04/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My friend and I dined at Dhaba on a Saturday evening. The restaurant was only about 75% full, but we were stuck right by the kitchen. Every time the front door opened I got a blast of cold air.
The decor was pleasant and the other patrons were exceedingly attractive (it's a place where pretty people eat).
The service and food, however, were beyond disappointing. Our sever took about 8-10 minutes to come around, even though we were clearly ready to order. It then took another 10-15 minutes for our food to come.
The chapatis were definitely store-bought wheat tortillas, and everything on the plate was tepid. My lamb lacked flavor and all the sides needed salt.
I usually give bad restaurants a second chance, but this experience was so disappointing that I won't be.