Culinary Poetry

By MWB Desk

 Sear Bar & Restaurant is a nexus of good food, good people and good music

The Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan Hotel is an establishment that prides itself on its top-notch architecture, design and artistic elements. The newest addition to the hotel is the Sear Signature Restaurant, which echoes the creativity that forms the cornerstone of this hotel’s brand. With a menu that puts health at the heart of its cuisine, the restaurant offers its guests an opportunity for a more specific healthy resolution – to enjoy good food, good people and good music.

Walk into Level 18, and you are welcomed by classic and sophisticated interiors designed with live jazz music in mind. Fancy columns, vintage chairs, and an absolutely gorgeous dining room greet you upon your arrival into the Sear Restaurant & Bar. With a warm atmosphere and superb service, this brand-new dining establishment is worthy of its title as the hotel’s signature restaurant.

Big glass windows afford a spectacular view, and when the sun goes down, the live piano creates the perfect experience for intimate dining. This is a bona-fide jazz bar where you can drop by for a pre-dinner drink or unwind over one of their signature mocktails crafted just for you by a Romanian mixologist who uses his own home-made ingredients to create these rejuvenating beverages.

A dynamic live kitchen takes pride of place amongst the plush, comfortable seating in the dining area, positioned to provide a sensory feast without distracting diners from their enjoyable plates. The restaurant has a critically acclaimed Malaysian-Singaporean Executive Chef ensuring only the finest meals make it to the table.

Sear Bar features live bossa nova and swinging jazz courtesy of their in-house band consisting of their Cuban vocalist and Brazilian instrumentals. The spontaneous, rapidly evolving rhythms and harmonies of jazz, which can alter the mood and tempo in a heartbeat, creates a charged atmosphere, so that every encounter at Sear will be ripe with possibility.

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