Authentic Indian Street Food
Dhaba is an Indian street food that combines the Punjabi culture and the British Raj.
Dhaba is a slang word for an Indian restaurant in India. It was first used by British soldiers in India, who would stop at these roadside eateries to eat and rest. The word dhaba means “roadside inn” or “caravansary” in Punjabi.
The modern dhaba has evolved from the roadside inns of colonial-era India into a more sophisticated form of Indian cuisine but still retains its rustic charm with traditional dishes like tandoori chicken, butter chicken, chana masala (chickpeas), and naan bread served with mango lassi drinks.
We invite you to join us for our first Malta authentic Indian street food vendor.