Phase 3, Mohali

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Restaurant Information

₹ 900 for two approx.


  • 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

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SCF 118-120, Near Chawla Chowk, B2, Phase 3, Mohali

Insider Tips

  • The ‘Lemon Coriander soup’ is refreshing and pairs well with the ‘Tandoori Platter’
  • The ‘Dal Tadka’ we tried was a tad bland though the ‘Paneer Nazakat’ was well done
  • Do try the ‘Kabuli Naan’ which comes with a topping of nuts, raisins and cherries

Restaurant Features

Smoking area
Air Condition
Wheelchair Accessible
Live Sports Screening

Critic Rating

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Jagmeeta Speaks Journalist, Freelance Writer and Editor


Housed in one of Mohali’s most bustling markets is Shriyum. Even though restaurants dishing out non-vegetarian fare are a popular choice here, Shriyum has managed to pull in the crowds for its all-vegetarian menu. It is styled like a fine-dining restaurant. The ambience in muted colours is very inviting and gives the place a clean look. The wooden panels and accents give Shriyum a unique identity. There is plenty of dining space without looking stuffy. One is quick to be ushered in and taken to a table. The menu packs in a sizable number of north Indian fare. As it is a vegetarian restaurant, you will find a lot of emphasis on paneer. The appetisers bring in the usual fare like ‘Dahi Ke Kebab’, ‘Paneer Malai Tikka’, ‘Cheese Fingers’, ‘Moong Dal Seekh’, ‘Stuffed Potato Rolls’ and ‘Achaari Paneer Tikka’. The main course is plump and includes the quintessential vegetarian dishes like ‘Paneer Kadhai Masala’, ‘Paneer Makhani’, ‘Palak Paneer’, ‘Lehsuni Dhania Paneer’ get the drift. Soya, another vegetarian favourite, appears in a number of dishes here. The selection of bread is good. There is a special ‘Family pack’ available from Monday to Thursday. The staff is quick to make recommendations and service is efficient.


What cuisines are served at Shriyum?


Main cuisine served at Shriyum is Multicuisine.

What is the cost for 2 at Shriyum?


₹900 (approx.) for two at Shriyum.

Is Shriyum restaurant pure veg?


No, Shriyum serves both veg and non-veg dishes.

What are Shriyum restaurant timings?


Shriyum restaurant timing For Today : 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Does Shriyum restaurant serve buffet?


No, Shriyum does not serve buffet.

Does Shriyum restaurant have a bar or serve alcohol?


No, Shriyum does not serve alcohol.

Does Shriyum restaurant play live music?


No, Shriyum doesn't play live music.

What are the best and must-try dishes at Shriyum?


People love cheese balls, Cake Rusk the most at Shriyum.

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