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Old 8th March 2014, 19:07   #46
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Going to Jalandhar tomorrow from Amritsar.
Need a good recommendation as to where to eat breakfast.
Been to Lucky Dhaba and Haveli 1000s of times.

I would ideally like to stop around Beas. Any recommendations?
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Going to Jalandhar tomorrow from Amritsar.
Need a good recommendation as to where to eat breakfast.
Been to Lucky Dhaba and Haveli 1000s of times.

I would ideally like to stop around Beas. Any recommendations?
Nanak Sweets at Beas Stn on the GT road side. Not a dhaba but food is good.
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Legend of Punjab on NH3 between Thane & Shahpur, after Kalyan Phata.

Isn't there some popular dhaba at Dharampur (Kalka-Shimla road)?
Yes! There's one. I had been there some 4yrs back (May'09). If i remember right, its called 'Sharma Dhaba'. It comes on your left hand side while driving towards Shimla.
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Yes! There's one. I had been there some 4yrs back (May'09). If i remember right, its called 'Sharma Dhaba'. It comes on your left hand side while driving towards Shimla.
AFAIK, the famous dhaba in Dharampur is Giani Singh ka dhaba
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Default Deepak Dhaba, Dhanaula, Sangrur, Punjab

We had our dinner on 4 Oct 2012 at Deepak Dhaba, located at Dhanaula on Sangrur-Barnala road on RHS, comprising mouth-watering makki ki roti and sarson ka saag with free supply of unlimited butter-milk. This Dhaba was recommended by one Manpreet Singh, whom we bumped into at Patiala during our shopping.

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Going to Jalandhar tomorrow from Amritsar.
Need a good recommendation as to where to eat breakfast.
Been to Lucky Dhaba and Haveli 1000s of times.

I would ideally like to stop around Beas. Any recommendations?
Amritsar to Jalandhar is just one hour by rail, road etc? Though I am late in responding but you should have breakfast at Amritsar and then leave for Jalandhar.

I am sure you must be aware that Beas is famous for the Beas river and also the Radha Swami sect headquarters. So why this idea of leaving a foodie city like Amritsar and choosing a place like Beas that too within a distance of just 30 mins. Sounds strange.

Finally, where did you had your breakfast?
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A) The distance is 90+ km, so the time is a minimum of 1:30 hours
B) Beas is around 40 minutes, not 30
C) The fact that we left early-ish around 8:30 means there was no time for breakfact
D) Ultimately we had breakfast at a small canteen in jalandhar

Something like this, only worse.
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A) The distance is 90+ km, so the time is a minimum of 1:30 hours
B) Beas is around 40 minutes, not 30
C) The fact that we left early-ish around 8:30 means there was no time for breakfact
D) Ultimately we had breakfast at a small canteen in jalandhar

Something like this, only worse.
OMG!, I wish I could have read your post a little earlier. I am still trying to figure out this place shown in your picture.

What concerns me as a fellow Bhpian is that you had a worse breakfast experience, that too in my own home town, Jalandhar.

Anyway, if you happen to get a chance next time to be towards that side, be my guest.
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Its not a place in Jalandhar.

Its just for illustration purpose. Like a sample. I didnt have food at that place. It was something LIKE.
To be precise I had my breakfast at kabir Chowk.

And thanks for the very generous offer. I'm flattered.
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A nice place for Kolkata Bhpians.

I have seen most people from Kolkata prefer Sher e Punjab at Kolaghat or the cafe coffee day / Azadhind/ Hindusthan hotel on Nh2 Durgapur expressway. Let me share a place which offers some great food. This dhaba type restaurant is named as 'Sai Baba Hotel'.

Location- Coming from Kolkata go past Dankuni and take the old Delhi road. Just drive for 6kms from Dankuni it will be on the right hand side. Its approximately 3kms before the Sreerampore crossing.

This place looks no fancy and amenities are very basic too. Its only for them who wants good food. One can come up with there family too. Its a safe place. On the flip side its a non AC dhaba. Since i live closer to Dankuni i tried this place for the past one year with different food items. I simply love there paneer pakoda. Apart from that they make nice aloo paratha, dal fry, chana batora and other typical food items. Today i was on that road and it was already 3-30pm so i decided to have my lunch over there. I just had plane roti and chicken curry with cold drinks. I must say it was one of the best chicken curry i ever had in any hotels. It was really delicious. Highly recommended for the food loving people.

Attaching a picture, so if any one decides to give a visit can confirm this place by the picture.

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Hi All,

Adding to this list.

1. From Bangalore to Pune/Mumbai: There is a Cauvery Dhaba run by Sardarji. Proper Dhaba ambience and food. This comes on the left side 5 KM before reaching Hubli bypass when travelling from Bangalore to Pune. Open all the time.
2. From Bangalore to Salem: Rajasthani Bhojanalay pure veg.

This is also about 5 KM before you reach Salem on the left side if you are coming from Bangalore. Open for about 8 months. There are excellent options between Bangalore and Salem but in case you are interested in North Indian food in a Dhaba environment this is a good option.
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2 great dhabas when going out from Mumbai

On the Mum-Ahd road - around 100km after the ghodbunder t point. Parsi Da Dhaba - The best egg preparations and keema you can find on that road

On the Thane-Nashik highway - Around 35 kms from the ghodbunder bridge (crossing at thane) is a punjabi treat called Oye Punjabi. Lip smacking parthas and amritsari kulchas with traditional brass glass chass
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Need suggestions for dhaba on Chandigarh - Ludhiana road, breakfast primarily
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