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This is a restaurant where the interiors will always make a lasting impression especially because it is a take on a highway dhaba – with a truck, signboards and its rustic ambience. That is truly where all the fun begins. The Banta Sodas are a great option for a non-alcoholic drink, especially the 'Aam Panna' Banta. We loved the 'Saag Ki Tikki' and the 'Dilli Ki Nihari', both of which we could not stop eating. The 'Malai Chicken Tikka' was creamy with a lovely bite to it while the 'Galouti Kebab' was absolutely bursting with flavours and was melt-in-the-mouth. Skip dessert, have a 'Meethi Lassi' instead. Large quantities so make sure you have lots of people to share with.
i visited this restraunt on 11.11.18 with my family and friends . we were around 10 people and we ordered butter chicken , balti meat , handi chicken and malai kofta and some indian breads . leaving aside breads not even a single item was tasty . each and every item was very poor in taste and prices are very much high acc. to the quality . i don't understand who suggested the owner of the restraunt dhaba to open the restraunt and prices are even higher than moti mahal , darya ganj which is an award winning restraunt in it's non -veg .
This is a good reataurant in Nehru place close to the metro station and Eros Hotel. They offer authentic dhaba food. You must try the Amritsari choley and Kulche. Order Firni for desert. As they also serve liquor it adds a good real dhaba flavour!!
We visited the Dhaba, as the result of an invitation for a birthday dinner. Had just returned from a trip to the Punjab, and the first impression was that the restaurant has not been able to create the atmosphere or ambience of a Dhaba. There are props like the bar made of a TATA truck body, and the degchis on a counter (placed too high), however the props have to be supported ably to make it an experience. The prices are more somewhat on the higher side. Slightly unfair comparison, but the food we had at a highway restaurant called a dhaba, on the way to Bathinda was much better in quality (taste) and at about one-tenth of the cost. Given the price of real estate in Nehru Place, there can't really be a price comparison. We ordered a Murgh Seekh Tawa Masala, (an overdose of Black Cardamom ruined the taste), Butter Chicken, (all right), Dal Makhani, Alu Wadi (not up to Amritsar standards), and Baingan ka Bhartha, (which was as it should be). We had Matki Kulfi for dessert. It is served without Faluda, so it has to be asked for separately. For the Indian Breads as they are called we had Laccha Paranthas, and Pudina Paranthas, which could have been better. The place is fairly noisy due to the volume of the songs being played. Hold on to your napkin if you're sitting close to the entrance, the blast of air every time the door opens is likely to blow the napkin off your lap.
The Claridges have create their brand by this name . Every dish you taste here has the stamp and class of original Claridges Dhaba of central Delhi . Service is quick and with persona touch . Amolak Rattan Kohli Former Governor of Mizoram
Food-2.5/5 Staff-2.5/5 Ambience-3/5 Had lunch at this restaurant. Ordered butter chicken, Daal, rice and pulao. Chicken was good but the Daal was very disappointing. In short, recommended only for non-vegetarian people as they have variety for non-veggie people. Hope this helps!