Scrumptious food, superb service and a personal touch.
This is what makes us the premier South East Asian restaurant in Bromsgrove. We promise you the very best Bangladeshi and Southern Asian food you have ever tasted. Our full à la carte menu offers a mouth watering selection of innovative, contemporary, traditional and home style dishes, blending delicate flavours and light textures prepared using the very finest ingredients.
Our menu (influenced by thousands of years of Asian culture) will take you on a culinary journey through South Central Asia, whilst always staying true to its origins of the Indian Sub-Continent. All our fresh ingredients are sourced locally, which are combined with authentic and exotic spices from around the world. The management team has over a decade of experience in running successful restaurants in Solihull and Birmingham. Our chefs learnt their skills in their native Bangladesh and have since worked in some of the UK’s leading Bangladeshi and Indian restaurants.
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