4 Dhabas On NH1 Where You Should Be Making Pit Stops On The Way To Chandigarhby Satvik Khare | Wed Jun 07 2017 | 113 Views
How many times has it happened that you plan a trip to Chandigarh, and you realise that you don’t know any good dhabas on the way? Eating at a dhaba at Murthal is okay but we’re actually bored of going to the same spots. Here’s a list of dhabas near Delhi that’ll make you forget the existence of Murthal and help you try something new.
1. Zhilmil Shere Punjab Dhaba, Karnal
It is one of the most underrated dhabas one can come across while driving on the NH1 towards Chandigarh. It’s not just a single dhaba, but a chain of them in one location. You will have to stop at the first one if you want to have the most amazing Tandoori Parathas with awesome homemade butter complimented with a tall glass of Lassi.
Head to Uchana, Karnal, NH-1, G T Karnal Road, Karnal
Timings 8.30 am – 11 pm
Pay INR 300 for two (approx.)
2. Haveli, Karnal
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Not just a restaurant located on the highway, Haveli’s décor resembles an actual haveli. Moreover, it has various distractions for kids ranging from haveli-themed activities and camel rides. While the kids are engrossed in their activities you can indulge on the scrumptious Dal Makhani, Poori Chole, Lassi and Jalebis.
Head to 133.5 K.M. Stone, G.T. Road, Karnal
Say hello at 098966-66611
Timings 24 hrs
Pay INR 700 for two (approx.)
3. Rasoi, Sonipat
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Have to stop somewhere near Murthal but don’t want to eat at Sukhdev or Pehelwan? Keep your eyes open for this highway dhaba a couple of kilometres right before Murthal, to enjoy authentic dhaba cuisine. Head over if you want to have some delicious Sarson da Saag and Makki di Roti.
Head to National Highway 1, Sonipat
Timings 8 am – 11 pm
Pay INR 400 for two (approx.)
4. Pooran Singh Ka Mashoor Vishal Dhaba, Ambala Cantt
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Crossing Ambala Cantt and not stopping here is a blasphemy. There are numerous dhabas trying to imitate this legend but the original and the most famous one is on the corner next to Ambala Cantt’s bus terminal exit. Things not to miss here are the mind-blowing Mutton Curry, Chicken Curry and Keema Kaleji. They were even visited by the guys from Highway On My Plate.
Head to Ambala Cantonment, Ambala
Timings 8 am – 10 pm
Pay INR 500 for two (approx.)
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