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Pictures of ‘Dharam phaaji’ as he’s fondly called all over the restaurant, caught my attention the moment I entered and I found ‘Garam Dharam’ to be a delicious mix of contemporary ambience echoed in the funky interiors replete with vibrant colours. The meals are served in customary style in tableware with traditional accents. Most dishes served have an equilibrium of flavour and texture, the exquisiteness of simplicity, and the unfussy sensuality with a good bar menu. The highlights are the Butter Chicken, rich and tangy, teamed with Mirchi Parantha. Also the Kalaunji Baingan in thick gravy; then there is the Kadhi Pakoda, designed to go beautifully with steaming rice. The Dharam Phaaji special Family Naan is interesting, there is also a Brain Curry delicacy, a rather delicious blend of lamb brains and spices, which takes some getting used to. Most of all the effortlessly spontaneous charming staff, with traditional feelings of hospitality and deeply instilled values, would make guests feel instantly at home on their visit. The desserts are nice but are a tad bit much on the sweet quotient.
After lot of deliberations, we as a group of friends finally decide to go to this outlet for drinks and food. Buzz was it has a great dhaba style ambience and food. We started with drinks which were bit pricey. Snacks were average except Mutton Seekh kebab which was very good - juicy and tender. Main course was a big disappointment. We expected Dal Tadka to be signature dish of the outlet but it was below average - low on tadka, low on portion size and average on taste. Other items were just average with nothing to write about. Overal, below expectations food on uncomfortable chairs.
Visited the place for a family dinner. Being a weekend the place was crowded. Food was reasonable and service was satisfactory. Loud music was definitely a distraction. The décor and choice of f&b is similar to a few more joints nearby. It's pity that the ambience of Connaught Place is changing from a quaint shopping place to noisy eating and drinking joints.
I went there for family lunch on sunday because i had heard raving reviews about food there but the same people didnt mention the delayed service, careless attitude of staff and general indifference that the place exuded. The place was full so that just says food is good in general. We tried dal makhni, kurkuri bhindi, breads, anda pakoda, dahi kebab and a few drinks and chuski. And no complaints in food department but still this was my first and last visit (unless absolutely unavoidable) to the restaurant.
Garam Dharam is a good place for spending time with nice Punjabi Dhaba types look, but the food taste is not that good, one can easily filter it out from its list.
The restaurant's decor is beautiful conceptualized, the service is quite good and quick. Had a dinner with a large group and it was very well handled by the staff. Music was catchy and enjoyable. The washrooms needs improvement in cleanliness.
We have always have had a fascination with filmy world, an allure that shows in our daily life. We try to incorporate this love even through our food, which gains an added sheen of Bollywood tadka making fine dining tad more fun. If you too are a combination of cinephile and foodie then we suggest you head towards Connaught Place in Delhi, where tucked into the trendy lanes is a quirky fun restaurant that perfectly captures the best of both worlds. For cinematic lovers ‘Garam Dharam’ has almost become a mecca of flavours. This playful casual dining space is themed after legendary Bollywood actor Dharmendra and encompasses his love for rustic Punjabi fare with his vast filmography. The restaurant is located on the outer circle in M Block with a generous parking flanking it.
If you are a Dharmendra fan then you will find the décor of Garam Dharam a perfect fit for his image. But most of all, the actor is known for his deep love for regional Punjabi fare that originates from those colourful loud roadside dhabas. The restaurant is going for this precise food trend. Get ready to dive into some scrumptious North Indian curries, paired by a basket of flaky naans and thick glass of lassi. Dishes get fun-loving Punjabi names, which makes menu an interesting read. Start with a banta or a riskey chuski for that buzz. To nibble go for, masala tandoori jheenga, anda pakora, tawa soya chaap, murg highway tikka, corn palak ki tikki, galouti kabab and tandoori macchi tikka. After quenching your hunger pangs with an assortment of appetizers, dig in further with an array of mouth-watering curries.
For greedy souls, Garam Dharam serves generous thalis. You can try little bit of everything on one plate. Every Punjabi worth his salt loves his share of desserts. Here you can tuck into a delicious range of sweets like, falooda kulfi, kheer, ice cream, gulab jamun, fresh mango with ice cream and phirni. Garam Dharam is one of those reasonable places where you can enjoy a lavish North Indian feast for pocket-friendly prices. The restaurant captures the down-to-earth soul of Dharmendra through its rustic dhaba-inspired décor. Interiors resemble a truck stop with exposed brick walls, rough industrial look, truck slogans and famous Dharmendra murals. The casual playful vibe of Garam Dharam makes it a sought after dining destination with families.