Visitors to Madison, we chose Dobhan from its online menu. Moroccan tagine, tacos, dal soup, yummy mixed drinks ... wonderful! We also enjoyed chatting with the owner.
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Had a great dinner last night at Dobhan which compelled me to actually write a review of this local favorite of mine. My Lamb Tagine was out of this world. Very flavorful and the lamb was so tender. The green salad with lemon basil dressing...More
This restaurant serves food with an Indian/Asian twist. It's not quite a curry house but it does offer you something away from the relentless fried everything on offer in the US. I had a lamb dish which was very tasty, the flavour more middle east...More
This was a walk from our Air BnB and we decided to give it a try at my daughter's suggestion. Glad we did. We had an appetizer of a Keema Dosa,Spiced lamb mince / potatoes / peas wrapped in rice and urad bean crispy crepe...More
I love Dobhan. The ambience has East Asian sculptures, a row of prayer bells, unique flooring. I have eaten here many times and particularly enjoy the tagines. My other favorite is the Masala Dosa. Brunches on the weekends are popular as are Friday night fish.
Dobhan is a funky Moroccan-Nepalese fusion restaurant in the Schenk's Corners/Atwood neighborhood on the east side of Madison. Their Moroccan Lamb Tagine is simply the best thing I have EVER eaten. Ever. I actually started purring, uncontrollably the first time that I ate it. Ask...More
A completely satisfying meal, full of tasty surprises and friendly service. We ordered croquette appetizers to accompany Dahl and nicely dressed fresh salad. We then enjoyed lamb kabobs, pork chop and Norwegian salmon entres, all deftly prepared and perfectly seasoned. We split a slice of...More
Delightful place with good food in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere. Himalayan style but much more all high quality and tasty
Great place that captures the feel of the 'hood. You never know what the specials are going to be (fajitas, ribs, lamb curry) but they are going to be great. The hardest part for me is deciding between trying something new and going with an...More