Rajinder Da Dhaba!! Apparently appears to be a titsy bitsy place however you have to go behind the closed doors to explore what's in store. And you are in for a pleasant and gastronomic surprise. Humongous menu awaiting for you so that you can relish your taste buds. Ambience is welcoming, interiors not so loud but lively. Seatings are comfortable and you can sit for hours. Food here is worth trying innumerable times. We had ordered Chicken Nachos which had chunks of soft and succulent chicken drizzled in red bean sauce with jalapeños throwing in some spice.Cheese masala omlette was to die for. Generously cheesed. The flower pot is a new invention in dessert. Layered with chocolate, soft marshmellows, vanilla ice cream and crushed oreos revived with a stem. Looked so real. Service is quick and efficient. Overall a quirky place to enjoy the coziness.
this small casual cafe is located just opposite oven fresh.since oven fresh is now vegetarian restaurant non veggies have this only option to eat.as it is a small place it does get cramped a bit.
Food- u should try their 3 cheese grilled sandwich if u are a cheese lover.besides sandwich their burgers are good.pastas are above average so u can give it a miss.
I have never tried pizzas there so cannot comment on that.vegetarians wont get disappointed there cos they have enough options for vegetarians also
Final verdict- try it once nd u wont regret it
This is one of the places that deserves a full 5 out of 5. We went on a Sunday evening, there was almost an hour of waiting but we got a table sooner. The place is small but full of flavors and great service... We had the following items... Tandoori Chicken - extremely tender, perfect red and delicious, Kung pao potato - this is as good as the one in 5 spice, Greek bruschetta - these were overladen with toppings, Paneer tikka - must for every veggie, Oven baked fish - lovely basa fish baked with a cheese topping, Vegetarian pasta in pink sauce - we had some leftovers here but didn't wanna leave it over, Margherita Pizza - thin crust spinachy dough and a Veg Biryani which is something I loved d most, not too many spices subtle and tasty, lastly I chose to have a pineapple mojito which was really good and what I enjoyed the most was their SUPRISE a Flowerpot... A pot which looked really beyond limits... Dig in and its fun...!!! The place is small and new but the staff is extremely attentive and courteous... Can't wait to go back to this place and try more...!!!