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Special Murthal festival at Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba in Guwahati
In continuation with its legacy to serve authentic dhaba food, Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba in Guwahati on May 23 announced a special festival bringing the flavours of Murthal.
Murthal, a quiet village located on the Grand Trunk road, about 48 kms from Delhi, which awoke to the dhaba culture in the early 19th century, is popular today for the mouth-watering stuffed parathas and kulchas served at its dhabas.
The popular North Indian restaurant in Guwahati aims to recreate those flavors in a variety of platters for the city foodies through the Murthal Festival. Available in varieties of vegas well as non-veg options, the platters will be priced between Rs 155 to Rs 255.
The Murthal Festival platters come in four varieties namely – Chur chur naan and dal makhani priced at Rs 185, Amritsari kulcha and pindi channa at Rs 205, Tandoori veg paratha and dal makhani at Rs 155 and Tandoori chicken paratha and dal makhani at Rs 255 respectively.
The restaurant also announced the launch of its new menu on May 23 with more affordable rates on its already existing dishes with addition of new mouth-watering dishes.
Speaking during the press conference, Tapan Sinha, COO, Zing Restaurants Pvt Ltd., said, “Rang De Basanti Urban Dhaba has always endeavoured to offer the best of dhaba culture to our patrons. Murthal being the mecca for foodies in North India, had to be incorporated in our menu. I am sure our patrons will love the platters of Murthal Festival as much as we loved creating it.”
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.
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