We are a group of 4 curry and beer enthusiasts, Niggles, Joebeak, Davekins and Chossmops who decided to trawl the curry houses of Ipswich to find the best and worst the town has to offer, we are rating each place in 5 categories: atmosphere, service, food, menu and drinks. Survey score is posted at the bottom of each review.

Sunday, 30 May 2010

Review of The Dhaka

The Dhaka is based at 6 Orwell Place, Ipswich, IP4 1BB and has been Davekins' regular curry haunt for some time. The staff at the Dhaka are very friendly and the service is swift without being rushed, they also have the added bonus of booth's which adds a sense of privacy and cosyness. The menu has a good selection of options and all reasonably priced, the only really dissapointing thing is the food, it's not terrible but not great, the curry's all seem to be padded out with onions and weather you have a rogan josh or a madras they use the same grilled skewerd chicken. Joebeak, had the Pssanda and said it was really very nice. I went for a mild korma this time, I know most people live under the impression that mild means bland, unfortunately in this case it does, I personally believe that mild dishes should be full of flavour just without the heat. Similar to the Sonar Bangla we found that the onion bajhi's were too large and floury. So the verdict, the food is generally fairly average but the service and atmosphere make it a pleasant experience.

Survey Score: Dhaka Indian Restraunt: 75.00%

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