Sunday, 5 June 2016

Baba Dhaba

After our teas, we decided to look up some Indian food options since we were in Brampton (which has a large Indian population).  The first restaurant on Yelp was Baba Dhaba and the reviews were all great, so we went to give it a shot. 
It was so weird driving here - it's located in an industrial area in an office-like building with a parking-lot that has a ton of potholes. 
When we walked in, there were a few tables taken, but we also noticed the mis-matched chairs and tables (there was a large dining table with a mix of folding-chairs and dining room chairs and even a rolling office chair at another table).  It was also rather dark inside - it really felt a little surreal going into the restaurant like it was a hole-in-the-wall kinda place.  Someone on Yelp commented that "Dhaba" is a roadside stop restaurant and I thought it was a little appropriately named. 
Butter Chicken and Chicken Tikka Masala
Butter Chicken and Chicken tikka masala
The sauces were really flavourful and so very tasty! The chicken in both dishes was tender and so good. 
The naan and rice below had to be ordered separately, but both were really good complements to the saucy chicken dishes we ordered.  I would highly recommend the rice - the spices helped enhance the flavour. 


Overall: A really popular place, as we were eating, more people started coming in.  The service can be a little slow and they do make the dishes when the orders go in (so you can tell when you get served and if you put your order in too late).  The food is delicious and I would recommend the restaurant for that. 

Baba Dhaba Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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