Chicken Makhanwala To Amritsari Combos: Baba Da Dhaba's High-Octane Punjabi Fare Is Now In Koramangala

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    It’s all out comfort food that’s on offer at Baba Da Dhaba’s first standalone store in Koramangala. With filling portions and a quaint ambience, you’ve got yourself a winner.

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    We’re so used to ordering in the soul food from Baba Da Dhaba all these years, we nearly missed that they’ve opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant in Koramangala. But since we found out, we have been piling up on some divine Punjabi fare. Between dunking kulcha in rich, Chicken Makhanwala and drinking tall glasses of lassi, we get lost in a happy world you see. We are sure Baba won’t mind as long as we continue ordering favourites like Top Gear or Speedy Combos, dal makhani and mutton biryani. Oh yes, their entire delivery menu that has probably been your go-to orders for lunch or dinner makes its way to the tables of Baba’s 7th Block Koramangala outlet.

    Located where Elongo’s used to be, the two-floored restaurant isn’t quite done up in the dhaba-like decor but rather in a very industrial setup. We aren’t complaining, we quite like the quirky, colourful decor and that al fresco seating. Eating piping hot dal makhani along with the evening breeze does have its own charm.

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    You can pretty much order individual components. We can vouch for the Kastoori Paneer Tikka and Bhatti Da Murgh. If prawns make you happy, order the Tandoori Jhinga that comes with jumbo prawns that pack a punch. The portions are on the larger side, making it ideal for two or more people. But then again, Baba Da Dhaba is known for its combos.

    If you have read our recommendation on Baba’s combos, you will know that we swear by the vegetarian and non-vegetarian Amritsari Combos that come with Paneer Makhanwala and Butter Chicken {spicier version though} respectively. Combos really work for us because it’s all a controlled portion making sure that there’s no wastage or the feeling of not having eaten enough. Apart from the Top Gear and Speedy combos, they also have a Convertible Combo, which is almost like a medium meal. Order the Kashmiri combo that comes with Rogan Josh or if you are a vegetarian, go for the Lucknowi Combo that comes with a variant of palak paneer called the Saag Paneer. Wrap up your meal with their Phirni or Kheer.

    So, We Are Thinking...

    We completely forgot to order ourselves a tall glass of chilled, thick lassi that’s been churned by Baba himself at a million RPM, the last time, so we definitely need to go back for that. And for their breakfast menu.

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