Reviewed 11 December 2014 by giribpai
This very popular dhaba has been morphing into a restaurant type eatery over the years. Apart from the change in the layout and the ambiance, the menu too has kept changing and is now a very cosmopolitan one offering food from all over India and also so called Chinese food sold in Indian restaurants. I have been to this dhaba many times and found that they have now made themselves suitable for a meal anytime of the day and also have stores around that sell touristy stuff. The food to be chosen however, in my view, is the north Indian or local cuisine. On a recent visit I ordered gobhi (cauliflower) and muli (radish) paratha. I chose these two over the aloo (potato) paratha which tends to be very heavy for non regular consumers like me. The parathas are served hot from the oven and with a giant helping of butter as is common in the region. Two parathas make a good, hearty and nutritious breakfast. We also ordered chai which is served in glass tumblers. The chai was nothing great. The prices are reasonable and one has options of seating in the open or air conditioned space. The restaurant provides ample parking space and also clean and well maintained washrooms. This is one among few very popular dhabas on GT Karnal Road and worth a visit while in the area.
Visited December 2014