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This Sunday we were looking for a good north Indian joint on ECR as we like to drive thru that road,but now that road has become a total concrete.such fast development though its a sore to the eyes.I was searching the net, asked few friends and then zeroed on Delhi Dhaba..Its opposite to VGP Beach and there are three restaurants Malgudi,one Delhi dhaba and one for fast food.

We went to Delhi has a retro bollywood ambiance with old heroes pictures everywhere. Bamboo legs of tables are fine but otherwise it looks very old. Outside it was looking good with village look but then the weather was hot and I wanted to sit inside in airconditioning.

The one who took the order looked like an old fat clerks you see in offices..nothing pleasant about him.On the table there was a card telling us that they have two chef special..paneer kabab and vegetable kababs platter..we ordered tomato soup and veg.kabab platter, as we tgought we will order pane

er in main dish.But what he brought was quite big for two and had more paneer than vegetables, they charged also whopping 750/ for i like the places where while taking orders , waiters tell us that its too big for two.Anyway platter was good and we were almost full after that...

So we ordered stuff kulcha and was ok, not good, not even good pickles.

Rates are reasonable, like most vegetables are in 220/ range..

I missed the mocktails there, they have lassi, etc

I wouldnt say it was bad, but it wasnt very good even, they could make the experience so much better with a little consideration for decor and uniforms and all.


SG said…
Thanks for the warning.
Renu said…
:).are you staying in velachery?..I also stay in velachery..

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