I’m not a big supporter of eating proper Indian food while I’m eating out. So when I was headed for a family dinner to Pritam Da Dhaba, there wasn’t much I was looking forward to. However, the food ended up being extremely tasty and I also had one of the best Hara Bhara Kebabs of my whole life! So here’s my experience at Pritam Da Dhaba.
That was Pritam Da Dhaba! I absolutely could not resist grabbing all of that roomali roti action and I’m so glad I did.
Here’s my full review and suggestions on what to eat when you are at Pritam Da Dhaba.
Hara Bhara Kebabs
These are just perfect. The stuffing is really good, they have the right amount of crunch. You can’t not have these at Pritam Da Dhaba!
Their version of paneer butter masala. It isn’t too creamy or too watery. The gravy has that nice tangy tomato taste with the right amount of Indian masalas. And this is the one I personally recommend over Moti Mahal’s paneer butter masala.
Crumpled paratha with loads of ghee. Try this for sure.
Not too heavy – you don’t feel like a slouch after eating this.
Those were my recommendation at Pritam Da Dhaba. It’s one of those Old is Gold kinda places. I think the food is really tasty. The ambience is also a no-nonsense kinds. They do have some sitting place outside as well which has that dhaba kind of feel – the khaats and the lit up trees. All in all, a great place for tasty Indian food.
Have you been to Pritam? Let me know about your experience in the comments below. And I would also like to know your favorite restaurant for Indian food.
Travelling makes me really happy. So does food. So here’s a snippet of something that I really enjoyed while I was in Los Angeles recently. Watch this video from my visit to 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria in Downtown, LA. And while your at it, do Subscribe to my YouTube channel as well.
800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria was just a couple of blocks from my hotel, and I visited this place one afternoon for lunch. They did have a whole authentic feel going on – open kitchen, multiple huge brick ovens and of course Margherita Pizza! If you have been following me, then you know that I absolutely enjoy a good Margherita – so here I was! And the best part was that I got to film a lot of the pizza being made. That’s how this video came along.
The pizza here was good – kinda soft and soggy like the authentic one, mild sauce and loads of Olive Oil and cheese. It was good pizza and I think I’d rate it a 4 on 5.
Here are some more pictures that you can check out from my visit here.
So if you are in Los Angeles, then do visit 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria. They also had a gelato section, which unfortunately I didn’t end up trying. Their pizza is quite nice and a great option if you are looking for a change than the regular American style sliced pizza. And they do have a lot of branches, across countries as well – Las Vegas, Dubai and many more.
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Recently tried out China Express on a crazy rainy noon! It has a window like area where one can stand and eat and view everything outside! And it also has a couple of tables and chairs outside.
I tried their wok – mixed way too many sauces. Basically the person who was making my wok gave me a mix of hunan, Schezwan initially and then asked me to taste some. I found it slightly dry so he added some butter garlic sauce to it. And then it was alright.
Before this, he handed me a bowl to choose the veggies I would like added – and there was all kinds of peppers, spinach, tomatoes, carrots, corn, cabbages etc. And you can choose any number of veggies you like.
The wok tasted great – wasn’t over spicy or oily. I like that they explicitly mention that they don’t use aginomoto and cook in olive oil.
I also tried their spring rolls – they took a while to come because they were made on the spot. The outer covering was a tad bit thick but the veggies inside were delicious.
Recommend this place if you’re around for a quick bite.
This month has been loads of Di Bella for me. Went to this particular outlet for some late night dessert cravings.
I had the usual – chocolate waffle. Yummy! Thick dense waffle with loads of chocolate topped. And chocolate ice cream and some fresh cream too. Absolutely recommend this.
On a side note – the staff at this particular outlet – particularly the lady at the counter was like – no taking pictures of anything apart from what you’re ordering. And that was quite appalling simply because any food enthusiast, on and off Zomato does get their fair share of clicks not just of what they eat but also of what the place looks and feels like. So if their staff is going to throw this kind of attitude , it definitely won’t go well with a lot of peeps.
Their waffles are that good that even this incident didn’t affect my ratings.
I recently ordered from Zees Pizza after seeing it on Zomato. This was traditional call and deliver and not via app.
I tried their vegetarian pan pizza and the vegetarian calzone. The pizza is exceptional – 5 veggie toppings for 99 bucks! And you have an opinion of either marinara or tandoori sauce. The pizza doesn’t feel like an effort to chew, sauce is super tasty.
Coming to the calzone – AweFreakinSome! I’m not exaggerating here at all. Yummy paneer filling in a mayo kinda sauce and probably some other things too. Very very good. I’m not too fond of calzone but this was super. And was actually recommended to me by the person taking my order!
Recommend this place 🙂 I can’t wait to try more of their stuff!
I was recently invited to check out this place. To be honest GoPanda has been on my wishlist for a while and also recommended to me by so many fellow foodies. I was so happy with everything I ate here and cannot wait to be back for another meal!
Recommend: Paneer Sloppy Joe Asian Noodles Croquet
I started with the Paneer Sloppy Joe. When I read the description of the sloppy Joe, it mentioned that it was a sandwich and I was like – a Chinese sandwich?!! But when I took the first bite I shut up for good! Yummy paneer with probably the best kind of Chinese seasoning and loads of cheese in a sandwich. And it’s served with some fries on the side. Truly one of the best sandwiches I have ever eaten.
Then I tried the Burmese Khao Suey. Really tasty – the noodles were just the right amount of crunchy and great coconut flavor.
After that I tried something called the Singaporean Baida Roti with some paneer stuffing in it. Exceptional is an understatement. This paneer stuffing was slightly different than the sloppy Joe one but yet so tasty. It is served with a Malaysian sauce / dip on the side.
And then I tried the Asian noodles croquet – similar stuffing like a spring roll but with some cheese. And the outer part is nice and crispy. It is served with some sweet chilli sauce. Absolutely loved this.
So tasty and affordable Chinese food has an all new meaning and definitely a destination for me.