Little Dhaka is a Bangladesh restaurant—though you might call it Bengali (Bangladesh is the Bengali term for Bengal). It’s a steam-table place, with lots of entrées rotating daily.

pleasurepalate’s favorite dish was mutton with lentils: The mutton wasn’t gamey, and the sauce was great over rice. Lamb curry is also very good—a little oily, with tender, bone-in lamb.

Beef curry is tender as well, with bits of green chile hiding in the sauce. And there are excellent potatoes, cut into spears and sautéed with chile; the dish has a nice kick.

Little Dhaka [710-605 Corridor]
18159 Pioneer Boulevard, Artesia

Board Link: REVIEW w/ pics: The Mysterious, but Delicious Dishes of Little Dhaka

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