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Located at Whitefield; this restaurant specialises in authentic North Indian delicacies. The interiors of the restaurant are subtle along with wooden polished walls and hues of yellow colour. Striking chandeliers and casual seating area. Feast on Tandoori Phool, Jhangi Chaamp, Raan-E-Punjab, Pindi Chole and Vegetable Dum Biryani.
Variety of food for both vegetarians & non vegetarians as well as typical punjabi menu too like Tikka, bathura, aloo tikki etc. Place is clean and it’s self service. Disposable are of good quality and food is tasty. Value for money. The recommended dishes in my opinion are Chole bhatura, Punjabi Matha (chhach) and Phirni.
I tried a meal at lunch, food was good and it was tasty too... being in south india it is one of the best restaurant for north indian style food. Veg Kabab was good as always.
Having visited this restaurant chain in Delhi a few months ago we went for lunch at this restaurant especially to savour some true north indian dishes. The ambience n the decor inside was eyecatching n most of the servings were quite large n yummy. The only sad part was the delay in service which really needs looking into. The place is definitely worth a try - if u hv the time.
Went here for an evening dinner whilst on business based on local recommendation. The food was excellent (Nihari Gosht and Raan e Punjab) with the waiter keen to make sure we didn't over reach in terms of spice (two Brits). Service was good, decor an interesting mish mash but we really liked it. Beers are cloudy craft beers (even the German pilsner) so not suitable if gluten intolerant as one of our party was. Music was a bit loud for conversation at times. Good recommendation, would return.
The Punjabi by Nature (PBN) outlets are known for high-end dining, serving quality North Indian food, with great service, but at a premium rate. This is an express counter of PBN setup in the food court of the Phoenix Mall. To describe the experience in single word, I'd say - disappointing. There are veg and non-veg meal combo options, samosa, channa batura et all to choose from. The pricing is almost equal to the usual mid ranged restaurants, but the food quality is terrible, with the exception of channa batura, which is large and satiating atleast. The meal combos either have no taste or too spicy, rice usually undercooked, rice item usually means plain rice, and the curries are oddly dark brown in Color most of the times. The guy at the counter seems annoyed, every time I have visited. I agree getting through the busy weekends in a mall can be gruelling, but he can't get away with this attitude. Pricing is no better either. Avoid this if you can, unless you would want to try the channa batura.