When you just want to eat good food at a budget price without bothering about a grand dine-in experience, great ambiance, super hospitality, spacious seating, then Wah Ji Wah can be the first choice. In addition, you will have Punjabi food taste in all the recipes served here. A fair amount of spices and oil in all starters and main course.
Takeaway can be a better choice because seating space is for not more than 24-25 persons. That too in a compact design. Other outlets have no seating at all. There you will find standing round tables to grab your quick bites. Within a decent budget of not more than INR250 (lunch) and INR350 (dinner), you can have unlimited buffet including starters and main course.
Over 30 new outlets have come into existence in 2016 itself. The growth is exponential in NCR. That itself shows the love of foodies towards Wah Ji Wah chain of food outlets. All outlets serve pure vegetarian food. You have to assess any outlet on two criterion. The starters come from the centralized kitchen in Naraina which is their first outlet into existence for three decades. So starters at all outlets will typically be the same. But the main course is prepared in a custom manner at each outlet. Their own outlets are very few. Most of these are a franchise model. Hence, processes are there in place with a lot of flexibility in it. Like, at this particular outlet you will find Dal Makhni in the main course that you will not find any of their other outlets.
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Now, about the dishes you should not miss. These are Chana Masala in the main course, Paneer Naan in Breads, and Afghani Chaap in Tandoor items. Rest depends on your choice and taste. Only one word of caution when you are visiting Wah Ji Wah. Don’t go with a high level of expectation of ambiance and seating since this is a budget restaurant. As a matter of fact, the focus is more on takeaways.