Khazana is located in a two story building with separate rooms for all occasions, decorated with artwork by some of Bangladesh’s most well known contemporary artists. Situated at Gulshan-2, as the area portrays it’s one of the Best restaurants in the heart of Dhaka. The success of Indian cuisine lies within the benefits of the spices and its taste. We have combined simplicity with excellence, be it in the décor, lighting, presentation of food or personalized service by our hand picked crew. We are extremely particular, almost fussy, about hygiene, purity and freshness of all ingredients and being environment friendly. To serve new flavors of the different regions of Indian Sub-continent it keeps organizing regular food festivals with visiting celebrity chefs from India.
To conclude, Khazana has given years of great Indian food along with the warm hospitality to all the guests and proudly go on doing the same for the endless years to come.
About Khazana Dhaka..
Khazana, the renowned restaurant that has been one of the biggest names in the business, inaugurated their new Uttara branch on 8 October. Specialising in traditional Indian cuisine, Khazana promises to tantalise your taste buds with their brand new branch. As you walk in you can almost taste their famous butter chicken, the scent of which wafts through the air before. The menu offers an array of other dishes like paneer tikka, mutton biryani and more.
Among desserts they have gulab jamun, kulfi, etc. Of course, do not forget to wash down the delicious meal with their juices, lassis and several other cold drinks.
The beautiful interiors done by Maheen Khan and the paintings hanging on the walls are enough to send you on a journey into ancient India. For a moment it’s almost enough to make you feel like a zamindar.
The new branch differs slightly from its Gulshan counterpart. The prices have been reduced by 20-25 percent to appeal more to the younger crowd who are less likely to pay extravagant amounts of money. Each person can have a fulfilling meal with about Tk700-1000. Another new addition is the Muglai cuisine, which will be available only in Uttara. Each dish officially serves one person.
I say officially because in reality the portions are good enough for three. Keeping in tune with their focus on the younger generation, each wall is decorated with paintings from up and coming artists, each of them at very affordable prices. Customers can just pick out a painting and take it home with them. Cosmos Gallery is providing Khazana with the paintings.
Avishek Sinha, Director of Operations of Khazana, stresses the importance of hygiene and high quality food. “If you were to walk into most kitchens, you’d never want to eat again. But in Khazana the kitchen is open. You can even watch them cook from the pavement outside,” he speaks into the microphone. “Every ingredient is bought from the India, including the Marico Saffola Oil and Kohinoor rice. Even the chefs are expats who have worked extensively in India to ensure the most authentic Indian experience.”
Sinha prides himself on his portions and mentions that considering the price the amounts served are more than enough. “Five pieces of mutton in a biryani for each person” he claims.
Offers such as complimentary drinks and chef special desserts are always available. Just check the Khazana web pages to keep up to date. Food festivals are an upcoming occasion while in the future Sinha hopes to open a chai bar.
come. It’s a minuscule effort but one which does needs mentioning; the table cloths are spotless and this is indeed not often seen when eating out. Maheen Khan’s own collection of antiques and objects from local artisans line the walls. A beautiful spiral staircase leads one to the second floor, where paintings from local and Indian artists can be seen. Khazana acts as a patron of the arts and provides a restaurant-gallery atmosphere.