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Dhaba – Colorful And Spicy Indian

If you like Indian food as we do, Dhaba has a great chance to become your favorite Indian restaurant in Moscow.

We have tried Dhaba for lunch and for home delivery and both times we were more than happy with flavors, the high quality of ingredients and the service. Besides the great food, the restaurant has a bright and colorful interior, which makes Dhaba a perfect destination for a lunch with friends or for a family dinner.

Our recommendations would be lamb curry "Mutton Roghan Josh" and a very tender and flavorful chicken from tandor oven "Murg Tikka" which, comes with a fresh mint sauce. Their garlic nan and roti breads are very nice too. Try the eggplant curry "Baingan Masala" from the vegetarian dishes.

If you really like spicy food do not hesitate to ask for Indian spicy level when you order and you will not be disappointed. But it is not a problem at all for the kitchen to accommodate non-spicy eaters.

For your convenience, Dhaba has a delivery service throughout Moscow. After trying it out, we can definitely recommend this option.

Location: Novolesnaya 2

Metro: Mendeleevskaya

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