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Hog Ok Please: 5 Spots A Foodie-Traveller Should Eat At

    There are days when we wake up craving those huge, greasy paranthas served with dollops of white butter, the kind you get at the dhabas lining the highway outside the city. We’re listing our fav meal destinations for you near Delhi for the days you feel like cruisin’ and wolfing down plates and plates of deliciousness.

    Sharma Dhaba & Garden, Jaipur

    This is the place to head to, to try the famous Rajasthani mava naan. They have two seating arrangements—one just off the road and one behind, which is known as The Garden. A vegetarian only place, the paneer butter masala is easily the star dish here. Pair it with missi roti for the perfect meal.

    There is a lot of seating space available (both indoor and outdoor), so you and your foodie gang can grab their comfy cane chair and hog! And it's easy to find, hail Google Maps!

    Where: Jaipur – Sikar Road

    Driving Time: 1.5 hours (approx.)

    Price: INR 500 for two people.

    Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba, Murthal

    One of the most popular spots, Sukhdev attracts customers from the city on an almost daily basis. The 64-year-old dhaba serves a range of Indian, Chinese, Continental and South Indian fare. Their specialty? Paranthas. Available with fillings like gobhi, pyaaz and of course the much-loved aloo, these make for the perfect breakfast on a weekend morning.

    Their Amritsari Kulcha is worth a taste too. Wash it down with their rich but refreshing badam milk.

    Where: G.T. Road, Murthal, NH1

    Driving Time: 1 hour 20 minutes (approx.)

    Haveli, Murthal

    If you’ve ever driven down to Chandigarh, you know what we’re talking about. Karnal Haveli is a proper restaurant, but the food is typically that of a dhaba. From paranthas and dal makhani, to kadhi and chhole, you can’t go wrong with your order here. They also have a large dedicated area for kids, in case you want to make a road trip with the entire jing bang.

    You must try their paranthas, dal makhni, lassi, and kadhai paneer for sure!

    Where: GT Road Karnal, NH1

    Driving Time: 1.5 hours (approx.)

    Choki Dhani

    A typical Rajasthani restaurant in Sonipat, drive here for the excellent daal baati churma, moong dal halwa, Rajasthani kadhi and besan gatta. They also offer a bunch of recreational activities such as skill games, tonga rides and henna application.

    Where: 64th Milestone, NH 1

    Driving Time: 2 hours (approx.)

    Haveli, GT Road, Amritsar

    Built like an iconic 'Haveli' outlet, the Amritsar branch doesn't disappoint as well. The place is really beautiful and is also perfect to grab some delicious quick bites from. You must definitely try their Amritsari kulche, paranthas, chhole, lassi, long story short, they serve mouth-watering dishes!

    Where: Amritsar- Jalandhar highway, GT Road

    Price: INR 450 for two people.