Known for: kali dal, bhaigan Masala and Kanda partha
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Was in a search of an authentic punjabi dhabha food for a get together at my home and landed on to this place after reading good reviews on burrp.. Had ordered food from this place in the expectation of getting authentic dhabha food (like urban tadka). But was disappointed a tad when found out that food was like a normal home made food. I am not against home made food or don't like having too much butter or masaledar food. But just that once in a while when you decide to have outside food you do have such craving. All this was missing in the food from Guru da Dhaba. Nevertheless this place is good for working class bachelors who rely on outside food.
An old, bitter, yet endearing sardar ji guards his cash counter well as you step into this nondescript hole-in-the-wall in Lokhandwala Complex. Guru da Dhaba needs little introduction for the Andheri-ites - most know it as the best place to get home food away from home - and all for 30 bucks a meal! You get one of many sabji's, some amazing green chutney and sliced onions, along with some hot phulka chapati. The sabjis are all traditional punjabi ones - Rajma, Lauki, Aarbi, Gajjar Mattar, etc. You won't find any fancy cream-laden Mughlai type stuff here, just the purest of the pure when it comes to taste.
Guru da Dhaba has achieved cult-status in Lokhandwala, but I'd urge any in the area that are not concerned with ambiance or service to give this place a shot. Truly one of a kind...