Chapan bhog is always a good choice. They have improved the quality and taste of food substantially compared to what it was may be two years ago. The only constraint is the space. Finding a seat during a weekend in tough.
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Well it's a decent joint for have meal in Desi Indian style.we visited there for dinner and it's a good experience. The Dosa was amazing and thali was superb.Dessert was mouth watering.Service is Okay, not that great. But over a experience was satisfied.
The only way to get over your Indian taste buds cravings, is to go to this place for some delectable selections of chaat, sweets and trivia savouries
Well this time we enjoyed the pure vegan Thalli(full course indian meal) it was very nicely served and was ore than sufficient for one person. we also tried their Kaju barfi and would recommend to all people visiting the place to try their sweets and...More
I don't think that many of the reviews of this place give it the full credit it deserves, despite the good ratings, the comments don't really match. We ordered the dahi puri for our sharing starter with a paneer palak and coconut dosa for main....More
I didn't find anything which is interesting. This is an average pure veg restaurant. This is centrally located.
This is a good option for Indian Thali or some snacks like Samosa, Masala Dosa etc. You can also find variety of sweets. Place is located on Temple Street.
Every time I come to Dar es Salaam I make a point of visiting Kisutu street where there are several excellent vegetarian Indian restaurants. I go to most of them, but almost every time it is Chapan Bhog that really scores! Do recommend their full...More