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This one placed right in the centre of the massive Orion Mall can get packed even for an early lunch on a weekday, which was the time I visited. Choose to dine from a vast buffet set-up or go a la carte. Despite my inhibitions, the service on a la carte was quick and seamless. We started our meal with a 'Mutton Yakhni Shorba'. Quite hit the spot this one, it has all the flavour of a slow-cooked mutton broth, with a touch of yoghurt to remind you of a Kashmiri mutton rendition. We then had the 'Khaam Khatai' – the Punjab Grill version of a galouti. I say this, because, though this was really good, it did not make the cut for a galouti, rather it made for a really good 'Shammi Kebab'. The 'Pattar Ka Ghosht' is a must-have. The 'Bharwan Aloo Tandoorwala', with a generous stuffing of potato and spiced paneer, can be quite filling. We made the main course out of 'Rumali Rotis' and 'Garlic Naans', paired with a 'Makhani Chooze', chicken in a simmered tomato gravy with a generous touch of methi leaves giving a balanced tart, sweet and bitter taste that went really well with our roti. The 'Nalli Nihari' is also the main course that you will want on the table. Punjab Grill is well known for some of it cocktails like the 'Kaccha Aam', which is a personal favourite and the 'Paan Martinis'. End your meal on the 'Paan Kulfi'. There is ample choice in each section for both vegetarians and meat eaters. The pricing is steep here, so be prepared for 5-star pricing when you see your bill.
No gourmet is left untouched by the magic of desi food galore. Those juicy mutton kebabs dunked into creamy mint chutney makes our mouth water in anticipation. The popularity of Indian food has taken over the entire world and Bengaluru is it’s mecca. The city is simply thriving under the attention of famous chefs and well-travelled gourmets who are spreading the magic of Indian food across the globe. Tap into the magic yourself by bagging a table at one of the best curry houses in Bengaluru – ‘Punjab Grill’. Their signature dishes is casting a spell over the diners, making them come back repeatedly. The restaurant has multiple outlets across the city yet we favour the one on the 2nd Floor, Orion Mall, Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleshwaram West, Bengaluru.
A curry done right can send you in a delightful swoon, simply by it’s burst of creamy spicy flavours. At Punjab Grill, the chef leaves no stone unturned to dazzle your palate with an onslaught of delectable North Indian food feast, replete with luscious kebabs and mouth-watering curries. Name of the dishes are mentioned in both English and Punjabi language, which re-emphasizes the Punjabi influence of the restaurant. Order yourself a boozy drink off their bar menu or skip the booze for the day in favor of an Indian beverage. Start nibbling on, dahi moongfali de kebab, chaamp tajdar, tandoori lobster, quinoa methi tikki, mutton boti dhaniya kulcha and tawa scallops. For main course choose between, Patiala shahi kadhai murgh, guchchi malai curry, murgh fatehwal, khumb Makai tak a tak and nimbu makhan da jheenga.
A basket of assorted flatbreads will help you polish off the curries. The zafrani paronthi naan is mention-worthy. End your meal on a paan kulfi. Opt for their buffet if you have a chance. Log into the restaurant’s Wi-Fi to pass the time. Prices are quite steep at Punjab Grill, be prepared for a hefty bill. Décor of Punjab Grill is elegance personified. Dining room is decorated in a stylish, modern way through black & white chevron floors setting off the brown leather chairs beautifully. Golden trellis works as a room separator and stunning chandeliers hanging overhead infuses the glam. Photos of royalty mounted on the wall is a charming attraction.