Local diners rave about Dhaba's inventive Indian 'street food', which includes deliciously complex lamb masala and unusual salad-style plates like chicken tikka with fresh pomegranate served on purple coleslaw. Most main courses include a choice of rice or fresh naan bread, or create an eight-dish selection plate. To drink, try a thick, dreamy, mango-saffron lassi.
Two dining levels sit amid timber beams and scrawled aphorisms, and in summer, seating extends onto a boardwalk-garden area. Tap water is charged at 5kr per carafe (cheap by Danish standards).