Restaurant Review | The Daily Star
  • George's La Dolce Vita

    George's La Dolce Vita

    Far away from the chaos of Banani 11, La Dolce Vita is on the eighth floor of the building and is blessed with quite a nice view.

  • With a Twist of Orange

    The country has gone through a revolution for the past couple of years and a brand new culture has seeped in, which, till this day...

  • Meet. Eat. Repeat.

    There are very few places for us Dhakaites to create memories. We have a few parks scattered here and there, but apart from that, the only place for recreation we find here are cafés and restaurants.

  • For The Quintessential Dining Experience

    For a long while now, Dhaka city has been considered the ultimate hub of foodies. With very few options of activities around, eating out seems to be the best bet when in need of a good rendezvous.

  • A mouthful of Chittagong

    I miss the city where I grew up.. Chittagong, with its numerous hillocks and fields and beaches is a sharp contrast to the overcrowded, hectic and chaotic Dhaka. It had given me an amazing childhood.

  • Iram's Café

    The café culture in Dhaka over the past decade has seen incredible evolution. There are cafés serving everything from filling savoury dishes to sweets and snacks.

  • Gardenia churrascaria

    Not all cuts of meat are created equal. The unique parts of bovine anatomy translate to distinct tastes and there are not many places in Dhaka where you can enjoy the broad range of delicacies under one roof. A churrascaria -- Brazilian barbeque and grill restaurant -- is a genre of eatery that allows you to do just that.

  • Dining like an emperor

    Who doesn't love spicy, filling and comfort food? Hakka Chinese offers all of that and much more.


    Have you noticed that recently some new restaurant hubs are gradually coming into being? Alongside locations like Dhanmondi, Banani 11 and Baily Road, etc. new areas have become hotbeds for hanging out and eating out.