Essence Of Bengal
The Essence of Bengal welcomes you into a relaxed and comfortable surrounding tempted by an unrivalled range of authentic and imaginative fusion and traditional dishes.
Our aim is to bring you he very highest standard of Bangladeshi cooking. Allowing you to re-live the fabled splendour of Bangladeshi glorious culinary history. We use only fresh top quality ingredient which are blended with exotic fragrance, pungent spices to produce a wide variety of subtle flavour and taste sensations.
The variety of starters and accompaniments chosen by our Chef, create a glorious fusion and exotic palate of the sub – continent to compliment your main course.
All our dishes are prepared with extra care, using the finest ingredients and an authentic combination of spices. All the dishes are made to order, so some dishes will take more time than others – please enquire if necessary.
Our approach to healthy eating demands that no artificial colours, stock or food additives are used in our dishes. Indeed most of the spices we use are freshly ground in our kitchen.
Vegetarians are equally welcome guests, and our chefs offer a selection of dishes for their pleasure.
Our ever courteous, cheerful and friendly staff are dedicated to the philosophy that a guest does us honour when he visits us for a second time.
We are all dedicated to ensuring you enjoy your meal and hope to see you again and again in the near future.
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