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Updated 7 minutes ago

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As the book goes to press, I dial the Happiness Hotline (68886888), am connected to the nearest branch (they have almost 40 outlets in the city), and the piping-hot pizza is delivered within 30 minutes, as promised. Alternatively, log on to www.dominos.co.in to place online orders and you’ll be happy you did. Try the new side orders - Chicken Kickers, Italian Pasta and the Pizza Dips (basil, barbeque and tartar). They also have a new offer for individuals - one topping pizzas for Rs. 39, Rs. 55 and Rs. 75. Choose from 17 toppings (including local flavours like Peppy Paneer) on different bases (classic, hand-tossed, cheese burst, ultimate deep dish, deep dish and thin crust) in any of the three sizes (regular, large, extra large). Flavourful hand-tossed pizzas arrive quickly with the "30-minutes-nai-toh-free" scheme. I recommend the Pepperoni, Cheese Burst Pizza with creamy liquid cheese packed in, Meatzza (Ham and Lamb), Thin and Crispy Crust Pizza, Chicken Wings and Veg Extravaganza. They offer Mexican Wrap, Italian pasta, garlic sticks and brownies, but please stick to the pizzas. Cap it off with the luscious Choco Lava Cake with molten chocolate filling or the newest dessert on the menu - the Butterscotch Mousse Cake.

Updated 27 minutes ago

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Balle! Balle! I discover this no-frills Andheri dhaba thanks to being on the jury of The Times Now Foodie. The true-blue Punjabi in me is thrilled to eat in this seriously small (it seats only 30 people), functional, table-and-bench, non-airconditioned dhaba in Lokhandwala. The robust, homestyle flavours ensure that we keep eating. Most of the dishes are the kind which are not served in restaurants… like the Dahi Kadhi Pakodi with its perfect whisper of tanginess, the winter special of Sarson da Saag paired with well-cooked Makki di Roti delights with its authenticity. It’s the simply cooked Aloo spiked with Jeera that is another favourite as is the Stuffed Karela with its slightly bitter signature. The Sukhi Matki Dal is a surprising and yummy healthy addition. Except for the Arbi Masala (I prefer flattened and crisp arbi) all the other homestyle dishes (rotis included) do a bhangra on our tastebuds.

PS: While the food and the prices please our palate and wallet, here’s what warms our heart… owner Inderjit Anand, worked as an auto rickshaw driver and saved to set up this dhaba with his wife, Ranjit. She passed away tragically, a few days before our shoot but their daughter, Mandeep, promised her that they would continue to be consistently excellent. She lives up to her promise. Mubarkaan!

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