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An ode to Punjab and its leading man – actor Dharamendra, is ‘Garam Dharam’ in Mohali. The first thing you notice about this ethnic Indian restaurant is its vibrant interior. A quirky light arrangement on the ceiling coupled with rustic walls dotted and old artefacts is not just eye-catching but will have you reaching for your phone as well. The seating is very well spaced out and each corner tells a visual story about the actor – be it the artwork capturing a scene from the film ‘Sholay’ or the posters of his movies. The interiors are definite conversation starters. As you settle in, the servers are quick to offer the menu. It is quintessential Punjabi/Mughlai fare all the way. The tandoori line-up is robust in both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian section. There is also a section offering dishes off the tawa. The main course is equally plump and even includes the popular dhaba speciality – ‘Baingan Ka Bharta’ and ‘Paneer Bhurji’. The non-vegetarian selection includes everything from ‘Anda Bhurji’, ‘Chicken Curry’, ‘Laal Maas’ to ‘Mutton Rogan Josh’ and ‘Bhuna Gosht’. The ‘Mutton Curry’ goes well with the ‘Garlic Naan’, though you will need to pair it with 'Raita'. The service is very efficient and the prices are reasonable.