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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.
Place although offers nigh ambiance and state of art service..But is relatively expensive a compared to that of others one.
This is where the Old 'Mr.Kong' used to be. The decor is simple and elegant with just a few portraits of Punjabi men and wall covered with ceramic plates of various sizes, designs and colours and the ceiling plain glass domes completes the picture. While chairs are very luxurious and comfortable the tables are extremely small for 4 pax and keeping in mind fine dining standards not at all sufficient for all the table accessories and there is no place to keep the balance food after a round of serving. Service is attentive and good no issues there. The menu is elaborate but loaded in favour of the Non vegetarians. Food was satisfactory nothing to write home about.....in fact the vegetable KurKuri ( deep fried veg stuffed wontons) was quite pathetic and a rip off at Rs.575 for just 5 small pieces. Coming to prices this place is quite expensive almost on par with 5 star hotel prices especially since they load the menu prices with 10% service charge and definitely not value for money proposition. While the liquor prices are also high like 5 star Bars even mixers are charged steeply. Service is a plus point and the bearer was very efficient and pleasant. Okay for a one time visit. No worthwhile signature Punjabi dishes of repute so don't go looking for any authentic Punjabi cuisine here, its just north Indian. They don't even seek your feedback after presenting the check....so lets see......
I went there with some colleagues from work while on a business trip to Bangalore. It was a hotel recommendation and it was a very good choice. We sat at a table on the side that was bit guarded off, had a friendly service staff and the food was super delicious. Will definitely go back and eat there again.
The staff was very courteous and helpful. Service was good. However this is not a restaurant you would want to go to for a relaxed dinner. We were seated at the exit, because they were full. This is despite having reserved a table. The other option was to wait indefinitely. There were so many people waiting outside that the food was being served quickly so we eat and leave. Ambience is very ordinary, very noisy too, but the rates are exorbitant. Not value for money I would say.
The food was good. Huge portions The Lahoti charges was good , so was the beetroot tikki. The chole was fabulous..the breads were awesome. Awesome service. The guys were really good.