Arlington’s favorite Indian restaurant, Delhi Dhaba, is celebrating not once but twice!
Not only is Delhi Dhaba celebrating 30 years in Arlington, the anniversary also falls during the Indian holiday of Diwali. One of India’s largest and important holidays, Diwali has been celebrated for thousands of years. The five day festival of lights celebrates the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness.
As such, the longtime owners of Dehli Dhaba Indian Restaurant are offering a very special deal: Take 15 percent off the entire order over $25, for dine-in or take-out. But the celebratory offer is temporary — this special offer ends Sunday, November 7. Because of the popularity of this event, reservations are strongly recommended.
The deep discount on Delhi Dhaba’s full menu is a great opportunity for newcomers to experience the authentic flavors, colors, and richness of traditions transported from New Delhi as well as discover the restaurant’s whimsical philosophy of “khao, piyo, aish karo” — eat, drink and have fun.
The 15 percent off offer includes the online Family Meal Deal that has been popular since it started last year. Diners receive two orders of samosas (four pieces), two chicken entrees, a vegetarian entrée, two orders of naan and two orders of rice for a mere $50 (minus the discount). Place your order online with ease!
Be sure to follow Delhi Dhaba on Instagram @delhidhabava and happy Diwali!
2424 Wilson Blvd.
Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 4-10 p.m.; Saturday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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