-By Marryam H Reshii
With its trademark mud walls, niches in which lanterns are displayed and part of a real truck right inside the restaurant, Dhaba was made to be an icon of the city. Expectedly, the food is hearty and dhaba style. Though the Aurangzeb Road branch is small, the one in Surajkund is spacious, and being newer, has even more quirky design elements than the parent branch. Large tables, plenty of noise, celebratory crowds and three generations of families add to the feeling that you are far away from Delhi, in a homestead near Punjab. It is heightened by the food: Baltim Meat, Dal Dhaba, Kadhai Paneer and Butter Chicken are their greatest hits.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Dhaba is situated in the Claridges Hotel, New Delhi. I personally feel the Indian food served in Dhaba is one of the best in all of Delhi. The ambiance is rustic and has a quasi-rural feel. That is the way the restaurant was designed. The food matches the ambiance and it actually makes me feel as if I am sitting in a dhaba. It offers a traditional north Indian cuisine. Over the last year or so, Dhaba has become one of my favourite restaurants and I have been going there frequently. Some of my favourite dishes include their Dal Makhani, Malai Kofta and Gobi Masala. Even though the food in Dhaba isn't very innovative, it has a special touch to it, and I definitely recommend trying it out.
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