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My partner and I visited here with our children in the hope to get some propper authentic Indian food. After having average tasteless Indian food from takeaways we hoped for something better.
We had visited here a lot of times in the past but not...in a long time and remember that the food was really good but not now
The decor is tired and dated. The air conditioning was covered in dusty cobwebs what was not good as it was a very hot day. There were fans dotted about the place but it was still very uncomfortable.
We were given a very small table , there was barely enough room for the food.
There was a dead fish floating around in the fish tank.
The drinks weren't very cold . My daughter had a coke it was flat and on the visit to the old urine, scented toilets we discovered the customers coke was being poured from a large shared plastic bottle behind the bar.
The food was fresh. There was plenty of soft meat and a nice thick sauce in the curries .The portions were large but it was bland. The curries lacked flavour and that extra depth Indian curries used to have .
The naan was the same very fresh but no flavour. The egg fried rice was nice and fluffy.
The staff were very friendly but we felt quite rushed to order. As soon as we sat down the waiter gave us the drinks menu stood there and asked what we wanted to drink .
Unfortunately this place is nowhere near as good as it used to be .
We won't be returning or recommending.More
If you go here in the evening do not worry about the state of the street in which this restaurant is. All the shops were shuttered, but go up the stairs to the restaurant and you will not be disappointed. Great food, friendly staff, good...service. We enjoyed it so much we went back again the next evening.More
Highly recommend and highly addictive this place is amazing the food and service is first class but please ask for recommendation on the food because they know best ... and ask for ak one of the waiters he is so friendly and professional
I have now had two meals at the Dhaka Dynasty and on both occasions, the food has been excellent, the staff are very friendly and the atmosphere was very good. A lovely place not far from Coventry city centre to have a great experience- thank...you.More
Tonight we were recommended this restaurant by many friends and family. We arrived and the venue did not dissapoint. It was clean with an authentic ambiance. My partner and I ordered for starters fish pakora and king prawn tikka and wow the tastes were amazing....We followed with a chicken pathia which had a nice kick and also a lamb methia. Both of these dishes recommended by close friends. The staff were extremely attentive and very accommodating. We would definitely recommend this restaurant again and will be visiting again very soon.More
A work colleague of mine recommended Dhaka Dynasty, as he had been there several times. There seems to be two parts to the restaurant, an upstairs sit down area, and a downstairs take away. The takeaway part looked closed when I drove by, so I...thought the restaurant was too. After calling my friend who was inside, he said it is the door on the side that leads upstairs. This is for those of you who go and think it might be closed.
Going upstairs, right away is a nice waiting area and bar. We were taken to our table where the waiter took our orders and brought our drinks. We started with poppadoms and four sauces and toppings (a yellow sweet sauce, an apple-ish chutney, a red spicy sauce and chopped onions). I forgot their proper names but there was a lot of variety and with the poppodoms being huge there were many combinations to try.
For entree I had the Dhaka Special Masala which is chicken, lamb, tandoori chicken, cream and egg. This is definitely up there as one of the best Indian meals I have had. Great portion size and quality. Not spicy and a bit sweet. On its own I'd give it a 10 out of 10. I also ordered the pilau rice which was colorful and tasty. This would be my only complaint, that there wasn't enough of the rice.
I also ordered the Keema Naan which was a good sized portion and perfectly seasoned. This Naan could be quite filling on its own.
My colleague also ordered the Chicken Dansak, to share, which was also delicious. It was sweet but seasoned very well.
The waiters kept checking on us which was nice. We always had full glasses and anything else we needed.
Overall great restaurant and will be returning. I ordered a Chicken Rogan Josh for later and was glad I did. Letting the flavors marinade more over night made the taste even better.
As always the prices are relative, an entree and rice will be about £10. To get a Naan is another £2.50. I would recommend looking at the menu as there are a lot of choices.More