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Something for everyone

  • Published at 01:56 pm August 19th, 2019
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Just what you need to beat the heat

Chef’s Table has revolutionized Dhaka’s culinary experience since it’s opening in

Gulshan 2. Now, Chef’s Table has had its second launch on April 14 this year, at

Dhanmondi - the core of Dhaka city. Attracting everyone around them, Chef’s Table is offering a variety of multi-cuisine dishes - Chinese, English, Continental, Thai, Italian, Japanese, American and even Arabic food to fill you with delight.

“We have been able to bring in a variety of cuisines under one roof. We have maintained proper hygiene and food quality throughout, and that’s what I believe makes customers loyal,” says Aminul Islam, floor supervisor, at Chef’s Table, Dhanmondi.The food court has a great ambiance for a dine-in with family and friends. You can take a break while grocery shopping at Unimart, and grab a quick bite from well-known food brands of Bangladesh, and even some international ones. How convenient is that?

Among the most diversified cuisines, Chef’s Table offers - Emerald Bakery and Cafe, I Love My Home, Live Kitchen, Taste of Lanka, Hakka Dhaka, So Juicy, Thai Emerald and Kiyoshi, to name a few.

But how does Chef’s Table stand out from its competitors?

If you go to any other food court in Dhaka, just going through the menu from one restaurant to another can become hectic because of the constant pleading and nagging of the staff to come and see their menu. “Here, the customers get to choose what they want to eat and they can freely order from different restaurants. We have a self-service system,” says Aminul. For Dhaka food lovers looking for authentic food, Chef’s Table is just the perfect place. I Love My Home has a proper Chinese cuisine made by a Chinese chef. “Our chef for Absolute Thai is from Thailand; we want our customers to experience the authenticity of they eat,” says Aminul. At Chef’s Table, each stall offers its own unique food items and their raw supplies are from quality suppliers. For instance, So Juicy gets their fruits from ABC suppliers and others. Greens and Seeds import their vegetable and also get them from Basher Agro. Greens and Seeds is one of the greatest additions to Chef’s Table. Be that for vegetarians or for someone who is mindful of their health, the salad sections let them choose as many ingredients as they wish. So, take as many ingredients as you may from the stall and then pay for it based on its weight - Tk0.83 per gram. So Juicy, on the other hand, offers smoothies, detox juices, iced tea, lassi, lemonade, and seasonal fruit juices. They have introduced a new item on their menu - Teh Tarik - an exclusive take on classic tea for Tk80.

Chef’s Table has plans to open their outlets with Unimart at Satarkul and at the Airport village in the near future. So hold your taste buds for an ultimate experience that is sure to pull you back to Chef’s Table again.