Murthal – Sukhdev dhaba

One of the oldest as well as longest roads of Asia, which was earlier also used to connect South Asia and North Asia and covers a long distance from Chittagong (Bangladesh) to Howrah (India) and Delhi (India) to Lahore (Pakistan) Passing from Amritsar and extending to Kabul (Afghanistan) is Grand Trunk Road, normally famous as G.T Road or for North Indians G.T. Karnal Road.

People Travelled from Delhi to Panipat, Karnal, Chandigarh or Amritsar and vice versa are very familiar with this. When you are going from New Delhi and Just passes Sonipat you will found yourself in a line of Dhabas, this is Murthal. Murthal is a small village near Sonipat and is about 48 KM from New Delhi. Murthal got its name from Muni Sthal which means a place where saints meditate. But now Murthal is famous for Dhabas.

Among all the dhabas we have in Murthal, Most famous is Sukhdev Dhaba also been called as Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba. Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba is satisfying people’s appetite since 1956 when Sardar Prakash Singh, the founder, used to run this dhaba mainly to cater Truck Drivers. And Since then, when simple Dal, roti, sabji and chawal was served is now turned out to be a full-fledged Restaurant where not only North Indian but south Indian as well as Chinese is also served as the main course but still it is famous for different types of Paranthas . Now the Dhaba is run by his two sons Amrik Singh and Sukhdev Singh

How to reach

Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba – G.T. Road, Murthal, Sonipat, Haryana, INDIA
Following map will explain you the route from Delhi Kashmiri Gate to Amrik Sukdev



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