The Dhaba serves average food in a 5 star hotel with the ambience and interiors of road side food joints of the Indian Highways. While the latter are much cheaper and purely utilitarian, this restaurant is not. The food is not exceptional but the place has a novelty factor to it. It might appeal to expats as well as upscale local customers. But anyone who has eaten at an actual dhaba will find the experience just average.
The service is not much to talk about. While the staff's nervousness and lack of promptness can be put down to the fact that the restaurant just became operational, the cost a customer bears makes it unacceptable. Though polite, the staff is evidently untrained and raw.
All in all, an average place. If one is looking for real dhaba food, I suggest you go to a real dhaba. However, if you are not very adventurous and want all the comfort of a five star, give this place a try.
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