The only thing missing here is Daler Mehendi and his troupe. But then, with food like this, they would actually be a distraction.
The Central Court Hotel at Lakdi-Ka-Pul is organising a Punjabi Dhaba Festival from 5th to 13th May. The in-house team of chefs Akbar, Azan and Harpreet Singh will serve various items of the spicy cuisine of the land of five rivers, Punjab.
For starters, you can choose soups from Dal Shorbha, Badami Chooca Shorba (Non-veg), Punjabi Pea And Mint Soup, Punjabi Lentil Soup and Tarkari Shorba, and kebabs from Gilaphi Kebab, Dohara Kebab, Pudina Machali Tikka, Mahi Tikki, Barra Kebab, Chutney Murgh Kebab, Murgh Tikka Karnal Da, Murgh Lasooni Lababdar and Bemisal Shammi Sheek Kebab.
The non-veg main course consists of Machali Chutneyerali, Murgh Tikka Jhalfrazi, Gosht Patialashahi, Tawa Murgh Makhani, Tawa Machli Amritsari, Murg Kurchan, Patiala Saag Gosht, Dhabawala Murg, Bheja Fry, Tawa Bheja, Kaleji Fry, Butter Chicken, Kadai Chicken, Tandoori Chicken and Tagoda Chicken.
For the veggies, the main course comprises Sarson Ka Saag, Aloo Jeera, Kamal Kakari Masala, Achari And Kadhi Punjabi, Dhingri Chole, Gobi Kalimirchi, Baingan Ka Bharta, Bharwan Bhindi, Paneer Tikka Lahori, Shimla Mirchi Masaledar, Rajma Masala, Kadi Pakodi, Paneer Kurchan, Panchratan Dal, Dal Makhani, Hari Moong Dal and Dal Maharani.
In rice, there is Paneer Kaju Pulao, Methi Paneer Pulav, Patiala Dum Pulao, Motia Pulao, Dahi Bhalia, Punjabi Biryani, Kheema Biryani and Saada Chawal. You can choose from 30 varieties in the bread section - Khasta Roti, Makki Ki Roti, Missi Roti, Pudhina Paratha, Aalu Paratha, Rogini Naan, Tandoori Roti, Methi Roti, Masala Kulcha, Piaz Kulcha, Subzi Kulcha and Aloo Kulcha being some of them.
In addition, there are Aloo Chat, Chana Chat and other chats, besides a whole range of mithais and ice-creams, like Phirni, Rabri, Matka Kulfi, Kesri Kulfi, Gur Bagga, Jalebi, Pista Kalakand, Patisha, Angoori Peetha, Gajar Ka Halwa and Sweet Lassi.
The ambience of the restaurant has been transformed into that reminiscent of a highway dhaba. Adding to the rustic and earthy feel are the charpais, hukkas and thatched-roof dhaba counters. With Bhangra music in the backdrop, semi-finished tables like the one in a dhaba and the attending staff dressed in ethnic Punjabi attire, it doesn't get better than here if you want to have a feel of sitting in a Punjabi Dhaba.
All these mouth-watering spicy dishes are available for both lunch and dinner, a la carte. For further details, please contact 2323-2323.