As a distinct geographical entity, Bangladeshi cuisine is no less distinct. Predominantly a wetland fish is a main source of protein. Rice and dal are also staples with the Hindu- Muslim population. Expect dishes to have an assertive use of exotic flavor and fragrant spices like coriander, ginger, garlic, cumin, turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, and chili’s. If you have ever dined at an Indian restaurant in the U.K. most likely you have already experienced Bangladesh cuisine. A Bengali sweet is a must to cool the palate after a spicy meal. Well known for its sweet, spongy, and milky temptations, which include favorites such as Rasho-gollah, kalo-jam, shandesh and so many others for you to discover.