The Tiranga special at Pind Da Dhaba for Indian Independence is what you would love to go back again and again. They have created the spirit of nationhood through the tri color flag, giving it a beautiful appealing and texture to it. Starting from the Lassi, Starters, Main Course to Dessert every dish here is prepared bearing in mind the Indian Flag. So its like Home Coming during Independence Day!!

CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH PIND DA DHABA!!!

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To start with the Tiranga Special we were served Lassi, the Punjabi style in Matka Glasses, thats what the tradition like. Topped with Tri Colors, giving a very refreshing and soothing taste to it.

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The Dal Palak Shorba, lentil soup with shredded spinach was finished with Lentils, Malai and Spinach to bring out the beautiful color of our National Flag.

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From the Starter section we were served

Paneer Malai Tikka, Chuunks of Indian cottage cheese cooked in cashew nut paste, cream and onion.

Makhmali Seekh, a tandoori delight prepared on skewers, mixed cottage cheese, potato and bread crumbs with mild spices.

Haryali Paneer Tikka, Indian cottage cheese marinated in fresh mint and spinach with spices and grilled over charcoal.

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The Non Veg Starters

Fish Ajwaini Tikka, fish cubes marinated with Tandoori Masala flavored with carom seeds.

Murg Malai Tikka, Chicken chunks marinated with cheese and cream grilled in tandoor.

Chicken Pahadi Tikka, chunks of Chicken cooked in spinach, mint, coriander and chilly paste.

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The Rumali Roti served were soft, fresh and hot.

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The Veg Main Course

Paneer Taka Tak, cottage cheese with bell pepper and tomato in onion gravy.

Methi Malai Muttor, green peas sauteed and simmered with cashew paste and seasoned with white pepper and fenugreek.

Sarso Ka Saag, mustard leaves cooked with Punjabi spices finished with cooking butter.

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Punjabi Kukkad, Chicken cooked in keema with chef special gravy.

Murg Patiwala Shahi, succulent pieces of boneless chicken cooked in clay oven and tempered in onion paste and cashew paste with a hint of tomatoes seasoned with cream.

Mutton Saagwala, Indian mutton simmered with fluffy spinach and fine spices.

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Now here comes the best part the Dessert, now here’s the Tiranga Kulfi.All done with Mango, Malai and Paan flavor. Too delicious to resist and i ended up having 2 of those and i am not ashamed of it.

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Authentic Punjabi food with slow preparation in the world dominated by fast foods. A joint where you can relax and enjoy delectable Punjabi dishes. Now also serving corporate lunches to give a healthy approach to Indian food, and an effort never before. Pind da Dhaba is utterly charming. It’s vibrant, bustling and colorful, but not at all tacky. The food also impresses. With a lovely smokiness to the flavor.

Highlights : Home Delivery,Kid Friendly

Cuisines : Indian, North Indian

Known For : Presenting the sumptuous flavors of Punjab as well as other Indian specialities, complemented by friendly staff and efficient service

Address : Behind Jumbo Electronics, Al Karama, Dubai

Opening hours : Today  12 Noon to 3 PM, 7 PM to 12 Midnight

Phone Numbers : 04 3885333 ,04 3885222

Table reservation recommended

Cost : AED 130 for two people (approx.) Cash and Cards accepted