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St Albans is lucky to have Veer Dhara One, an Indian restaurant that’s name is synonymous with authentic cooking, excellent service and high-quality dining. No matter your expectations, we’re certain that the folks at this excellent town centre restaurant will impress even the pickiest of foodies with their superbly spiced mains, vegetarian dishes and house specialities. Bring the whole family along to Veer Dhara One, found down Hatfield Road in the heart of St Albans, for an unforgettable feast.
Dear diners, please be aware that on Sunday, the restaurant only offers a buffet selection. Thank you!
We had a delicious meal and excellent service. The flavours were wonderful and the presentation good. The portions were generous and good value for money.
Excellent food, just about the right variety of options, friendly staff and the kids can play without anyone being annoyed. Above all, very happy tummies ;-)
We had an excellent time. The service was excellent, and of course, the food was absolutely delicious! We're going to go there again and again :)
The storied history of Indian food in the United Kingdom goes back hundreds of years, and continues to be added to by the day. From the Hindoostanee Coffee House on the banks of the Thames to the birth of the chicken tikka masala up in Glasgow, from the enclaves of the Balti Triangle in the Midlands to the Curry Mile in Manchester, up and down the length of the isles there is a love of the cooking of the subcontinent, and the Hertfordshire town of St Albans is no different. Home to Veer Dhara One, the town has much to be proud of in the realm of the Indian culinary world.
While the best curry house in St Albans may not be as celebrated as others more nationally known, Veer Dhara One is certainly well loved locally, and when you pay them a visit on Hatfield Road in the town centre, it is easy to see why. We recommend the lobster curry with lime and turmeric, the prawn sofyani biryani and the kori gassi, chicken in a thin sauce with tamarind pulp, coconut, chillies, garlic and plenty of spices. Book a table at Veer Dhara One and get ready for an Indian restaurant in St Albans town centre quite unlike any other.