Is a thick iron griddle. Depending on the usage, it can be flat (dosa, uttapams), slightly concave in the center (Chapaati, takaatak) or like an inverted dome...read more »
We bring a Tapas style dining to Indian Food
Dhaba is more than a mere dining experience, so let's embark together on a complete gastronomic journey 'on a budget', in a stylish surrounding and with a friendly efficient service.Discover Our Concept
Meet The Chef
Manish Kumar is the creative head and heart of DHABA's vibrant and ever evoluting kitchen. He is passionate about his work and delivers highest standards and also looks for equal amount of commitment from his team members.
Manish Kumar Graduated in Culinary Science from IHM , Orissa. He started his career in 2000 in the catering industry at CLARKE HOTEL VARANASI. Then he moved to the famous TAJ GANGES , VARANASI in 2002. In 2004 he joined The Raddison Group of Hotels, Varanasi. During his tenure in the famous" Kebab Factory" restaurant at Raddison; he received the prestigious "Master Chef" certificate. He also received unprecedented press attention for his culinary skills. Year 2006 was the year of Manish's year of big leap. He joined The Rambagh Palace, Jaipur (a TAJ property) one of top hotels of the world. He left Rambagh Palace as an Executive Sous Chef as he wanted to travel and experiment further with his cooking. Manish is in Ireland since 2008.
Apart from being a top chef Manish is a dedicated family man and he loves to cook for his 3 year old son too.
Kachi dum Biryani of the day
Served with cucumber pachadi
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Jivit Samudari Lobster
Served with Masala Makai and Kurkure
Aloo Ask your waitron for details
Our Cooking Styles
Tandoori cooking is one of the highlights of Indian cuisine a cylindrical beehive shaped clay oven which can be best described as a 'cross' between a 'horizontal-plan masonry oven' and a makeshift 'earth oven'...read more »
Is a North Indian apparatus for cooking with the heat and hot smoke of a fire, wood, hot coal. It may also be dubbed as the 'poor-man's stove'...read more »