This is probably the only East Bay Indian eatery modeled after India's dhabas, or truck stops — roadside restaurants that cater to long-haul truckers. Apna-Dhaba features a large tented outdoor seating area that's inspired by these truck stops, as well as a menu that's heavy on street-food style dishes you won't find at many other Indian restaurants: a chicken liver stir-fry, for instance, or the well-spiced scrambled-egg dish known as egg bhurji. These are fiery, boldly seasoned dishes — an excellent vehicle for cold beer and several orders of the restaurant's uncommonly good naans and rotis.

— Luke Tsai


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