Venue Info

Curry Hill, the stretch of Lexington Ave that runs straight through Murray Hill, is rife with Indian restaurants, the best of which may be Dhaba. The restaurant, which translates to “roadside stall,” serves a large menu of Punjabi favorites. Dhaba makes a unique version of the staple bature, which is a deep-fried flatbread. Theirs is puffy and wholly addictive, especially when served fresh from the fryer. Colorful fabrics roll line the long, slender space and jars of Indian spices are stacked prominently on shelves. The restaurant offers lunch specials seven days a week in addition to a late night menu.

Dhaba Indian cuisine
New York

Dhaba

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Curry Hill, the stretch of Lexington Ave that runs straight through Murray Hill, is rife with Indian restaurants, the best of which may be Dhaba. The restaurant, which translates to “roadside stall,” serves a large menu of Punjabi favorites. Dhaba makes a unique version of the staple bature, which is a deep-fried flatbread. Theirs is puffy and wholly addictive, especially when served fresh from the fryer. Colorful fabrics roll line the long, slender space and jars of Indian spices are stacked prominently on shelves. The restaurant offers lunch specials seven days a week in addition to a late night menu.