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  • That image from VK's dhaba is permanently etched in my memory: P

    Keeping the Embers Burning

  • As readers of V.K. Narayanan's blog My Dhaba know, a dhaba is a quick-service roadside restaurant found in Northern India that serves tandoori meats, naan and strong chai to truckers, cabdrivers, and the like.

    In praise of Kashmir: touring the Tandoor-loin

  • Located between Santa Monica Blvd and Massachusets Avenue in West LA, this Indian restaurant has a setting of a "dhaba", or a village-like setting that makes you feel like you are sitting in a small cottage with a thatched roof.

    Ambala Dhaba Restaurant - Los Angeles, CA

  • March 30th, 2009 BANGALORE - He may not know the nitty-gritty of recession, but Sriram Prasad, owner of a 'dhaba' in India's Silicon Valley, knows that these are hard times.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • Ashutosh Kaushik, the 'dhaba' owner from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh

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  • Mr. Kaushik, who owns a 'dhaba' at Saharanpur, said.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • In an infrastructure asset like a road, it is very critical to have driven that stretch a couple of times, and stopped at the dhaba, and talked to the truckers and driven at night.

    Morgan Stanley Infra Finds Few Deals Make the Cut

  • Like the millions of us who dread the day the New York Times writes up their favorite pizza place in Brooklyn or Indian Delhi dhaba style joint in Jackson Heights, I want to share some information about the Brooklyn Bridge Park but at the same time I don't, because I don't want the park to get overrun with tourists and the bridge and tunnel crowd.

    Joel Epstein: On the Waterfront: A New Park Rises in Brooklyn

  • Before or after the theater, consider dining at Dhaba (108 Lexington Ave.) a new Indian restaurant that gives the traditional dhaba, a truck stop just outside large Indian cities, a modern, colorfully chic twist.

    Fern Siegel: Stage Door: The Third Story, Cornbury, The American Plan

  • The deserted dhaba all of a sudden sprung into activity only to realise all we need were tables and few chairs for the senior members in the group.

    Khari Shankarpali

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