If you live in or near Delhi-NCR region, chances are that you have heard about this place. It is truly THE place to eat if you want to know how rich, creamy, spicy north Indian food tastes like.
Dhabas were originally eating joints built on highways to provide easy access to food to travelers However, the taste of the authentic Indian food in Dhabas used to be so delicious that every eating joint which wanted to make an identity of serving delicious Indian food started associating the word ‘Dhaba’ with their names. And that is how we got the modern dhabas where the sitting arrangement is pretty much like today’s modest restaurants and the food is still authentic Indian.
Sukhdev Dhaba is one of these modern dhabas situated on the Murthal Highway approximately 45 kms away from Delhi. A word of advice: If you are in Delhi, please please do give this place a try, you will love the amazingly D.E.L.I.C.I.O.U.S. food here. Since it takes a lot of time to reach here, families plan Sunday brunches to this place and youngsters plan night-outs to eat at this place. I have been here twice, once with family and very recently with my friends after our farewell party. 🙂
Now the funny part of the story: there is a reason why I have not done eating out posts before this. The reason is that as soon as my food is served at any place, I just pounce upon it and there is no time to take pictures. 😛 However, the day we went here was one of the Navratri days and I was fasting on that day (Navratri is an Indian festival of 9 days dedicated to Indian Goddesses). Hence, as my friends ate, I had all the time in the world to click pictures and I had my friend’s camera too. Now you know. 😉
PS: If any of you are interested in knowing about my camera woes, please refer to this post. 🙂