This Punjabi food restaurant now makes its way to most of the prime locations in Bengaluru. You can enjoy dhaba meals here. The restaurant is not quite done up in the dhaba-like decor but rather in a very industrial setup. The quirky, colourful decor and that al fresco seating. You can vouch for the ‘Kastoori Paneer Tikka’ and ‘Bhatti Da Murgh’ here which are both simply delicious and go for their combos, which they are known most for. Eating piping hot ‘Dal Makhani’ along with the evening breeze does have its own charm. Apart from the 'Top Gear' and 'Speedy' combos, they also have a 'Convertible Combo', which is almost like a medium meal. Order the ‘Kashmiri combo’ that comes with ‘Rogan Josh’ or if you are a vegetarian, go for the ‘Lucknowi Combo’ that comes with a variant of ‘Palak Paneer’ called the ‘Saag Paneer’. The portions are on the larger side, making it ideal for 2 or more people. No Punjabi meal is complete with a tall, thick glass of ‘Lassi’, that has been churned by Baba himself and is definitely not to be missed.