Cooking and relishing food needs a sense of sophistication. And certain cuisine needs special expertise. Those who we are living abroad always looking for vernacular taste with right kind of food texture. Bangladeshi people are inherently big fan of food that ranges from savory to sugary. In a recent adventure some of our friends went to a Bangladeshi restaurant named ‘Zam Zam’ in Abha, Saudi Arabia to find a clue to our traditional gastronomy. Though I am not at all a gastronome or gastronomist but my taste buds are not completely unreliable. The owner of that restaurant, Mr. Ameer (to us he is Ameer bhai) offered us Bengali Rasgulla, a syrupy ball-shaped dumpling. Our past experiences with Rasgulla from other Bangladeshi restaurants were horrible. Mr. Ameer offered us some for free. Condition was, “if you like it you must recommend it to others”. We took the challenge and got delectably vanquished by that soft, spongy, juicy snowy balls from another world. Long live Rasgulla, long live ‘Zam Zam’.