3-6-14/2, Liberty Road , Opposite TTD
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  • 800/- (for 2 people)
  • Critic's 3.5
  • User's 3
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Dadu's Jharokha
in Himayath Nagar, Hyderabad
3-6-14/2, Liberty Road
Hyderabad
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2 Review(s) from our Foodies

2 Review(s) from our Foodies

Critic's Review
Critic's Review
Swati Sucharita
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added this month

Padharo Hamaro Des could well be the motto of this Rajasthani-speciality restaurant belonging to the Dadu's group. Be it the décor, the kansa crockery, the jamewar frames, brass door knobs, the feel is Rajasthani, right from the way male customers are given a pagdi to don during the meal, to the warm water brought to you in a jug and basin to wash your hands before the meal, to the Rajasthani folk music playing in the background. The Rajasthani thali for both lunch and dinner are the staples here and don't disappoint. There is daal-baati-churma, (done very well), farsaan (dhokla, pakoda, etc), rotis (bajra, jowar, makkai), vegetable curries, including Rajasthani favourites like Gatte ki Subzi, Ker Sangri, Papad Badi ki Subzi, khichdi-rice-kadhi served with dollops of ghee, papad, chutneys, pickles and kachumber. There are desserts for which Dadu is well-known for, Ras Malai, Gulab Jamun, etc. The meal is accompanied by never-ending glasses of delicious chaas, spiked with a nice coriander-jeera garnish. In the evenings, there is a raab or soup (Corn) served along with Jal Jeera. The restaurant also has an à la carte menu, offering North Indian and Chinese, but the Rajasthani fare is Jharokha's USP.

User Reviews

hariprakashmaru
  • Food
  • 10% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 10% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 30% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

VERY BAD TASTE.SERVICE IS VERY POOR..HEIGENE IS NOT MAINTAINED.SERVED JUNK FOOD.VERY SAD EXPERIENCE ON 26-1-2014.

Bre Witty
  • Food
  • 40% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

Having never tried Rajasthani meal before ,i visited this restaurant for the first time expecting atleast mediocre taste as i have purchased online food deal of dinner combo meal for this restaurant. A man donned in rajasthani style with pagri(turban) welcomed us.Ambience is good,its decor gives more of rajasthani home feeling. Waiter came to us and asked to select one of three combos listed .we have selected a combo which consists of dal,bati,rice,phulka,churma and rajasthani farsan.The reason for selecting this particular combo is that we never heard of names of items in other combos .He served jaljeera as welcome drink .It tasted horrible which made me to anticipate the taste of other items.Being optimistic,tried bati but only to get my face paled.Phulka is just ok but dal curry is horrendous .Immediately asked him to bring rice as it is the only saving grace to satiate my hunger .Finally,we were served rasamalai sweet which tasted really good .It is definitely not worth your money.

Dadu's Jharokha Reviews
Critic's Review
Critic's Review
Swati Sucharita
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added this month

Padharo Hamaro Des could well be the motto of this Rajasthani-speciality restaurant belonging to the Dadu's group. Be it the décor, the kansa crockery, the jamewar frames, brass door knobs, the feel is Rajasthani, right from the way male customers are given a pagdi to don during the meal, to the warm water brought to you in a jug and basin to wash your hands before the meal, to the Rajasthani folk music playing in the background. The Rajasthani thali for both lunch and dinner are the staples here and don't disappoint. There is daal-baati-churma, (done very well), farsaan (dhokla, pakoda, etc), rotis (bajra, jowar, makkai), vegetable curries, including Rajasthani favourites like Gatte ki Subzi, Ker Sangri, Papad Badi ki Subzi, khichdi-rice-kadhi served with dollops of ghee, papad, chutneys, pickles and kachumber. There are desserts for which Dadu is well-known for, Ras Malai, Gulab Jamun, etc. The meal is accompanied by never-ending glasses of delicious chaas, spiked with a nice coriander-jeera garnish. In the evenings, there is a raab or soup (Corn) served along with Jal Jeera. The restaurant also has an à la carte menu, offering North Indian and Chinese, but the Rajasthani fare is Jharokha's USP.

Latest Reviews

hariprakashmaru
  • Food
  • 10% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 10% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 30% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

VERY BAD TASTE.SERVICE IS VERY POOR..HEIGENE IS NOT MAINTAINED.SERVED JUNK FOOD.VERY SAD EXPERIENCE ON 26-1-2014.

Bre Witty
  • Food
  • 40% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 60% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 60% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago from Web

Having never tried Rajasthani meal before ,i visited this restaurant for the first time expecting atleast mediocre taste as i have purchased online food deal of dinner combo meal for this restaurant. A man donned in rajasthani style with pagri(turban) welcomed us.Ambience is good,its decor gives more of rajasthani home feeling. Waiter came to us and asked to select one of three combos listed .we have selected a combo which consists of dal,bati,rice,phulka,churma and rajasthani farsan.The reason for selecting this particular combo is that we never heard of names of items in other combos .He served jaljeera as welcome drink .It tasted horrible which made me to anticipate the taste of other items.Being optimistic,tried bati but only to get my face paled.Phulka is just ok but dal curry is horrendous .Immediately asked him to bring rice as it is the only saving grace to satiate my hunger .Finally,we were served rasamalai sweet which tasted really good .It is definitely not worth your money.

Dadu's Jharokha Reviews
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