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The restaurant excels in desi Punjabi cuisine, showcasing more than seven different flavours of their quintessential paneer tikkas. The staff here is cordial and usually dressed in traditional Punjabi attire. The restaurant gets fairly crowded around the weekend and would need prior booking. The thalis here are the best option to taste a number of delicacies together.
Budget-Friendly dining often comes in handy when living in a big metropolitan city. One trip to a restaurant costs minimum a thousand grand now days so it’s with great joy that we bring to you another affordable restaurant which takes care of your palate as well as your wallet. Dining in Chennai can be a revelation to your palate but keeping your limited funds in mind, you should check out ‘Pind’ in Velachery area. An ideal fine dining place designed for families to feast on wonderful lavish cuisine of northern India. It’s located on the 1st main road at Sarathy Nagar and is a frequently visited place for the families and foodies with narrow pockets. You might find Pind a delicious surprise, with its attractive ambience and great interiors. It’s a fairly popular restaurant so it’s wiser to make a booking beforehand.
Décor wise Pind manages to impress you with its lovely smart interiors made all the more eye-catching by the inclusion of a rustic theme. A wide spacious room is brightly enhanced with sharp red colour and cheerful lights. Formal tables are divided by cute jute screens which adds privacy to the experience. There is plenty of space to sit around so even if you are accompanied by a large party, be assured Pind will be happy to accommodate you. As the restaurant has a distinct Punjabi name, it tries to cash in on the Punjabi flavour by lending the room a rural appeal. Multi-coloured kites and rural Punjabi slogans are used to continue the going theme. Over all Pind is a chic, formal and peppy kind of place.
Although Pind follows a North-Indian theme, it also tries to jazz it up by including a Chinese section to their North-Indian menu. The restaurant is pretty well known for its lavish Punjabi fare which goes down extremely well with the diners. However, to enjoy the menu it’s best to start with the appetizers. Pind offers, veg. manchow, malai paneer tikka, dahi kebab, cheese corn balls, chilli mushrooms, baby corn salt & pepper, shahi sheekh kebab, tandoori phool, paneer Manchurian and hara bhara kebab. Move forward with the mains, chole paneer, kaju curry masala, aloo gobi, mushroom kadhai, patiyala paneer and malai kofta. The chef does an extensive range of parathas which you can enjoy with the curries. Menu is completely vegetarian which is a good news for the Jain community.