Annapurna Bhojnalya

Annapurna Bhojnalya went with my family to dhaba for a fun, casual birthday dinner. We were enticed by dhaba’s offerings of London style curries and street food. It was packed on a Thursday night at 9 but we got a table right away. It was really noisy but the service was polite and attentive.

Annapurna Bhojnalya  We ordered a few appetizers off the street food section of the menu and weren’t disappointed. The potato and chickpea patties were amazing. The best entree we ordered was a lamb London-style curry. The portions were generous and delicious. The garlic naan was perfect! Overall, I liked how the menu offered more than the run of the mill Indian dishes and had some creative alternatives. Would definitely come back, maybe to try their lunch deal.

Elaborate north indian food options with options of drink makes this place unique with other indian food joints. Bread and preparation is above average and hence quite a popular restaurant in mid-manhattan area.

We were looking for an Indian restaurant on Lexington. Dhaba had a mix of reviews in various sights but ranked near the top on each so we decided to go. Service and food were very good! The majority of the guests appeared to be Indian which is always a good sign. I would definitely recommend and would go again.

One of the best indian food i have tasted in USA..try lunch buffet as you will be able to taste variety..mango or salty lassi is very good…if you are in new york and try indian food,come here..place has indian music playing so of u like it thats a plus…

Dhaba is a simple yet modern looking restaurant located in lexington ave and perhaps a good one. their food is just cooked to perfection. i have tried both the buffets and al carte, and have never been disappointed except for the wait which can be annoying but then its all worth it at the end. they also have have kingfisher in draft.

Dhaba is a simple yet modern looking restaurant located in lexington ave and perhaps a good one. their food is just cooked to perfection. i have tried both the buffets and al carte, and have never been disappointed except for the wait which can be annoying but then its all worth it at the end. they also have have kingfisher in draft.

Dhaba has delicious Indian food. We usually order take out from here, but we also have been several times in the restaurant. We love the sag paner, the chicken tikka sag, the naan, the okra, the cauliflower dishes,and alo paratha. The food tends to be spicy and hot so be prepared. Prices are modest by New York rates. If you love Indian food, please visit. And check out Kalustyan’s food store across the street. Namaste.

This review is written primarily for Indians who would be visiting NYC & would be craving for Indian food. This restaurant is situated in Lexington avenue along with tons of other Indian restaurants to choose from. This restaurant is quiet popular here, the service was good & the ambience added to the vibe.

Like in India, you get a small plate of free papad, the same was given here too. The delhi style papdi chat was nice & diff than Mumbai or delhi. The paneer makhani & dal tadka were decent too & were served with a salad.

Though rate wise was steep like paneer makhanwala was about $16 and dal around the same rate. The chaat was around $ 8-9 too. Tips which are a part of the New York culture & thankfully this place didn’t mention how much minimum tip was to be left & we could leave as much as we liked. Also if you are splitting the bills only 2 Credit cards are allowed to split the bill in.