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Don’t we all just love the Navratri Month. The 10 days of festivity where everything is pure and in goodwill. A flare of positivity and most importantly the happiness it brings on the faces of devotees as they get to serve goddess by prayers and fasting to gain her blessings.
One get a little upset when navratri end. Now the festivity is about to end and we go back to our regular lives.
It was the first time when we decided to go out to try Navratri food. As fasting is an important element during Navratri but with some help from the Dhaba By Claridges it became feast for us.
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It is located just below the Nehru Place metro station in Epicuria Mall. This one is for all the true Desi’s out there. Get the complete Dhaba feel with legacy of 30 years the food here is ravishing. As anyone you will never hear a bad review.
For the Navratri season chef curated a special menu that even people who are not fasting will love to indulge in. *I’m one of them*
The special menu was only for the Navaratri i.e from 1st October to 10th October. It was a three course meal.
For the starters there was Malai Paneer Tikka , Tawa Arbi and Aloo chaat. We decided to go with Aloo chaat and Malai Paneer.
Malai Paneer was simple and clean without any masala as it was for the navratra menu which was very good in taste. Aloo Chaat was so delicious that ended up finishing the whole plate all by myself.
For the main course there were mouthwatering dishes like kache kele ka kofta , Samak Chawal, Tamatar Aaloo etc. The dishes have been carefully curated and prepared in a way that people who are fasting can enjoy a full complete meal.
For dessert there was Sabu Dane Ki Kheer and Shakarkandi ka Halwa to satisfy our sweet tooth. I totally devoured the Shakarkandi ka Halwa, that was the best dessert for Navratra I ever had.
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The best part about this menu at Dhaba is the cost nothing above INR 500. Must visit next time you will not only love the food but also the Ambience everything has a typical Indian tadka to it.
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