What makes the Pride of Sylhet special?
There are thousands of ‘Indian’ restaurants in the UK, many run by Bangladeshi expatriates serving traditional ‘Curry’. However, that word is almost as misleading as the term ‘Chop Suey’ was to Chinese cuisine. Now, we are correcting that misnomer.
The cuisine is from Sylhet, a city in north eastern Bangladesh that’s located on the banks of the River Surma and surrounded by the Jaintia, Khasi and Tripura hills. The region is known for its tea gardens, tropical forests and many lakes. Sylhetis enjoy fish from the lakes and fruits and pickles from the hills of Assam that contribute to the distinct nature of their cuisine.
Bringing to Dunmow the authentic flavours of Sylheti cuisine at the Pride of Sylhet restaurant. With a reputation for attention to detail, fine ingredients, low cholesterol sunlower oil, no colouring and excellent service. So why not come and discover an intriguing menu from Sylhet? The regional variations of dishes, cooking and serving styles in the delightful Pride of Sylhet restaurant are bound to please.
Come and try – we look forward to your visit.
ON SUNDAYS, EATING IN OR TAKEAWAY
(drinks not included)
SUNDAY – THURSDAY
12pm – 2.30pm
6pm – 11pm
FRIDAY – SATURDAY
12pm – 2.30pm
6pm – 11.30pm
ALL TAKEAWAY ORDERS OVER £10
(all day, every day)