Punjabi dhaba, which literally translates to mean a restaurant owned by a Punjabi, originated in the Punjabi region near India and Pakistan. These dhabas were originally opened to cater to truckers along the outskirts of town anytime day or night. Now, Dhaba OKC is looking to do just that. Conveniently located just off Highways 35 and 44 and historic Route 66, Dhaba OKC welcomes regular and new patrons in seven days a week with the guarantee of a hot meal.
Head in for a lunch or dinnertime buffet serving curried vegetables and meat, as well as tons of paneer and masala dishes. For diners less inclined to try new food, Dhaba OKC also prepares hamburgers, Philly sandwiches, catfish, fries and onion rings.