Tracing Culinary Delights At Murthal

“Safar.. khoobsurat hai manzil se bhi….” And the journey becomes even more beautiful and memorable when it mesmerizes your tongue too. Such is the story of Murthal and its crowded dhabas. 

Murthal is a village in Sonepat, Haryana. Located at a distance of 48 kilometers from the capital city, but the geographical location of the place is certainly not what i intend to talk about. The reason behind me dragging your attention towards a village is the quality of food it serves. The history of that place is even more interesting.

Initially, a tea stall was started by Sardar Prakash Singh in 1956 to serve hot cups of caffeine to fatigued truck drivers. By and by, it started building into a dhaba. Currently, it is being managed by his sons: AMRIK SINGH and SUKHDEV SINGH. Starting its journey from a tea stall, it has now become a

Starting its journey from a tea stall, it has now become a multi cuisine restaurant. It serves both north and south Indian food and now it has even added Chinese cuisine to its menu. Two and four-wheelers literally do align themselves and people await their numbers at the tables for long time intervals.

Amrik Sukhdev being at the top is not just the only one. Even others like Gulshan Dhaba, No.1 Ahuja Dhaba, Jhilmil Dhaba etc also are the centers of attraction. If you ever happen to pass by NH1, these places are worth visiting. They serve quantity as well as

If you ever happen to pass by NH1, these places are worth visiting. They serve quantity as well as quality within the reach of the pockets of a common man.

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Do visit Murthal at least once in your life. We bet you’ll love it. At your service, 24 x 7.

Featured image source:  amriksukhdev.com

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