If you are craving for some well-made, home-style Punjabi food, then head to Desi Dhaba for a complete dhaba experience. The rustic interiors of this restaurant have paintings from Punjab with locally woven carpets displayed on the walls. The dim lighting, exposed brick wall along with the stage for live performances, gives you a feel of a small dhaba in Punjab. Staying true to the feel, dig into the mouthwatering kababs and curries featured on the menu. Stat your meal with delicacies from the tandoor such as the aloo sialkoti, which has whole potatoes stuffed with cottage cheese, peas and dry fruits and cooked to perfection in a charcoal tandoor. The tandoori pomfret is a light starter with whole pomfret marinated in a well-balanced Indian spice rub and cooked in a clay oven. For mains, the handi ghosht is a good option paired with Dhaba daal. The tender pieces of lamb cooked with spinach, pumpkin and tomatoes, with the butter and cream laden daal, cooked overnight in a tandoor, takes you to the fields of Punjab. End the meal on a sweet note with the rice kheer, loaded with dry fruits.