A Wholesome Pit Stop at Food Village: A Memorable Snack on the Road.
Last month, during my journey from Rangpur to Dhaka, I stumbled upon a delightful pit stop that turned an otherwise long and tiresome bus ride into a relaxing and satisfying experience. This unexpected gem is known as "Food Village," and it quickly became evident why it enjoys such a favorable reputation among travelers.
The setting was simple yet inviting, with an air-conditioned seating area that provided a welcome break from the confines of the bus was much needed. As I settled down at one of their tables, the friendly ambiance instantly put me at ease.
Now, let's talk about the star of the show – the food.
I decided to keep it simple and opted for a paratha with mixed vegetables. The paratha, a popular unleavened flatbread in South Asia, was flaky and perfectly cooked.
The mixed vegetables, generously stuffed inside the paratha, were a flavorful medley of colors and textures.
Every bite was a harmonious blend of tastes, with the vegetables adding a refreshing crunch to the savory paratha. It was a wholesome and satisfying choice, especially during a long journey.
To accompany my meal, I couldn't resist ordering a cup of their milk tea. A warm and aromatic blend, it was the ideal beverage to complement the paratha. The tea had just the right balance of flavors, and it warmed me from the inside out.
One of the notable aspects of Food Village was its affordability. The entire meal, consisting of the paratha, mixed vegetables, and a cup of milk tea, set me back a mere $0.60. It was a pleasant surprise to find such quality food at such an accessible price point.
In addition to the delicious food, Food Village had some additional amenities that made the visit even more enjoyable. Their clean and well-maintained restroom facilities were a welcome sight during a long journey. Moreover, they had a dedicated kids' corner, making it a family-friendly stop for travelers with children.
Here is the Facebook Page link of the restaurant.
Photo source. I took the photo from their FB page to show you the exterior of the restaurant.
As I savored my meal and took in the peaceful surroundings, I couldn't help but appreciate the simple joys of life – good food, a comfortable setting, and a moment of respite during a hectic journey. Food Village had exceeded my expectations, and I left with a contented heart and a smile on my face.
For anyone traveling along this route, I highly recommend making a pit stop at Food Village. It's more than just a place to eat; it's a little oasis of comfort and flavor in the midst of a long journey. Whether you're a solo traveler like me or part of a family, you'll find something to relish and remember at Food Village.
Have a good day, everyone.