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Bangalore finally has a Dhaba. Yes, introducing Dhaba by Claridges in Indiranagar serving lip-smacking Punjabi-style food along with Bollywood numbers.

What Is It?

As the name suggests, Dhaba by Claridges is a dhaba-style restaurant located on Indiranagar’s 12th Main, just what the already buzzing street needed! The staff is lively and well-trained to keep you entertained, even if that means to break into a bollywood dance!

What’s In It?

The interiors depict fun elements of a typical dhaba – a huge truck painted on the wall, quirky one-liners in Punjabi heavily inclined towards the drinking culture back there, brass utensils displayed on the counter, the staff dressed in colourful attire and lots to keep you entertained as you wait for your food. To add a local flavour, there is an entire wall of Channapatna toys that also find place at the bar counter.

Must Try

The menu looks as heavy duty as Punjabi food:

  1. The Dal Dhaba (Dal Makhani) is to die for! After ages I finally found really tasty dal makhani out here in Bengaluru where tasty North Indian food by itself is difficult to find.
  2. If you like tangy chaats, Tandoori Bhune Aloo meets expectations with its crispy texture and tangy taste.
  3. The Balti Meat is Dhaba’s signature dish, loved by non-vegetarians and tastes best with a lachcha paratha.
  4. Oh and you cannot finish your meal without having a bottle of Somras, which is an alcoholic version of Aam Panna. Let me tell you It’s also super cooling for the summers!

Verdict

Perfect for a family lunch or dinner and also there’s plenty of food and drinks coupled with a good dose of entertainment.

Deets

Address: 2 Floor, 618, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bangalore

Reservations: 080 4965 2541

Timings: 12 noon – 11.30 pm

Burn: Rs. 1,500 (for two)

 

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