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Time - 11:30AM to 11PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.600
Cuisines - North Indian , Ice Creams & Desserts
Serve - Lunch, Dinner,
Suitable for Family , Friends , Food Explorers
One of the best theme based restaurants in the city, Dhaba Project, is a restaurant based on Punjabi Dhabas that are famous for its local North Indian dishes. Open from 11:30 am to 11 pm every day, this restaurant is famous for their North Indian, especially Punjabi dishes. Located near TSC Hospital at Kazhakoottam, dinner and lunch hours are the best times for a visit.
The word ‘Dhaba’ certainly paints a picture in your mind about a certain kind of eatery typically seen close to highways with old cots, wooden tables and flickering tube lights. Whatever one might say about the ambience about dhabas, there is no denying the fact that, they sure as hell serve you the best of North Indian dishes. It is quite easy for one to wish if it was ever possible to get this taste in a better ambience.
Well, your prayers have been answered. People at Dhaba Project has completely re-invented the concept of dhaba and turned it into something amazing. Instead of old cots and tables, you get a proper ambience to dine in, unprofessional waiters exchanged for neatly dressed waiters, and in the place of flickering tube lights, you see warm yellow lights. The only thing that hasn’t changed is the taste, which is at par with the culinary standards you are familiar with in dhabas.
When you are traveling on N.H Bypass, Dhaba Project is located after Techno Park Junction, Near TSC Hospital at S.N Nagar, Kazhakoottam. They have all facilities you can expect from a highway stop over along with a vast parking area. They have a very elaborate menu from North Indian and Punjabi cuisine including both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Dhaba Special Chicken, Punjabi Prawns, MalaiKofta, SabjiPanchmali are some of their must try side dishes. Various faloodas, desserts and juices are also available on order. Special Chaat counter, right at the entrance of the restaurant is crowded during evening hours.
Customers who visit this place are welcomed with Dhol, a Punjabi musical instrument. The whole ambience of this restaurant deserves a special mention as it is maintained at the best and adds more to the whole dining experience at this hotel. They have different dining areas, both private as well as open, designed to cater to the needs of their family customers as well as random travellers.
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