’s lovely décor, which is adorned with plants and bamboo, will make you feel refreshed. There is a multi-cuisine buffet and a barbecue on the menu.

Location: 114 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Banglamotor, Dhaka, 18th floor of the Rupayan Trade Center

Opening Times> Daily | 12 pm to 10 pm

2. Chef’s Table Courtside

In Dhaka, there is a food court called Chef’s Table Courtside. It is renowned for its tranquil atmosphere. At the location, there is a mini-park, a football field, a kids’ play area, and a seating area.

There are about 35 well-known fast-foodfood restaurants here, including Pizza Guy, CRISP, El Dorado, and Chittagong Bulls. Although the price is a bit high, the food quality is excellent. But altogether, because of the serene surroundings, it’s a terrific site to visit. With your friends and family, you can go here, host events, and take some lovely photos.

Location: United City, Madani Avenue, 1212 Dhaka, next to United International University

Hours of Activity: Sunday through Thursday, 11:00 am to 11:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday | 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

3. The Atrium Restaurant

The Atrium Restaurant, one of Dhaka’s most well-known eateries, has been serving up mouthwatering Thai and Indian cuisine to diners for more than a decade. It offers a dining experience that is unmatched because of its tranquil interiors and beautiful grounds. The cheapest of their four buffet options costs 800 BDT. The menu can also be altered to suit your preferences by adding or removing certain things.

Location> J Block, Baridhara, Dhaka, 50 & 52 Pragati Avenue

Opening Times> Daily | 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Daily | 6:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

4. Khana’s

Founded in 2015, Khana’s is a fast-food enterprise based in Bangladesh. In actuality, it was the first fast-food-focused restaurant franchise in Bangladesh. There are 6 Khana’s locations spread across Dhaka.

The main menu items of Khana’s include sub sandwiches, potato wedges, and several kinds of chicken, and iced coffee. On the menu, however, are delectable cross burgers, shakes, and hot beverages.

Don’t forget to try their renowned cold coffee if you ever decide to visit this eatery. Yes, the food is of high quality, and the pricing is fair.

Location of branches>

Bashundhara Rd., Ka-9, Hazi Abdul Latif Mansion 9/KA, Manson, R/A, Dhaka 1229

House No. Y, 8 Noorjahan Rd, Dhaka-1207, 397/B Malibagh Chowdhury Para Road, Shahid Baki Rd, Dhaka-1219

Block C, Avenue 5, Dhaka-1216, House: 146/D (Old), 42(New), Road, 2 Satmasjid Road

Opening Times> Saturday through Thursday | 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Thursday | 3:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.

5. Baton Rouge Restaurants

A buffet-style restaurant with 450 seating capacity, Baton Rouge offers 101 dishes. Therefore, it is safe to conclude that there is large seating space. Its menu features both domestic and foreign cuisines. Reservations can be made for conferences, workshops, private/corporate meetings, and seminars.

Location> Gulshan Pink City Shopping Center, 7th Floor, 15 Gulshan Avenue, Dhaka 1212

6. Kabab Factory

The greatest kebabs can be found at Kabab Factory, which is well known for its barbecue meals. They start off by offering a variety of soups and salads on their menu. However, their Reshmi Kabab, Bihari Kabab, and Afghan Kabab are the highlights of their menu. Additionally, this restaurant features a lovely atmosphere and a cozy seating area.

Location: Sector 7 Uttara, House 14, Lake Drive Road, Dhaka

Opening Times> 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday

10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Saturday

7. Barcode Café

Barcode Cafe is the ideal destination for foodies looking for a delicious selection of cuisines and a fantastic setting to spend time in. One of my favorite renowned eateries in Dhaka is Barcode Cafe.

It offers practically all of the menu items that a quality restaurant ought to. And believe me when I say that this restaurant serves excellent meals. As starters, the Barcode Cafe’s menu offers grilled calamari, fried calamari rings, jumbo tempura shrimp, honey shrimp, garlic shrimp, and many other tasty meals.

If I began to list every item on this restaurant’s menu, I definitely would require a full day. Therefore, all I can tell is that Barcode Cafe offers chicken dinners, pizza, spaghetti, salad, seafood, beef meal, many personal specialties, and beverages.

Location> Block-B, Banani, Road 21, House 55/B, Dhaka-1212

Hours of Activity:

Saturday through Monday, 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm

10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Friday

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