It’s the end of November and I am still grappling with a lot of things. There are times when I feel, 24 hours is just not enough for me.
There’s a lot of things that we have lined up for “The Tastes of India” and putting that into implementation is taking up most of my time. Amongst the things that we plan to do, are –
- Plans to set up a complete guidance and training course to help you setup a food blog like this one
- To include other aspects about India, because we feel that ‘The Tastes of India’ should not just be about food. Instead it should be about a lot of other things about India
- Run a few contests and giveaways.
I think that’s enough of my ramblings..
Our restaurant reviews received a lot of response and there were quite a lot of people who sent in there reviews. We had to spend hours reviewing the responses. But unfortunately almost 90% of the entries that we received just did not have enough information. Some had not photographs and some others came with photos that was not good to be used. In yet others there were no reviews or, a write-up about the place.
Sending in your reviews is very simple, just follow the instructions or, you can contact us to know more.
13 Dhaba, Hyderabad – A Punjabi Food Joint
I was first surprised to see the name and was trying to decode the reason for 13, an unlucky number according to a lot of people, to be there in the name of a restaurant.
It was after a while I figured out that it was actually, “Tera Dhaba”… meaning “Your Dhaba”.. Or, so I think. Not sure if the owners of this place had something else in mind.. 🙂
Address – 1-72/3A, Andhra Bank Lane, Near H.P. Petrol Pump, Gachibowli, Hyderabad
If you are a lover of North Indian Foods and you live anywhere close to this place or, are traveling to Hyderabad.. you should visit this place.
Chole Bhature, Aloo Parathas, Moong dal halwa and what not.. All of this in typical Punjabi Style. When you see the Aloo stuffing in the parathas or, the butter topping that comes with it, you will agree that “Tera Dhaba” is not like others who show their miserly characters in these.
If you looking for ambience, this is not the place to go. But if you are looking for good and tasty food, then this is not a place you want to miss.
But, keep in mind that whatever day or, time you go there, you might want to stand in a queue to order food. (Who cares, when your taste bud calls).
Light on your pocket and your eyes as well (because that is what takes the brunt when you look at those prices against everything in the menu), “Tera Dhaba” is worth visiting.
This review was submitted to us by Surinder Kohli from Hyderabad.