In India, the dhaba is a small restaurant on the road, a little the local equivalent of our road connections. There is also an on-site restaurant or a simple, family-run kitchen. The idea was taken up in Bangladesh to make it a chain of family restaurants, located in the heart of the cities. It is a resounding success both in Dhaka and in Chittagong. There is an improved street kitchen, including the delicious phuska, this little blown bread stuffed with chickpeas, onions, tomatoes and fresh herbs. If your hunger is not satisfied by a simple snack, you can fall back on the traditional curries or historical. The restaurant is especially popular between 20 am and 21 pm.
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