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I was quite excited to try out Punjab Bistro in its new avatar. The lighting is much brighter, though those little romantic corners are still around. The menu has undergone a revamp but some of the best dishes of the earlier menu find a place here even today. Among the starters, the 'Palak Corn Quesadillas' will go down well with all at the table. Mildly spiced and easy to pick up and eat, a good one for the kids. The 'Beetroot Tikki' is a tad sweet but still works well. The 'Chole Tikki' is what spices things up and is a good choice. For the meat eaters, the 'Chicken Stuffed Drumsticks' is a great choice. The 'Murgh Tikka Punjab Bistro' is good as for the fish lovers, the 'Salmon Tikka' really makes a hero of the fish. Among the mains, the 'Firangi Sabzi' retains a nice crunch to the vegetables and the 'Murgh Makhani' does not shy away from the Makhan! And the 'Kachche Ghosht ki Biryani' is a pot of happiness with some succulent meat and aromatic rice. You have a wide choice in desserts and top picks are the 'Kulfi' which they have been known for and the 'Malpua Pudding'. The bar complements the menu rather well with some signature cocktails and a range of beers including a few craft.
Food - 4/5 Ambience - 5/5 Price - 4/5 Service - 5/5 Experience- 5/5 Hygiene - 4/5 The very moment you enter this restaurant you would get a grand and classy feeling which is unparalleled. The wall is adorned by giant paintings and pictures of rich Sikh heritage which really feels good to see. the choice of music is very much North Indian or rather typical Punjabi. I would start to mention that this place is are fine dining restaurant and the prices are also at par with the premium five star restaurant. So for sure this place is going to give a deep pocket pinch. But however, the ambience, decor and experience along with well behaved and courteous staff kind of makes up to that. The innovation on food items was really very good. Although felt few main courses dishes could have been better. Most of the starter items were good. Drinks were mostly nice. And dessert really amazing. Main course items are what chef might like to look into and improvise a bit. Liked "Imli ka Boota", the desi whiskey sour with tamarind. The flavour was interesting and refreshing. "Pineapple Litchi Whiskey sour" was good and innovative too. "Desi Mary Curry Patta marke" was Virgin Mary served in a chillum and tempered with dry roasted curry leaves. Was interesting, and had nice punch. Most importantly, the innovation was really very great. "Coconut Pineapple mojito" was interesting. "Papdi Chaat Mathha" was just like a Chaat served in a glass. Didn't quite like it as drink. I loved their starter items. As fine dine, they probably need to work more on the main course items to justify the fine dine prices. Desserts were innovative and great.
This fine dining restaurant serves mouth watering North Indian cuisine. Every dish they served was with awesome presentation. Their drinks served very nice and innovative. The food quality is very good no doubt at all. But I liked their starters more than main course. Food I liked – Palak patta chaat- deep fried spinach with hint of spice. They serve it in a heavy stone bowl and it was looking really good. Dahi ke kabab- This kabab was made only with Hung curd mix with coriander leave and minimum spices served with almond on top of it. Very healthy and filling. Mix vegetable- The vegetable were bit raw and was not mix properly . Their three flavour of gulam jamun – pista, nutella, regular was reall good. Must try their lichi ki tehri – It is a thick rabdi with lichi. This is a very unique and delicious. Pineapple and coconut mojito was very refreshing. I liked the coconut flavor in mojito They need to work more on their main course dishes to justify the fine dine price. Otherwise their service, ambience and entire experience of fine dining was very nice. My intended rating for this place would be 4.5. Thanks to the management for their kind invite. We really enjoyed it.
One of the best Lamb Chops i have ever had, would strongly recommend if some wants to enjoy juicy chops.
Exorbitant rates , Normal North Indian restaurant, taking service charge 10 percent extra but service personals are below average. Rates are almost equivalent to 5 Star amanities but standard is as ordinary or can say three star style. I think taking benifit of North Indian youngsters or less competition. In any case rates must be reviewed. PC Kimothi
My family is a regular at this place as after more than a decade we have found a good taste & quality restaurant for relishing authentic North Indian (Punjabi) food in Bengaluru. Their zaffarani Nan, panchratna dal are really not to miss for vegetarian lovers.
A good old-fashioned Punjabi meal is answer to many problems. There is something so comforting about a bowl of creamy hot curry to uplift your spirit and who knew a task of dunking a piece of flaky bread in it can be so simple yet unwinding. In world of gastronomy many good restaurants have tried to experiment with the cuisine but the only one to touch the heights of success is ‘Punjab Grill’. From the mastermind of famous restauranteur Jiggs Kalra, this popular chain of restaurants gives Punjabi food a new life and is an amalgam of royal tastes and elegance. The food of Punjab Grill takes you on a culinary joyride of flavours into the undivided Punjab province. After creating culinary shock-waves throughout Delhi and Mumbai, it’s finally Bengaluru’s turn to celebrate Punjabi food with Punjab Grill.
Located opposite Forum Mall in Koramangala, Punjab Grill is frequented favoured by the families and foodies alike. North Indian cuisine is what Punjab Grill is renowned for and forays into the rich decadent world of Punjabi cuisine. Their food is classic but steps away from convention with an added unique twist of their own. Interesting food combinations and modern techniques used keeps their menu thriving. Try one of their house speciality cocktails to go with the scrumptious appetizers. Tuck into, tandoori duck, bhutteyan de kebab, raan-e-sikandari, beetroot peanut tikki, mirch malai seekh, ghee roast mutton boti, tandoori lobster, paneer tikka multani, chaamp taajdar, fish amritsari, bharwaan khumb peshawari and murgh malai tikka. Dunk a piece of naan in curries like, dhaniya mirchi da kukkad, malai chena pedas, raarhya meat, tawa vegetables, nalli gosht, patialashahi kadhai paneer and murgh lababdar.
After such marvellous meal end the evening with some of their classic innovative desserts. Feast on, rasmalai, rum flambéed gulab jamun, phirni, gulab jamun, kheer, kulfi falooda and most divine, litchi ki tehri. Before heading home refresh your senses with a paan shot, which you will get on the house. Punjab Grill grabs your attention with its posh interiors instantly. The main dining room has a modern stylish appeal that goes a long way into impressing its patrons. Bright red sofas and chairs are added to infuse some vibrancy to the décor. Ask to be seated in their private dining area if you are part of a large group. On days Bengaluru’s weather behaves sit outside to enjoy an al fresco meal. Punjab Grill is not very pricey too.