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Taste of Rajasthani food in Dhaka, know where

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Dhaka’s five-star Hotel Sarina has brought good news for Indian foodies. Their amrit restaurant will taste delicious food from different regions including Rajasthan.

On January 31, Hotel Sarina hosted a special grand event to introduce their new menu. At this time, it was informed in the press conference that this restaurant, which started its journey in 2007, is already famous for Indian food in the country. However, thinking about the foodies, the menu has been changed a lot. Where each of their dishes will meet the unique taste of India.

Sarina’s Operations Manager Jason Salgado, Food & Beverage Manager Rakib Hossain and Senior Executive Chef Mokam Singh were present at the launch of the new menu. At this time, Jason Salgado said, we are always working to provide the best quality food for our guests. This time we want to introduce the foodies to the cuisines of different regions of India. So this time, new dishes have been added to the menu.

You can come here and get the taste of Bembu Biryani.  Photo: Hotel Sarina

Mokam Singh will oversee that Indian food tastes just right. He came to this country from distant Rajasthan and has been working here for the past several years. He has worked in various big restaurants in India. Mokam Singh said, You know Rajasthan is famous for Indian food and traditions. You can taste the food there by sitting at the Amrit restaurant.

Delicious desserts of Rajasthan will be found on the menu.  Photo: Hotel Sarina

Dishes include Malai Pran with Naan, Hariyali Kebab, Kebab Tikka, Paneer Tikka, Mutton Chapli Kebab, Mutton Rezala, Taba Fies, Paneer Butter Masala, Kasundi Pran, Amrisari Fies, Fies Masala, Reshmi Kebab, Dal Makhani, Mutton Rogan Roast, Tandoori chicken is also a great dish. There are delicious dessert items. Their signature item ‘Baahubali Thali’ is served here. Where 40 items are served with Tandoori. Apart from this many plates are still there. Like, Rice Thali Cuisine, Abdi Cuisine, Kashmiri, Punjabi, Mughlai and Bengali Thali.


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