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If there is one thing you are sure to find in Jayanagar, it is a vast range of vegetarian food. And in this particular case, we are looking at some good North Indian Khaana at Punjabi Raswada. If you want to start with some nibbles, then the 'Aloo Chaat is a good one to begin with. There is also a range of 'Papad' and an interesting 'Mixed Fruit Raita' that you can try. The 'Tandoori Gobi' has large florets of cauliflower in a marinade that will leave a telltale sign on your fingers but which is really nice. For the main course, you can opt for the 'Garlic Naan', 'Laccha Paratha' and the 'Butter Naan' and pair that with some 'Paneer Takatak', or some 'Ma Ki Daal'. The 'Punjabi Bhatinda Kofta' is also a great pick. 'Bhindi Do Pyaaza', 'Punjabi Chole Masala' as well as a 'Kadai Bhaji' all make for great mains. If you are feeling a bit under the weather, then the 'Dal Palak Khichdi' is what you should order and ask for a dollop of ghee or butter. Desserts are all the usual suspects – the 'Gulab Jamun', 'Rabdi', 'Kulfi' and of course 'Gajar ka Halwa'.
Good place to eat north Indian food for vegetarians. Spice lovers will enjoy their preparations. They can also customize as per customers request.
This is an average Veg restaurant in Jayanagar, I always wanted to visit this place, as I like Punjabi veg food, but I was disappointed with the variety and the taste served here. The only thing I liked here was the "Masala Pappad", which was outstanding. There is a lot of scope for up-keeping this place considering the location of this restaurant. The price was reasonable though.
Veggie Punjabi food lovers... look no farther. Fantastic rotis, paranthas and biriyanis. I have visited this place multiple times and every time it offers the same level of satisfaction. Of course, the place looks a bit off, what with outdated furniture n all, but trust them to compensate with food.
Went there with family. The food is decent enough, reasonably priced. However the staff needs lot more training in terms of how to serve the food and etiquette behind the same. Also the serving plates can be more classy. The overall ambiance of the restaurant is also not that good .
The title says it all. The vegetarian, Punjabi- Mughlai cuisine is pretty good and eay on the pocket. The restaurant is run down and lacks ambiance. They supposedly have a valet parking facility but we could not find the valet and struggled a bit.
North Indian food has many fans, no matter where they belong to. Not many people can pass on a chance to gobble up a buttery flaky naan and a good bowl of curry to dip into, the ritual is just too delicious. Although Bengaluru prefers its share of regional Southern fare, the city has a special fondness for North Indian food. The love is evident in several North Indian restaurants standing proudly against the city skyline, appealing to the diners with its rich creamy amalgam of flavours and textures. ‘Punjabi Raswada’ goes back to the original roots of the cuisine by keeping things simple and classic. The restaurant works well if you don’t want to experiment with all that modern Indian hoopla and stick to the standard North Indian stuff. It’s located in SM Towers, near Cosmopolitan Club in Jayanagar.
Expect to find your regular unbeatable North Indian fare at Punjabi Raswada. The menu is old school with all the classic northern dishes finding a spot. No meat is served here, which is a good news for pure vegetarians. Punjabi Raswada is affordable in bargain too. One can have a feast for very pocket-friendly prices here. Start off the meal with a cool pudina shikanji or a mawa mar ke lassi, if you want something a bit heavier. Nibble alongside on the appetizers like, hara bhara kabab, tandoori aloo, gobi amritsari, mirch malai sheek, kathi spring roll, Makai khas tikki, paneer cheese tikka and Raswada special paneer. The selection of curries is extensive and should be enjoyed with a bread basket or pulao. Relish, paneer takatak, Punjabi chole masala, malai kofta and paneer chutney wala saag.
Dessert section is predictable and classic. Enjoy toothsome sweet dishes like, gajar ka haluwa, Punjabi kulfi, gulab jamoon with ice cream, lachha daar rabdi, gulab jamoon with rabdi and kulfi with rabdi. Similar to its menu, Punjabi Raswada doesn’t experiment with its décor. The interiors are simple and neat with small formal tables dividing the space. Pale brown walls carry the wooden finishes throughout the room. Everything looks pleasing, proper and good-looking. A large life-size truck sits in one corner adding to the cool quotient of the restaurant. This is a typical family fine dining place, often opted for small celebrations or parties.