Amaya Food Gallery offers a new express lunch menu


(MENAFN-Bangladesh Monitor)

Dhaka: Located on Level 13, Amaya Food Gallery has launched a special new four-course lunch menu. The price for the quick business lunch is BDT 1,250 nett which will include all VAT and service charges.
The restaurant is traditionally known for its artisanal Asian signatures, but this new menu is sure to make a lasting impression on customers.
The new set menu ranges from Asian dishes and a four-course menu to mouth-watering dishes in which fresh, all-natural ingredients take center stage.
The new menu features a variety of Asian dishes to sample, share or have for yourself and has changed with the season to ensure the restaurant can enjoy the freshest food.
Kung Pao chicken is one of the many dishes on the menu. This is for those who like to eat BBQ chicken. Chicken lovers can also order half-roasted chicken on a spit with pita bread. Paneer makhani with naan bread and steamed fish with lime chili and ginger are also options. These are all the main dishes on the lunch menu.
Beet carpaccio, som tum salad, red cabbage and pineapple salad, and wakame salad are all delicious salad options.
The most frequently served entrée at mealtimes is soup. Corn roe drop, tomato shorba, yammy tom yum gai and cream of mushroom soup are all served at Amaya Food Gallery.
Desserts are one of the other additions to the lunch menu, such as fruit salad, Patishapta Pitha, ice cream, and chocolate brownies.
On the occasion, Christopher Baker, Managing Director of Amari Dhaka, said, “Amaya Food Gallery is a place to dine when you want high-end cuisine without the pressure of a meal to top it off.
Chef Monir of Amaya Food Gallery said, “Our goal at Amaya Food Gallery is to allow diners to experience the many flavors on our menu and to keep the price affordable.

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