Bollywood-theme Indian restaurant, bar and lounge serves up classic Indian Fare in a unique atmosphere
What You'll Get
- Dinner for Two: Weekdays Only
- Dinner for Two: Any Day
- Dinner for Four: Weekdays Only
- Dinner for Four: Any Day
The Fine Print
Dhoom, the latest project from the culinary team behind Michelin-starred Tulsi, has all of the dramatic flourishes you'd expect from a place named after a trio of Bollywood thrillers. Neon lights cast a theatrical glow over sleek white tables, and portraits of Bollywood stars line the walls. The upscale Indian cuisine is just as exciting, with specialties ranging from tandoori lobster to lamb chops that NJ.com described as "positively majestic."
Tips for Your Visit to Dhoom
- Explore the Tandoor: The menu shines with creative dishes such as coconut milk-tinged tandoori lobster, which is flambéed with Indian rum.
- Dip into Dal: Diners are "not likely to forget" the dal makhani, says one The New York Times contributor. Simmered overnight in the tandoor till its spices meld with a tomato base, the house specialty "is ideal for dipping any of the numerous varieties of outstanding naan."
- Take a Sip: Dhoom's drink list is both well-curated and expansive, with offerings ranging from the nutmeg-laced Indian Punch cocktail to Canadian icewine.
- Hit the Theater. . . or the Stadium: Dhoom is located close to a movie theater as well as the Giants stadium, so it's easy to extend dinner festivities into an evening of cinema or sports.