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Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba introduces special combo meals

Now, one can taste some of the signature dishes of Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba even within a limited budget. The popular North Indian restaurant, located at Christian Basti in Guwahati on Wednesday introduced a special combo menu for its patrons.

Available in varieties of veg as well as non-veg options, the veg combos are priced as low as Rs 115, going up to Rs 550 in the non-veg category.

The combo platters at Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba bring together a variety of items including both rice and roti to offer a comprehensive meal to its patrons. For example, the Chole Chawal combo priced at Rs 115 offers Fauzi Dhaba Ke Chole with Tandoori Roti, Jeera Rice, pickle and salad to make a comprehensive meal. The other vegetarian combos include the Daal Roti combo at Rs 125, Makhni Daal combo at Rs 130, Mutter Paneer and Soya Kheema combo at Rs 140 each, Veg Kebab Platter at Rs 375 and Delux Veg combo at Rs 450. The non-vegetarian combos include Chicken Curry combo at Rs 165, Macchi Curry combo at Rs 185, Mutton curry combo at Rs 225, Non-Veg Kebab platter at Rs 475 and the Delux Non-Veg combo comprising of eleven dishes including dessert at Rs 550 only. The combo platters will be available for In-Dine only.

“Since our inception in Guwahati, Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba has taken note of suggestions of our patrons, to enhance our menu and prices to suit their taste and liking from time to time. With the introduction of our new combos, our guests will have the opportunity to taste some of our most popular dishes, even on a pocket friendly budget. As many of our guests are students and young office goers, we are hopeful that these combos will be welcomed well”, said Tapan Sinha, COO, Zing Restaurants Pvt Ltd.

Since its opening, Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba has been attracting the foodies from the region with their interesting blend of food and ambience.

Rang de Basanti Urban Dhaba is a modern take on the traditional concept of dhabas. The kitchens are modern and hygienic. It’s still the very own dhaba, but in a modern avatar. There’s a life-size tractor, tables done on tyres, milestones and tractors, buckets replacing light shades; and if you are happy with the lip-smacking food, Horn-OK-Please!


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