Location: Murthal, Sonepat District, Haryana
Call it a mere observation, but a traveler most likely turns out to be a foodie also, and a foodie is often also a keen traveler. Food and travel go hand in hand! This unique combination is the sole reason behind the blooming success of food joints or “dhabas” on the highways. Whether heading towards a far away destination or just covering the distance for food, people love to eat at these dhabas. One such food heaven is the super-popular dhaba at Murthal.
Located at a distance of 48 km from Delhi, Murthal is one of the fastest-growing villages of Sonepat. Despite being a small village, it has successfully grown as the most popular highway eatery. Murthal is loved for its eternal variety of paranthas, which are absolutely irresistible. The food served here is so scrumptious that people plan out special road-trips just to gratify their taste buds at these dhabas. These dhabas have a very clean ambiance and the food served is extremely hygienic.
Murthal can be deemed as a potential weekend getaway destination, owing to the feasible distance and the mouth-watering food served here. The rustic beauty of a village can be very well enjoyed here, thanks to the wide paddy fields and tube-wells nearby. There are also a number of farm houses at Murthal. The very popular Murthal Haveli is also situated close by. And the best part, this place is open round the clock! So, if you haven’t tasted the paranthas of Murthal as yet, plan your trip right away!
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