Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Oct 10: The Delhi Darbar Highway opened its kitchen’s gate on NH 33 on Monday. The new restaurant will serve Mughlai, Chinese and continental dishes that Delhi Darbar is known for. Delhi Darbar Highway has been set up at Hamsada village on NH 33 which is barely 20 kilometers off the Sakchi main roundabout. Done up in languid interiors, the Delhi Darbar Highway will allow individuals and families to enjoy Mughlai, Chinese and continental delicacies in an atmosphere of greenery that is predominant along the Dalma foothills. The restaurant premises have a seating accommodation of 150 persons. The flavors of lips-smacking culinary art from the famously different kitchen of Delhi Darbar will now permeate along NH 33. The serene atmosphere along NH 33 will set the salivary gland working overtime as people bite into delicacies of Delhi Darbar Highway amidst a serenity of greens. Delhi Darbar has already presented its credentials through two decades of ‘hosting with taste’ and its Highway extension will add to the delight of good food tasted in a relaxed atmosphere far freom the maddening fast and furious city life.
The taste of Delhi Durbar delicacies amidst natural greens is expected to sooth taste buds far removed from the mad rush of city life. As one of the owners said, “The Delhi Darbar Highway will give a new dimension to the art of cooking that will mingle with the soothing locales and provide a new sensation through the already tickled taste buds.”