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The highway that this restaurant is named after stretches from Bangladesh to Afghanistan. The Grand Trunk Road, the restaurant, however, draws its inspiration from the lively eateries that dot the highways in Punjab. The sprawling dining area is colourful and brightly lit. A modified truck is the focal point of the décor that features numerous other dhaba and truck related paraphernalia. The elaborate menu at GTR has everything you would expect in a Punjabi restaurant and then some. Most of the dishes, however, have been tweaked heavily to cater to Hyderabad’s taste buds. Hotheads will relish the triple-spiced 'Tangri Oye Hoye' and 'Veg Kolhapuri', but the overdose of red chilly will irk anyone looking for authentic Punjabi fare. GTR’s lunch and dinner buffets are quite popular owing to the economical pricing and the elaborate spread. Starters are served on the table, while 'Chaat' and other street food is available from live stations. The buffet spread usually goes beyond Punjabi fare and incorporates popular dishes from other parts of the country.