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Say goodbye to Redwood City Indian restaurant Dhaba Xpress

Uploaded: Sep 30, 2019
Today (Monday, Sept. 30) is the last day of business for Dhaba Xpress in downtown Redwood City.


A spread at Dhaba Xpress in Redwood City. Photo courtesy Dhaba Xpress.

The Indian restaurant, which opened at 312 Arguello St. last spring, announced its closure on Instagram. Owner Nazreen Mohd Ayub said she hopes to reopen somewhere else, preferably the East Bay. She didn't say why.

Dhaba Xpress was primarily a take-out restaurant (hence its name) that also offered catering.
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 +   2 people like this
Posted by Resident, a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood,
on Sep 30, 2019 at 3:43 pm

Another one bites the dust!

This is contagious and has to stop.


 +   2 people like this
Posted by Anon, a resident of Another Palo Alto neighborhood,
on Oct 3, 2019 at 2:31 pm

Elena, if this doesn't stop, you are going to have to get a big increase in your expense account. All the restaurants left open are going to be $$$ and $$$$. :-(


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