The Best Highway Restaurants in North India

The Best Highway Restaurants in North India: Get into the car and you are on the road trip you have been planning for ages. A couple of hours of conversations filled with laughter and some 60 odd songs later, you are all hungry and waiting for the next good ‘Dhaba’ to come your way. Either you could keep waiting for the one ‘with lots of cars in front of it or just scroll through our list of the ‘5 Most Iconic Highway Restaurants in North India.’

Amrik Sukhdev, Murthal 

The Best Highway Restaurants in North India

A couple of hours from Delhi on the Delhi-Chandigarh Highway, Amrik Sukhdev is an iconic eatery packed almost all days of the year. A purely vegetarian restaurant, Amrik Sukhdev is extremely popular for its Butter Drooling Paranthas and Dal Makhani. While you are it, don’t forget to try the Sweet Lassi and the Moong Daal Halwa. Warning to the person driving, a Lassi and the Paranthas will make you slightly sluggish and sleepy.

Cheetal Grand, Khatauli, Muzzafarnagar 

The Best Highway Restaurants in North India

Mid-way on the Delhi-Haridwar Highway, the Cheetal Grand is another very popular restaurant with a wide variety of cuisines. The restaurant has a mini-zoo and some beautiful flowers that make the meal much better. The food is extremely delicious and is a must-stop if you are passing by the route.

Sharma Dhaba Jaipur

The Best Highway Restaurants in North India

Extremely popular for its Indian and Rajasthani food, the Sharma Dhaba looks and feels like a typical Dhaba but the food is as great as it could be. The prices are extremely reasonable and the Lahsun Chutney makes the meal even more worth the while. Some of the dishes that you must try the next time you are there are Dal Tadka, Missi Roti, Malai Mattar, and Paneer Butter Masala.

Puran Singh Da Dhaba, Near Ambala City, NH 1

The Best Highway Restaurants in North India

No list of highway eateries is ever complete without the legendary Puran Singh Da Dhaba. The delicious Mutton or the scrumptious Chicken, the food is borderline finger biting. There are a whole lot of fake Puran Singhs that have opened up in recent years, the original is at the intersection of the bus station. Run by an army veteran, the dhaba is extremely reasonably priced and has a limited yet delicious menu.


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